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• SADDLEBACK PARK IS NOW OFFICIALLY A WILDERNESS AREA

After 39 years of sitting unused, Saddlback Park will now have hikers and mountain bikers on the trails that Jeff Ward, Roger DeCoster and thousands of teenage racers used to ride on. Photo: Jeff Gritchen

(From the Orange County Register by Heather Mcrea) Mother Nature reclaimed the hilly area not far from Irvine Lake that was once a popular motocross course, and now that the natural habitat has been preserved, it is once again opening to people. This time visitors will be able to hike or mountain bike the 3.3 miles of trails that will be open in the newly debuted Saddleback Wilderness during special access events hosted by the OC Parks system.

The new trail system is part of OC Park’s Irvine Ranch Open Space and was donated in 2014 to the county by the Irvine Company. Upon receiving the land donation, the county “went through a robust environmental evaluation process,” said OC Parks Operations Manager John Gump in an email. “Once complete, we were able to design a trail system that avoided locations with sensitive resources, while also doing our best to have trails reach points of interest and scenic viewpoints for the public to enjoy.”

Saddleback Park’s most famous obstacle was Suicide Mountain. It was a massive vertical jump up three levels. Warren Reid demonstrates.

From the late 1960s to 1984, Saddleback Park used much of the land for a “motorcycle playground” enjoyed by motocross riders, off-road trucks and buggies. It was one of the largest motocross tracks on the West Coast. But liability concerns and other pressures ultimately closed it, according to online histories. In the years that followed, it was left to return to its natural state. OC Parks Operations Manager John Gump said you can still see remnants of the former track in the trails. They follow parts of the race track and roads that visitors used to watch the competitors.

• KTM NORTH AMERICA’S ALL-NEW $53 MILLION HEADQUARTERS OPENS ON 20 ACRES

This week marked a significant milestone for KTM North America as it celebrated the official grand opening of their brand-new North American Headquarters in Murrieta, California.

There was an official ribbon cutting ceremony this week to unveil the world-class facilities dedicated to the company’s premium motorcycle brands; KTM, Husqvarna Motorcycles, GasGas and MV Agusta; in addition to bicycle brands Husqvarna E-Bicycles, Gasgas Bicycles and Felt Bicycles; Plus, and high-end Power Parts components under the WP brand.


From left to right—Stefan Pierer, John Hinz and Florian Kecht.

“This is an emotional day for me,” said Stefan Pierer, CEO of Pierer Mobility AG. “Exactly 30 years ago I started in the USA with only a dozen employees. Today, we are Europe’s leading Powered Two-Wheeler group, we’re selling approximately 100,000 units annually in the US market, so more than one billion dollars in sales. The most important success factor for us is racing, that is the driving force that pushed us over the years, even in the US market. Building our new North American headquarters in Murrieta was the biggest single investment we’ve ever made yet. We set a new standard for the whole US market.”

The KTM race team was on hand to show off their new race shop.

The new headquarters is part of KTM North America’s commitment to growing the sport of motorcycling through continuous investment. The North America Group organization has grown from 30 employees in 2009 to almost 360 employees in 2023 and the new three-building complex allows for further room to expand and grow to support its network of more than 1000 independently owned small businesses across North America.

USA Sales, racing and dealer support for KTM, Husqvarna, GasGas and iconic MV Agusta road bikes will all be based out of the $53 million dollar facility.

The development, which is situated on 20 acres of land adjacent to the French Valley Airport just off Winchester Road, was initially announced in August 2021 and the project officially broke ground in November of 2021. Following an extraordinary development phase over the past 15 months, the $53 million corporate campus is now operational with three state-of-the-art buildings that include over 130,000 square feet of space dedicated to the company’s technical development, administrative offices, media relations, dealer training, warehouse and world championship racing departments, with 12 additional acres set aside for future development.

