With the holidays coming up and no racing on, most people will have a little more time on their hands to do a bit of reading. If you are looking to read about motorcycle content across all disciplines with a focus on racing, then On Track Off Road magazine is the best possible way to pass the time. I have been proud to write a column for Adam Wheeler's magazine for the past four and a half years, adding my bit of MotoGP insight. You can find me alongside such fantastic writers as Neil Morrison, currently the best writer on MotoGP, stellar WorldSBK photographer Graeme Brown, WorldSBK guru Steve English, AMA specialist Steve Matthes, and Adam Wheeler, a man who has forgotten more about MXGP than I will ever learn.
If you're new to On Track Off Road, then start with the thirteenth & last issue in 2019 with some of the best interviews, features and Blogs from the heart of MotoGP, MXGP, AMA Motocross/Supercross and WorldSBK as well as tests and reviews of bikes and products from the motorcycling industry. Here are some of the highlights of OTOR #194:
- MotoGP: Marquez interview exclusive; making an audience with the MotoGP World Champion and wonder on the unquenchable thirst to keep on winning. Or is the glory about something else for #93?
- MXGP: Something out of nothing; a special talk with MXGP British star Shaun Simpson on creating his own Grand Prix team – the hassles and worries and rewards – as well as embracing the privateer life.
- Rally: Learning the secrets of Dakar; riding and learning roadbooks, fitness and routines with Red Bull KTM’s 2017 Dakar winner Sam Sunderland as the 2020 edition of the race in Saudi Arabia draws near.
- Bikes: Where will it stop? Super-aggressive, super-fast naked bikes seem to be all the rage with the trend growing more extreme. Veteran tester Roland Brown asks where manufacturers want to take us