Thrasher sweats out victory in 250SX West class The sold-out crowd at Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego was treated to an intense night of bar-banging action and career-defining wins, while — for the second-consecutive week — the racers battled through a mud-soaked track during the third round of the 2024

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Longtime AMA employee — and unofficial archivist — John Bricker has spent years building, cataloging and organizing the AMA’s vast archive Jan. 23, 2024 (Story from January issue of American Motorcyclist) By Keaton Maisano At first glance, the American Motorcyclist Association’s collection of history appears to be concentrated within the AMA

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Smith earns his first 250SX West win of the season The second round of the 2024 AMA Supercross season could be defined by one word: mud. As rainy conditions ravaged San Francisco throughout the day, AMA Supercross athletes battled the weather and a mud-caked track while chasing glory at Oracle

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The federal Recreational Trails Program (RTP), in place since 1991, now enjoys an important waiver that eliminates a longstanding roadblock — good news for all off-road riders December 5, 2023 (Story from November edition of American Motorcyclist) By Keaton Maisano More than three decades after its approval in 1991, the

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The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will seek to reclaim parts of Perry State Forest in Blue Rock, Ohio, which could potentially impact the 16 miles of All Purpose Vehicle (APV) trails in the forest. The ODNR’s Division of Forestry and Division of Mineral Resources Management will spearhead the

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Bessie Belles Riding Club pays homage to past while enjoying the present August 9, 2023 (Story from August edition of American Motorcyclist) By Keaton Maisano It has been 30 years since AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer Bessie Stringfield passed away, but her impact today is alive and well. Honoring Stringfield and

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