• SEE IT LIVE! 2023 WISECO/FASTHOUSE WORLD TWO-STROKE CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE LIVE STREAMED ON APRIL 8

Glen Helen Raceway is excited to announce that for the first time ever, the Wiseco World Two-Stroke Championship hosted by Fasthouse will be live-streamed on the Motocross Action Magazine and Dirt Bike Magazine Youtube Channels. Tune in on Saturday, April 8, 2023, to watch the live stream of what promises to be a thrilling event. The live stream will start at approximately 12:30 pm. Don’t miss your chance to catch all the action.

• FLASHBACK! WATCH LAST YEAR’S WISECO WORLD TWO-STROKE CHAMPIONSHIP AT GLEN HELEN

• 2023 AMA SUPERCROSS WINNERS AT A GLANCE

stadium track opening ceremonies 2022 Seattle Supercross-04712023 AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Venue                                                               450                                            250
Jan. 7…Anaheim, CA…………………….Eli Tomac (Yam)…………….Jett Lawrence (Hon) 
Jan. 21…San Diego, CA………………..Eli Tomac (Yam)…………….Jett Lawrence (Hon)
Jan. 28…Anaheim, CA………………….Chase Sexton (Hon)………Levi Kitchen (Yam) 
Feb. 4…Houston, TX…………………….Eli Tomac (Yam)………………Hunter Lawrence (Hon)
Feb. 11…Tampa, FL………………………Cooper Webb (KTM)……..Hunter Lawrence (Hon)
Feb. 18…Oakland…………………………Eli Tomac (Yam)………………Jett Lawrence (Hon)
Feb. 25…Arlington, TX………………..Cooper Webb (KTM)……..Nate Thrasher (Yam)
Mar. 4…Daytona Beach, FL…………Eli Tomac (Yam)……………….Hunter Lawrence (Hon)
Mar. 11…Indianapolis, IN…………….Ken Roczen (Suz)…………….Hunter Lawrence (Hon)
Mar. 18…Detroit, MI……………………Chase Sexton (Hon)………..Hunter Lawrence (Hon)
Mar. 25…Seattle, WA…………………..Eli Tomac (Yam)………………Jett Lawrence (Hon)
Apr. 8…No Race

Apr. 8…Glendale AZ
Apr. 15…Atlanta, GA
Apr. 22…East Rutherford, NJ
Apr. 29…Nashville, TN
May 6…Denver, CO
May 13…Salt Lake City, UT.
450 points leader……………………..Cooper Webb/Eli Tomac (tie)
250 West points leader…………..Jett Lawrence (Hon)
250 East points leader…………….Hunter Lawrence (Hon)

• “THIS WEEK IN MXA” WITH JOSH MOSIMAN: WHY SEXTON’S UPS & DOWNS ARE MOSTLY DOWNS

• GOODBYE FROM THE CLINGFOST FAMILY, HELLO TO THE NEW OWNERS OF SWAN RACEWAY

Located in Tyler, Texas, Swan Raceway, has been sold, but will hopefully continue for another 40 years.

A letter from the Clingfost family:  “For nearly four decades, our family has cultivated and grown Swan MX into what it is today. We have been extremely blessed to see it prosper and become a place where families have spent irreplaceable time together. As we watch our own children growing up so quickly, we recently made the bittersweet decision to sell our lifelong project in order to spend even more valuable time together with our family.

“We are excited to announce that we have found a special family who is passionate about motocross, loves to play in the dirt, is eager to make Swan even better, and is committed to continuing the legacy of what we have established. We are pleased to be passing the torch on to the Moe family. Jason, Laurie, Katelin, and Colton are devoted to preserving what we have started, and carrying it to even greater heights! We want to extend a sincere ‘Thank You’ to all of our riders, and to the many really good people that have helped us, for the love and support you’ve poured out on us over the years. We have made many friendships that we will cherish forever.”

The Clingfost Family

• MEMORIES OF THE WAY WE WERE: THE WAY WE DRESSED IN 1961

1963_StenLundin-Lito_LucianoCosta-ArchiveThe pudding bowl helmet pre-dates the early days of American motocross, but was prevalent on the European GP circuit in the 1950s and 1960s. Here, World Champion Sten Lundin on his Lito models the latest fashions of 1961.

