The massive British GP festival was the greatest weekend or British motocross for a long time. From Tommy Searle’s epic MX2 win to the stunning rides by British youth aces Conrad Mewse and James Dunn and the amazing atmosphere, Matterley was amazing on every level.
Of course MOTO was there to capture all the incredible action across the four days to bring you the biggest and best coverage from the highlight of the British motocross calendar, packing out MOTO 83 with over 30 pages of GP greatness. If it happened at the British GP, it is in MOTO’s massive British GP special issue.
MOTO 83 isn’t all about the British GP though, not by a long shot. It’s another packed issue featuring exclusive sit-down’s with AMA champion elect Bake Baggett and a frank and eye-opening I Know This Much with Kawasaki Mx1 ace and former world BMX champ Gautier Paulin.
On the racing front, MOTO’s man in the U.S. Davey Coombs assesses Team USA’s chances of winning an MXoN in the sand, whilst fans of classic factory GP bikes are treated to part two of MOTO’s Icons of Motocross series looking at some of the greatest race bikes ever built.
There’s new bikes galore too and more MOTO exclusives as we put the 2013 450s from KTM and Kawasaki together for the first head-to-head test in Europe to see how the first of next season’s bikes stack up, as well as riding and rating the full 2013 Husaberg enduro range.
With all his and more crammed into 164 packed pages, MOTO 83 is essential summer reading – just like every month.