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The Racer X Podcast Network

Dec 2, 2022

Cameron McAdoo wants it bad. He might want it too much! His process of improvement means he has to keep the drive and desire that brought him from unknown to factory rider and race winner, but also refine his riding to avoid mistakes. He was looking good last year while fighting for the 250SX East crown until a crash on...


Nov 29, 2022

Caden Braswell took the industry by storm at the Monster Energy AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships over the summer, when he won the 250 Pro Sport division and took second in Open Pro Sport, finishing on the podium in five of six motos. He did it the hard way, too, overcoming some big names in his consistent...


Nov 11, 2022

The sudden passing of Coy Gibbs on Sunday morning has given the entire motocross industry a chance to reflect on the legacy of Coy and the team he founded, JGRMX, which raced from 2008–2020. When the team was first announced in the summer of 2007, it seemed primed to dominate, with the Gibbs family's sterling...


Nov 4, 2022

After more than a decade of defeat, Team USA's improved organization and effort—along with three great riders—got back on top at the 2022 FIM Motocross of Nations. Is this sustainable? Jason Weigandt reads his feature "About Damn Time!" from the January issue of Racer X magazine.

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Oct 27, 2022

Two years ago, Shane McElrath was battling Chase Sexton for a 250SX Regional Championship. Today, Sexton is a bright shining star in the sport with multiple 450 wins and championship potential of the highest order. McElrath, meanwhile, has been battling just to get a ride, anywhere. He missed most of the '21 season with...