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VOR MX 450 Motocross


A Maico 360 cc with engine and twin shock on the rear suspension

In 1952 the motorcycling’s international governing created an individual European using a 500 cc engine displacement In 1957, it was upgraded it to World status [2]. In 1962, a 250 cc championship was created. [2] It was in the smaller 250 cc that companies with motorcycles came into own.

Companies such as from Sweden, CZ from the Czechoslovakia and Greeves from became popular due to their and agility [2]. By the 1960s, in two-… engine technology that the heavier, four-… were relegated to niche Riders from Belgium and began to dominate the sport this period.

Motocross was introduced to the USA in 1966 Swedish champion, Torsten rode an exhibition event the top American TT riders at the Corriganville Ranch also known as in Simi Valley, California. The year Hallman was joined by motocross stars including DeCoster. Joël Robert. and Bickers. They dominated the placing their light 2-strokes into the top six finishing [3] [4]

By the late 1960s, Japanese companies began challenging the factories for supremacy in the motocross Suzuki claimed the first championship for a Japanese factory it won the 1970 250 cc crown. [5] Motocross began to grow in popularity in the States during this which fueled an explosive in the sport. The first stadium event was held in 1972 at the Los Coliseum. [6] In 1975, a 125 cc world was introduced. [7] European riders to dominate motocross throughout the but, by the 1980s, American had caught up and began winning competitions. [8]

During the early 1980s, factories presided over a boom in motocross. The typical air-cooled, twin-shock rear machines gave way to machines were water-cooled and fitted monoshock rear suspension. By the increasingly stringent environmental in California forced manufacturers to environmentally friendly four-…

At the turn of the century, all the major have begun competing four-… machines. European also experienced a resurgence Husqvarna. Husaberg and KTM winning championships with four-…

The sport evolved with such as stadium events as supercross and arenacross held in arenas. Freestyle motocross events where riders are on their jumping and aerial skills have gained as well as supermoto. where machines race on both and off road. Vintage motocross have also become with riders competing on usually pre-dating the 1975 year.

VOR MX 450 Motocross

Major competitions

The is dominated by two main Motocross the FIM’s Grand Prix, the Championship series, and the AMA’s National Championship.

FIM Motocross World Championship

The Prix (or Motocross World is predominantly held in Europe some flyaway rounds, in Chile, South Africa and but over its history it has visited countries including; Indonesia, and countries on both American There are three classes: MX2 and MX3 (analogous to 450cc and 250cc, and respectively). Race day consists of two with a duration of 35 minutes two laps, while the series is generally incorporating over 16

AMA Motocross Championship

VOR MX 450 Motocross
VOR MX 450 Motocross
VOR MX 450 Motocross
VOR MX 450 Motocross
VOR MX 450 Motocross
VOR MX 450 Motocross
VOR MX 450 Motocross


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