MOTO Magazine Issue 79 – On sale NOW

After months of anticipation, build up and speculation, the talking stopped and the racing finally started as the opening round of the world motocross championship kicked-off in Holland and MOTO was there to not only bring you the real story behind the results of the first GP, but also highlight some of the big talking points of 2012.

Yes, MOTO79 is all about celebrating the great world of Grands Prix racing and the greats of Grands Prix racing, and there’s more exclusive GP action packed into MOTO’s GP Confidential issue than you can shake a stick at.

From taking you behind the scenes at Suzuki’s last standing factory team run by the legendary Geboers brothers, to an eye-opening world exclusive interview with KTM’s Stefan Everts on the most talked about man in MXGP, Jeffrey Herlings and an ultra rare sit down with the enigmatic Christophe Pourcel. There’s also a fascinating insight into the incredible work it takes to put a leading MX2 machine on the line for a GP and a look at the hottest new machinery and technology in the championship, and a whole lot more.

But that’s not all. To give you even more value and reading-time from your MOTO magazine, we’ve added an entire brand new 16-page dedicated entirely to enduro too. Enduro is getting the MOTO treatment and every month from here on out we’ll be bringing you the best, most creative and most authoritative enduro content in the UK, starting in this very issue with MOTO’s ultimate guide to endure machinery.

And as if that wasn’t enough, there’s the usual array of MOTO’s industry leading features too, from our exclusive feature on SX bad-boy Josh Hansen, British championship action from Canada Heights and a fascinating feature on Ken Roczen’s debut AMA season to date featuring the thoughts of none other than Ricky Carmichael, Jeff Emig and Roger De Coster among others.

It’s a massive 164-page extravaganza of off-road awesomeness, and we’ve even gone and thrown in a fistful of free stickers for you too – it doesn’t get any better than MOTO79.

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