• WHO’S WHO IN THE SUPERCROSS ZOO

Chase Sexton 2023 Seattle Supercross-8408Chase Sexton is cursed. He was on his way to what looked like and easy win in Seattle when he went over the bars when his front wheel hit a deep rut. He got up to finished 5th, but  Chase is now 22-points behind the tied-up pair of Tomac and Webb.

Cooper Webb 2023 Seattle SupercrossCooper Webb’s finger gun has been holstered since KTM’s Roger DeCoster and Ian Harrison told him to stop it when he taunted Ken Roczen at Anaheim in 2019. However, at Seattle, Cooper pulled his gun out again, this time he aimed it at Chase Sexton after his heat race win. Taunting another rider can be an effective psychological game, but it can backfire later in the season.

AMA 450 SUPERCROSS POINTS STANDINGS
(Heading to Phoenix on April 8)
1. Eli Tomac…248
2. Cooper Webb…248
3. Chase Sexton…226
4. Ken Roczen…199
5. Jason Anderson…199
6. Justin Barcia…195
7. Aaron Plessinger…180
8. Christian Craig…150
9. Adam Cianciarulo…122
10. Justin Hill…116

Jett Lawrence can be beat in the 250 West, but it has only happened one time so far— when Levi Kitchen won Anaheim 2. After  Seattle Jett has a  23-point lead over R.J. Hampshire and 26 points on Cameron McAdoo. 

AMA 250 WEST POINTS STANDINGS
(Heading to Phoenix on April 8)
1. Jett Lawrence..127
2. R.J. Hampshire…104
3. Cameron McAdoo…101
4. Mitchell Oldenburg…83
5. Enzo Lopes…82
6. Levi Kitchen…80
7. Max Vohland…70
8. Pierce Brown…67
9. Cole Thompson…59
10. Stilez Robertson…53

In his first season as an AMA Pro Haiden Deegan (238) has moved into third in the 250 East Supercross standings. Haiden is only 5 points behind second place Nate Thrasher. However, Hunter Lawence has a 40-point lead.

AMA 250 EAST SUPERCROSS POINTS STANDINGS
(after Detroit)
1. Hunter Lawrence…151
2. Nate Thrasher…116
3. Haiden Deegan…111
4. Jeremy Martin…109
5. Max Anstie…104
6. Jordon Smith…92
7. Chris Blose…88
8. Tom Vialle…85
9. Coty Schock…72
10. Cullin Park…67

• SEE IT NOW! MXA’S 2023 YZ450F VIDEO TEST

MEMORIES OF THE WAY WE WERE: WHEN MATCHLESS WAS A MOTOCROSS BIKE

During the glory days of the big British singles it wasn’t uncommon to see a Matchless and a BSA going for the win. In this case it is Chris Horsfield (161) and Jeff Smith (4). The pudding bowl helmets are a time stamp of 1965, but the rope tied to 4 x 4 posts lasted well into the 1970s.

• MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: MXA’S HODAKA RING-SPUN COTTON T-SHIRT

Elevate your status as a classic motocross fan with MXA’s Hodaka T-shirt. This T-shirt has a structured, classy fit and is both durable and soft thanks to its 100% ring-spun cotton. Layer the T-shirt or wear it on its own  The retail price is $30. See more color options or order by Clicking Here.

• 2023 MXA 450 SHOOTOUT: THE ONE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR

• MXA PHOTO OF THE WEEK! IS THIS ROGER & TORSTEN IN 1967? NOPE!

