MOTO Magazine issue 66 – OUT NOW!

Do you want to go faster, to be a better rider? Of course, we all do. From Tony Cairoli to the humblest novice rider, it’s the Olympian quest to become faster, go higher and get stronger that keeps us riding, and that’s exactly what our Ultimate Go-Faster Issue is dedicated to – helping YOU become a better and more complete rider.

We exclusively spent the day testing with the UK’s Proppa KTM team to bring owners of the radical new 350SXF the very first guide on how to get the exciting new machine absolutely dialled. We even sat the team’s two riders Martin Barr and Nathan Parker down to explain how to get the best out of the 350 as a rider. Honda owners haven’t been left out either, as we travelled to Belgium to ride with MVR-D Honda and find out the top tuning secrets they use to make the CRF250 into a race winner on a budget.

Away from the bikes, Belgian sand god Ken De Dycker unveils his secrets to mastering the soft stuff and GP legend Georges Jobe and his pupil Arnuad Tonus tell you how to make the best use of your practice sessions, whilst Samsung Yamaha’s charger Ray Rowson shows how to bounce back from injury on top form. Brit hero Brad Anderson and Neil Prince talk about how working with an experienced mentor can make you and your machine a more complete package, GP flier Jake Nicholls and MOTO’s own Chris Hockey highlight how cross training with a partner improves your skill set and makes training more enjoyable, and we’ve even found time to test the new KTM XC models to show how one bike can do it all.

And as if that wasn’t enough, we’ve also exclusively photographed and profiled the eight Brits going for 2011 GP glory, as well as sitting down with Belgian legend Jack Martens for an illuminating chat, catching up with Scottish SX star Dean Wilson and brought you the real story of the Hawkstone International.

Absolutely jam packed isn’t an adequate description of MOTO 66, its fit to burst with quality reading – enjoy.

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