With four podiums and two wins in the first four rounds of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, GEICO Honda’s Chase Sexton was in good position to defend his 250SX East Region title when the series went on hiatus.
Inside the June issue of Racer X magazine:
Bike Week and the 50th Daytona Supercross marked the end of normal moto life—for now, at least.
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic shut down the sport and the world. Here’s what it could mean for our sport.
Midway through his career, Kevin Windham was at his lowest point—and nearly stopped racing altogether.
Brothers Grant and Stu Baylor look to take the off-road world by storm on their FactoryOne Shercos.
All these features and much more in the June issue of Racer X.
THE LAST BEST WEEK The 50th Daytona Supercross and the surrounding 2020 Bike Week events were full of fun, hope, and excitement for all.
LOCKDOWN Literally days after Daytona, the entire world began shutting down amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, stopping almost every motorsport series in its tracks. For how long remains to be seen.
THE LOST SEASONS Kevin Windham should have been on top of the world when he moved to factory Suzuki in 2001. Behind the scenes, though, his life and racing career were in shambles.
THOSE BAYLOR BOYS With a looming GNCC power vacuum, brothers Grant and Stu Baylor each hope to top the podium aboard their FactoryOne Shercos.