On the heels of his AUS-X Open win and his fourth Australian Supercross Championship, Justin Brayton enters the 2020 season as a full factory rider for the Honda HRC factory team. With high hopes for the new season, he’s landed on Page One of our March issue.
Inside the March issue of Racer X magazine:
Honda is expanding its support—technical, material, and more—to anyone who races one of their bikes.
Jason Weigandt hit up supercrosses in Australia and New Zealand to watch U.S. rivals relax and have a good time together.
Brand ambassadors are all over the sport now, but these retired legends don’t always wind up with the brands that helped make them great.
The Mini O’s in November act as a bridge between racing seasons past and future
All these features and much more in the March issue.
YOU MEET THE NICEST PEOPLE ON A HONDA
Factory riders may still get the red-carpet treatment, but Honda is expanding its support—from parts to repairs to plain old advice—to pretty much anybody who races one of their bikes.
GOOD DAYS, MATES
Jason Weigandt flew halfway around the world for supercrosses in Australia and New Zealand to have fun with the same old friends.
Brand ambassadors—retired greats who become the “public face” of a motorcycle manufacturer—are the hot new thing. But the riders and brands they represent have made for some odd pairings.
SETTING THE TABLE
Thanksgiving has a lot of traditions—none better than the Mini O’s, the massive amateur race that acts as a bridge between racing seasons past and future.