Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Adam Cianciarulo debuted in the pro ranks in 2013 saddled with sky-high expectations. In 2019, he finally managed to lock down the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross 250 Class Championship—and Page One of our December issue.
Inside the December issue of Racer X magazine:
• The 73rd annual FIM Motocross of Nations was a disappointment for Team USA, but there’s cause for optimism.
• Minicycles could be the frontier battleground in the electric-motorcycle revolution.
• The FIM Motocross World Championship made its debut in China, and our Jason Thomas was there.
• Brothers Logan and Jordan Martin rehabbed a ’96 XR400 for a race that lasts 24 straight hours. What could go wrong?
All these features and much more in the December issue.
Side 1 of our collectible pull-out poster features Monster Energy Kawasaki’s new AMA Pro Motocross 250 Class Champion, Adam Cianciarulo. Side 2 pays tribute to 2019 AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame inductee Ron Lechien, with a sweet Paul Buckley shot from Southwick ’87.
THE IMPERFECT STORM
On paper, September’s 73rd annual FIM Motocross of Nations was a disappointment for Team USA. But reasons for optimism were surprisingly plentiful in the soaking Dutch sands.
WILL THESE BIKES SAVE MOTORCYCLING?
With competitors KTM and Cobra teaming up to promote their new gas-free models, the future of minicycles looks to be electric.
Jason Thomas traveled to Shanghai as the FIM Motocross World Championship made its debut in China.
ALL NIGHT LONG
Brothers Logan and Jordan Martin rehabbed a ’96 XR400 for this year’s Kenda Northeast 24-Hour Challenge. An old bike, 24 consecutive hours of racing, rain in the forecast. What could go wrong?