This grainy photo was shot at the first international motocross race in Southern California. It took place in Dehesa, just outside San Diego, on December 1967. It is almost always claimed to be a photograph of Roger DeCoster (CZ) and Torsten Hallman (Husqvarna) battling for the lead, but that is not accurate. It is actually a photo of Roger DeCoster and a high flying Lars Larsson. The confusion stems from the fact that Torsten Hallman was injured and couldn’t race, but Lars Larsson, who had just arrived in the USA to demonstrate Husqvarna motocross bikes for Edison Dye, filled in for Torsten. The number 1 on Lars’ bike was there because Lars was on Torsten’s race bike.

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Here is the cover of the April 2023 issue of  MXA. Inside is the 2023 MXA 250 Four-Stroke Shootout, a full test of the 2023 KTM 300SX two-stroke,  plus a test of the 2023 Yamaha YZ250 two-stroke and a retro test of the  1999 Vertemati V503 and those are just some of the bike tests. There is so much more inside. How much have you missed by not subscribing? Above and below are the last 12 issues of MXA.

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• MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT:  WORKS CONNECTION 2023 YZ450F PRO LAUNCH

For 2023 the Yamaha YZ450F has wrap-around forks guards, so works Connection designed anew Pro Launch holeshot devicespecifically for the 2023 YZ450F. The new kit allows easy installation without having to trim the wrap-around portion of the guard. The shape/curve of the fork guard is a little different also, so Works Connection started from scratch and built an all-new kit! It is currently being used by Eli Tomac, Dylan Ferrandis and Justin Cooper on their Star Racing Yamaha’s.

The Pro Launch features a patented spring-less trigger and a Hard Anodized fork ring to deliver positive engagement, consistent release and long-term durability. The kitt also includes a custom aluminum drill guide template, aluminum countersink tool and a detailed template with optional heights of 90mm,100mm & 110mm. Kit includes a QR code for downloadable step by step instructions for easy, confident installation. The retail price is $129.95 at www.works connection.com .

• MEMORIES OF THE WAY WE WERE: IS IT GRAFFITTI OR GOLD?

Don’t you hate it when someone writes all over the gas tank on your vintage CZ? This, however, is one autograph that increases the value of the bike.

• WISECO/FASTHOUSE 2023 WORLD TWO-STROKE CHAMPIONSHIP ON APRIL 8

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• MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: 2023.5 REVO PRO LE SPRING COLLECTION


The 2023.5 Revo Pro LE Spring Collection

Success in supercross requires uninterrupted focus. That laser-focus comes with an unwavering confidence in both gear and machine. The 2023.5 REVO PRO LE gear was developed with that connection between rider and bike in mind. We’ve combined performance and breathability with our perforated Omni-Stretch materials to offer riders like FXR/Club MX Jeremy Martin the comfort and connection needed to win races. Our purpose-built products define us, and the FXR Revo Pro LE collection continues to set industry standards in fit, finish, durability, and performance.

FXR has combined performance and breathability with their perforated Omni-Stretch materials to offer riders like FXR/Club MX Jeremy Martin the comfort and connection needed to win races. Our purpose-built products define us, and the FXR Revo Pro LE collection continues to set industry standards in fit, finish, durability, and performance.


Revo Pro LE Bomb Pop gear.


Revo Pro LE Purple Reign gear.

2023.5 REVO PRO LE JERSEY


Revo Pro LE Interstellar gear.

The Revo Pro LE jersey’s hybrid vented material offers maximum airflow and maximum flex. This increased breathability gives you the freedom to move and helps maintain a lower core temperature—perfect for when things get heated mid-race. With a slim fit design, a drop-tail hem and long length, you’ll be tucked and ready off the line.

Revo Pro LE Prism gear.

2023.5 REVO PRO LE PANTS

 

Revo Pro LE Anodized gear.

Add the Revo Pro LE pants for the perfect kit. With an all-new, industry-first auto buckle front closure system added to their already popular Hook and Loop side hip adjusters, the fit is entirely customizable and entirely secure. Both the jersey and pants come in fade-free sublimation prints to keep you looking your best from practice to the podium.


Revo Pro LE Night Club gear.

