Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Zach Osborne started his summer right with a win at the season-ending Salt Lake City Supercross—then he headed to the woods to compete in the High Voltage GNCC.
Inside the October issue of Racer X magazine:
- In a dark time, Chase Sexton’s rise through the sport has been a bright spot
- Qualifying for Loretta Lynn’s 2020 was different this year, to say the least
- Zach Osborne gets out of his comfort zone, hitting the GNCC series after netting his first 450SX supercross win
- Sir Jack Burnicle on the summer of ’76, CZ motorcycles, and Marty Smith
All these features and much more in the October issue of Racer X.
In a crazy world, Chase Sexton’s ascension was nearly missed. But not by his peers.
Like everything else in 2020, the qualifying process for the 39th Annual Monster Energy AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn Ranch was anything but normal.
Zach Osborne spent his summer winning the Salt Lake City Supercross finale, then entering the High Voltage GNCC just for fun. For Osborne, outside his comfort zone is his comfort zone.
WHEN EVERYTHING WAS SIMPLER
Sir Jack Burnicle takes us back to the summer of 1976, when he was introduced to a pair of polar opposites: the mystique of Eastern Bloc motorcycle maker CZ and the West Coast charisma of a teenaged Marty Smith.