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It’s easy to think that these
are the best of times—that
the sport has never been
as good as it is today.
But, a quick perusal of
the March 2004 issue
shoots holes in
does a “450 Four-Stroke
2014 issue) and a “250
(on page 76), but it
was a more varied
field 1 0 years ago. In
the March 2004 issue,
there were four differ-
125 two-stroke, 250
shootout was won
by…wait for it…
the KTM 125SX.
In the 250 two-stroke shootout,
the Suzuki RM250
took the crown.
In the 250 four-
won over the
CRF250 and the
bikes in it,
in 2004. The
Volume 42, Issue 3,
that theory. Today,
The 2004 MXA