The retail price is $89.99 (jersey) and $229.99 (pants) at www.fxrracing.com or your friendly local dealer

• MXA BIKE TEST VIDEO LIBRARY: THE 2023 BIKES YOU WANT KNOW ABOUT

MXA’S 2023 450 FOUR-STROKE SHOOTOUT

MXA’S 2023 125 TWO-STROKE SHOOTOUT

MXA’S 2023 250 FOUR-STROKE SHOOTOUT

2023 KTM 300SX VS HUSQVARNA TC250 TWO-STROKE SHOOTOUT

2023-1/2 KTM 450SXF FACTORY EDITION VIDEO TEST

2023-1/2 HUSQVARNA FC450 ROCKSTAR EDITION VIDEO TEST

2023 SUZUKI RM-Z450 VIDEO TEST

2023 HONDA CRF450 VIDEO TEST

2023 GASGAS MC450F VIDEO TEST

2023 KAWASAKI KX450 VIDEO TEST

2023 KTM 250SXF VIDEO TEST

2023 KAWASAKI KX250 VIDEO TEST

2023 SUZUKI RM-Z250 VIDEO TEST

2023 GASGAS MC250 VIDEO TEST

2023 HONDA CRF250 VIDEO TEST

2023 HUSQVARNA FC250 VIDEO TEST

2023 GASGAS MC125 TWO-STROKE VIDEO TEST

2023 GASGAS MC350F VIDEO TEST

2023 KTM 300SX TWO-STROKE VIDEO TEST

• THE FUTURE IS NOW: 2023 RACE SCHEDULES

2023 AMA SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 7…Anaheim, CA
Jan. 14…Oakland, CA (moved to Feb. 18)
Jan. 21…San Diego, CA
Jan. 28…Anaheim, CA
Feb. 4…Houston, TX
Feb. 11…Tampa, FL
Feb. 18…Oakland 
Feb. 25…Arlington, TX
Mar. 4…Daytona Beach, FL
Mar. 11…Indianapolis, IN
Mar. 18…Detroit, MI
Mar. 25…Seattle, WA
Apr. 8…No Race
Apr. 8…Glendale AZ
Apr. 15…Atlanta, GA
Apr. 22…East Rutherford, NJ
Apr. 29…Nashville, TN
May 6…Denver, CO
May 13…Salt Lake City, UT

2023 SUPERMOTOCROSS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE (UPDATED)
Sept. 9 …Concord, NC
Sept. 16 ….Joliet, Il
Sept. 23…Los Angeles, CA (Date change from Oct. 14)

2023 AMA ARENACROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 18…Albany, GA
Nov. 25…Albany, NY
Jan. 6…Loveland, CO
Jan. 13…Prescott, AZ
Jan. 20…Guthrie, OK
Jan. 27….Guthrie, OK
Feb. 3…Reno, NV
Feb. 10…Denver, CO
Feb. 24…Hobbs, NM
Mar. 3…Amarillo, TX
Mar. 10…Tulsa, OK
Mar. 17…Salem, VA
Mar. 24…Little Rock, AR
Mar. 31…Lexington, KY

2023 2023 FIM WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 12…Argentina
Mar. 26…Sardinia
Apr. 10…Switzerland
Apr. 16…Italy
Apr. 30…Portugal
May 7…Spain
May 21…France
Jun. 4…Latvia
Jun. 11…Germany
Jun. 25…Indonesia
July 2…Indonesia
July 16…Czech Rep.
July 23…Belgium
July 30…Finland
Aug. 13…Sweden
Aug. 20…Holland
Sept. 3…Turkey
Sept. 17…Vietnam
Oct. 1…England (Date Change from Oct. 15)

2023 AMA NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
May 27…Pala, CA
June 3…Hangtown, CA
June 10…Thunder Valley, CO
June 17…Mt. Morris, PA
July 1…Red Bud, MI
July 8…Southwick, MA
July 15…Millville, MN
July 22…Washougal, WA
Aug. 11…Unadilla, NY
Aug. 19…Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 26…Crawfordsville, IN

