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Tom White's Early Years of Motocross Museum

Tom White's Early Years of Motocross Museum

Yamaha's four-stroke TT500 of 1976 was a fun bike but much more of a cow trailer than a motocross machine. Although companies like C&J and others quickly began making lightweight frames and hop-up parts for the TT, it never became a decent MXer until Sten Lundin, working with Torsten Hallman,...

Published on June 30 2015, 21:28
Source: www.cycleworld.com

Admit it: You, or somebody you knew, had a Hodaka Super Rat. After all, from 1970 to 1973, Hodaka sold more than 18,000 Super Rats in the US. And what a fun bike it was, a common step up from the minibikes so popular back in the day. Pabatco, the Oregon-based distributor, started selling Hodaka... 

American Motorcycle Association Press Release: Tom White, acclaimed racer, White Brothers Cycle Specialties founder and a lifetime advocate of motorcycling and the sport of motocross, has been elected to the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Class of 2014. White, who was elected to the... 

In 1974, Jaroslav Falta of Czechoslovakia nearly won the 250cc World Championship but did win the Superbowl of Motocross at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in front of 65,000 spectators. His bike? A factory CZ with lots of mysterious parts from behind the Iron Curtain. So, for 1975, to help... 

The first production Japanese MX bike. Fewer than 50 Suzuki TM250s came to America for 1968. Suzuki began experimenting with motocross in 1964, sending a roadracer and two engineers to Europe to compete on a twin-cylinder bike. Suzuki eventually settled on a single with a twin-pipe design... 

As luck would have it, the Cycle World office is only 20 minutes from one of the best collections of vintage motocross machines in the country. Tucked up in the hills of Villa Park, Tom White's Early Years of Motocross Museum celebrates the formative years of the sport in the US, which took off... 

This bike, Honda's first production MXer and first two-stroke, changed the face of American motocross. Named after the Elsinore Grand Prix, the CR250M became the bike of choice for legions of motocrossers because it was light, fast, and reliable—not to mention years ahead of European machines in... 

PICKERINGTON, Ohio — Tom White, a motorcycle racer, philanthropist and historian and the co-founder of White Brothers Cycle Specialties, succumbed to cancer today, Nov. 2, at his home. "Tom White was one of the great people in motorcycling," said Rob Dingman, president and CEO of the American...