When the greatest motocross racer of all time, Ricky Carmichael, announced that his Ricky Carmichael University training school was coming to the UK, MOTO was on the case.
If you want to go faster and become a better racer then there is simply no better qualified team to teach you how to do so than the GOAT and the legendary teaching team he assembled that included Jeff Emig, Jeff Stanton and British heroes Jamie Dobb and Tommy Searle. What the team doesn’t know about racing isn’t worth knowing and after granting MOTO exclusive access to the RCU and its coaching team, we can share the secrets that made the GOAT and crew great with MOTO readers to help YOU ride better than ever before.
If you want to improve yourself as rider – and let’s face it, who doesn’t – then you want to read MOTO’s exclusive RCU guide to going faster, where RC, Emig, Stanton, Dobby and Tommy share their top tips to make you a faster and better all round racer.
We couldn’t let the opportunity of a proper sit-down one-on-one interview with RC pass either and so there’s a bumper ‘I Know This Much’ with the great man to enjoy too, where he talks with frank openness about his racing career, life and the current starts of motocross.
Of course it’s not all about RC. MOTO also secured a world exclusive sit-down with the most controversial man in motocross, the enfant terrible of GPs, Jeffrey Herlings, as well as separating truth from wild rumour with Britian’s own Max Anstie. MOTO’s man in America, Davey Coombs, also details exactly why the Euro imports are finding it so hard to come by a win in the AMA Nationals and we also get up close and personal with one of the home-grown heroes who are giving Roczen and Co. all they can handle – Geico Honda’s Eli Tomac.
MOTO has also ridden the radical new 2013 Kawasaki KXFs and delivers the UK’s most authoritative verdict on the air-fork shod KXF450 and all-new KXF250, courtesy of MOTO’s chief tester Dave Willet, who also swung a leg over the entire 2013 Husqvarna range of heavily modified and heavily improved MX and endure bikes.
With all this and so much more, MOTO 81 is not to be missed. Enjoy.