2023 WORLD SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
July 1…Birmingham, England
July 22….Lyon-Décines, France
Sept. 30…TBD (Southeast Asia)
Oct. 14…Dusseldorf, Germany
Oct. 28…Vancouver, Canada
Nov. 24-25…Melbourne, Australia

2023 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 5…Wonthaggi, Vic (2nd motos cancelled)
Mar. 19…Appin, NSW
Apr. 16…Wodonga, Vic
May 7…Maitland, NSW
May 28…Gillman, SA
Jun. 25…Toowoomba, Qld
Aug. 13…Queeensland, Qld
Aug. 20…Coolum Pines, Qld

2023 BRITISH NATIONALS UK CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar 12…Oakhanger, Hampshire
May 7…Monster Mountain, South Wales
June 4…Preston Docks, Lancashire
July 9…Oxford Moto Parc, Oxfordshire
Aug. 6..Cusses Gorse MX, Wiltshire.
Sept. 3…Hawkstone Park, Shropshire

2023 REVO ACU BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 19…Preston Docks
Apr. 2…Canada Height (Postpone to later date)
Apr. 23…Foxhill
May 14…TBA
May 28…Blaxhall
June 18… TBA
June 30…Whitby
Spt. 10…Oxford

2023 “SATURDAY AT THE GLEN” SCHEDULE
Jan. 14…Winter Series #1 (Arroyo Vet track)
Jan. 21…Winter Series #2 (Arroyo Vet track)
Feb. 4…Winter Series #3 (Arroyo Vet track)
Feb. 11…Winter Series #4 (Arroyo Vet track)
Feb. 25…Winter Series #5 (Rained Out)
Mar. 11…Winter Series #5 (Rained Out)

Mar. 18…Spring Series #1& Pasha 125 Open (National track)
Mar. 25…Spring Series #2 (Arroyo Vet track)
Apr. 8…World Two-Stroke Championship (National track)
Apr. 15…Spring Series #3 (Arroyo Vet track)
Apr. 22…Spring Series #4 (Arroyo Vet track)
May 13…Spring Series #5 (National track)
June 3…Summer Series #1 (Arroyo Vet track)
June 17…Summer Series #2 (Arroyo Vet track)
June 24…Summer Series #3 (Arroyo Vet track)
July 15…Summer Series #4 (Arroyo Vet track)
July 29….Summer Series #5 (National track)
Aug. 19…Fall Series #1 (Arroyo Vet track)
Aug. 26…Fall Series #2 (Arroyo Vet track)
Sept. 16…Fall Series #3 (Arroyo Vet track)
Sept. 23…Fall Series #4 (Arroyo Vet track)
Sept. 30…Fall Series #5 (National track)
Oct. 21…Winter Series #1 (Arroyo Vet track)
Oct. 28…Winter Series #2 (National track)
Nov.3-5…World Vet Championship (National track)
Nov. 18..Winter Series #3 (Arroyo Vet track)
Dec. 9…Winter Series #4 (Arroyo Vet track)
Dec. 16..Winter Series #5 (National track)

OLD SCHOOL TT SCRAMBLES CHAMPIONSHIP
Feb. 5…Glen Helen (TT Scrambles)

Mar. 26…Glen Helen (TT Scrambles) (Rained Out)
Apr. 16…Glen Helen (TT Scrambles)
May 21…Glen Helen (Pasha GP /TT Scrambles)
Jun 4…Glen Helen (TT Scrambles)
Oct. 29…Glen Helen (Oktobertfast GP/TT Scrambles
Dec. 17…Glen Helen (TT Scrambles)

2023 WORLD TWO-STROKE MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Apr. 8…Glen Helen, CA

2023 VET MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Aug. 24-28…Foxhill, GB

2023 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Oct. 8…Ernee, France (Date change from Oct. 22)

2023 WORLD VET MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 3-5…Glen Helen, CA

2023 RED BULL DAY IN THE DIRT
Nov. 24-26…Glen Helen, CA

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