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The toughest part of going pro in Monster Energy Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross. The Lawrence brothers are the latest in a storied line of fast moto-siblings. Kerry Kleid fought an uphill battle to become the first female AMA Pro Motocross racer. Now that he’s retired, Wil Hahn is more popular than ever!
Inside the May issue of Racer X magazine:
· Haiden Deegan, Chance Hymas, Tom Vialle, Ryder DiFrancesco and more on turning pro in AMA SX/MX
· A history of fast motocross siblings—including the very popular Lawrence brothers
· Kerry Kleid’s uphill fight to be the first female AMA Pro Motocrosser
· Why does everybody like Wil Hahn?
These features and much more in the May issue of Racer X.
A Whisper to a Scream
Haiden Deegan, Chance Hymas, Tom Vialle, Ryder DiFrancesco—for the sport’s newest pros, the last step to turning pro in Monster Energy Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross is the steepest.
The history of supercross and motocross in America is filled with fast siblings. The Lawrence brothers are beginning to make a case for themselves as the fastest yet.
The Pioneer Woman of Motocross
“There were no women racing at all, so I didn’t say anything. I just entered and I finished fourth.” In 1971, Kerry Kleid became the first female AMA Pro Motocross racer—but not without a fight.
Don’t Worry, Be Wil
“He was popular and respected, but it wasn’t like he had a giant fan club or anything. At least not until after he retired.” Wil Hahn’s life after racing has been pretty sweet so far.