by Ron Smith on 05/15/2017
KTM releses photos of the new Tranfer Port Injection two stroke.
by Ron Smith on 04/18/2018
Is this the begining of the return of the two stroke to mainstream? We can hope!
MX Sports Pro Racing has created the 125 All Star Series to bring 125cc 2-Stroke racing back to seven Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Nationals in 2018! Hangtown, Thunder Valley and Washougal in the west, plus High Point, The Wick and Budds Creek in the east, will all host rounds with a showdown at the Ironman finale.
The 125 All Star Series is open to current production-based 125cc 2-stroke machines, as well as non-current production models from the final three years of production for manufacturers that no longer produce 125cc models. To be eligible to compete riders must be a minimum 16 years of age, with an AMA skill classification of “B” or higher. Current and former AMA Pro Motocross-licensed riders are eligible to compete, so long as they are not participating in the professional classes at that event.
See all the details here: 125 All Star Series
by Ron Smith on 04/08/2017
On Thursday's Fly Racing Moto60 show Steve Mathe's guest David Pingree reveiled that there will be a three round "Tripple Crown" 125 dream race as half time entertainment at select Nationals this year.
According do Pingree the Glen Helen, Thunder Valley and Washougal rounds will host exhibition rounds of the 125 Dream Race.
Having been at Washougal last year for this event I can tell you that a full 40 rider gate of 125's sounded amazing and was a big hit with the spectators.
by Ron Smith on 03/15/2017
It's official, KTM will be adding EFI to thier off-road line two strokes for 2018.