TROY LEE DESIGNS STACKED TEE
The TLD Stacked tee is 100 percent
cotton and offers a soft feel and premium
fit. The Stacked tee has style that not only
looks good at the track, but also on
those casual days.
or (800) 239-6566.
PhysioPhyx LPR takes
recovery nutrition to a new
level of support and performance. It delivers a powerful,
evidence-based blend of carbohydrates, protein and leucine. A
20-ounce blend after riding will
speed up muscle recovery and restore energy in no time.
$38.95— www.physiophyx.com or (844) 321-7499.
JT RACING PODIUM BOOT
The JT Racing Podium boot makes
its debut as a premium-level boot at an
entry-level pricing. Constructed with a
quick-release buckle system, reinforced
dual-layer ankle support and design in
mind, the Podium boot gives pure
confidence on the track.
$199.99— www.jtracingusa.com or
WHAT WE WANT
COOL STUFF ON THE MXA MUST-HAVE LIST
“There is no doubt that I have outlived my
usefulness in this society. I am the master
of obsolete talents and the holder of ancient
beliefs. I am at a disadvantage in modern
society because I try to memorize important
facts and dates without relying on Google
for the answers.”
—Jody’s Box—page 10.
“Years ago I came to the understanding
that if I made a rider’s suspension work
better, he would just go faster until it didn’t
work again. At these times I wish that I
was an engine tuner, because it is possible
to make a bike so fast that the rider wants
it slowed down. Not so with suspension.”
—Bare Bones—page 56.
“Very few MXA test riders have extensive
experience riding a KX500, and the ones
that do don’t want to relive the experience.
It’s a bike from a foregone era.”
—Sean Collier’s KX450F vs. Sean Collier’s
“There is, however, a small splinter group
of racers who buy their T-shirts at Baby
Gap in order to accentuate their bulging
motocross-built muscles, which often rival
those of female soccer players.”
—The Biggest Controversy in Motocross—
“Norton-Villiers decided to build a Villiers-powered dirt bike and badge it as an AJS.
It was a shameless attempt by the Norton-Villiers Group to unload an oversupply of
rapidly aging 250cc Villiers Starmaker
engines by pairing them with a legendary
—Classic Iron: 1971 AJS 250 Stormer—
“I still think that the MXGP Championship
is a great series. A lot of people may talk
smack about it, but they don’t know about
it. I think it could be much more of an
avenue for American riders than it is. The
riders over there are gnarly and have been
way underestimated for years.”
—The MXA Interview: Zach Osborne—
“It’s too bad that Cooper Webb was
laid up at the beginning of the AMA 250
Nationals and couldn’t vie for the 250
National Championship, but his loss was our
gain, because we enjoyed every minute on
Webb’s Star Racing YZ250F.”
—We Ride Cooper Webb’s Star Racing
Yamaha YZ250F—page 128.
“By the way, Yamaha did not meet the
June 1 deadline and was penalized by the
AMA, but no one at the AMA would tell us
what the penalty for failing to meet the
production requirements was.”
—Ask the MXperts: Who Did KTM Bribe?—
O’NEAL 9 SERIES
O’Neal’s 9 Series
helmet is their top-shelf
lid. It is made with a
fiberglass shell and reinforced with carbon fiber
and Kevlar. It meets
SNELL, DOT and ECE
safely standards, all for
an affordable price.
(800) 326-6325 or