MOTO magazine App – now FREE!

Motocross fan? Then download the new issue of MOTO FREE on your smart device right now!
MOTO today becomes the world's first premium motocross App that's FREE to download and read every issue. As the first fully-functional tablet and smartphone App in the motocross market - displaying more images than any print magazine ever could, plus audio and video while remaining the quality read that MOTO is world famous for - MOTO is now free for everyone. Download the App and you'll get notification whenever there's a new issue for you to download and keep.

As always, we have even more content from the best and most respected writers, photographers and film makers. And now you can have it up to date, on your smart device, whenever you want to read it.

The brand new issue which comes out today features a world exclusive first test of Romain Febvre's world championship-winning YZF450, and the world title-winning YZ125 too. Plus we compare the latest two-strokes from KTM and Husky – and you can see them in video action, too.

There are loads of cool bike and kit tests – from a comparison of a four-stroke 250 to a two-stroke, plus all the insight and race action from around the globe such as the Lille Supercross and Red Bull Knockout Beach race.

We've got interviews with the stars like MXGP king Febvre, an investigation into why it took Honda so long to finally win a world title, features on the future of GP racers and racing, Honda's new 2016 Supercross bike and all the latest news and gossip from the Dirt Bike Show. And there's a free Christmas gift guide for those last-minute present ideas.

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The two 450 KTMs went head to head in three motos, but it was Simpson who got the better of Frossard in the end
Tommy Searle edges out fellow Brit Shaun Simpson for moto victory in Bulgaria.
Ryan Villopoto won both his motos at the 2007 Motocross of Nations.
The Belgium team of Kevin Strijbos, Steve Ramon and Stefan Everts celebrate victory in the 2004 Motocross of Nation (pic:
Aprilia`s new SXV 4.5 twin-cylinder (pictured in SuperMoto spec), with which the Noale based company will enter the 2004 FIM Motocross and SuperMoto World Championships.
Aprilia`s new SXV 4.5 twin-cylinder (pictured in SuperMoto spec), with which the Noale based company will enter the 2004 FIM Motocross and SuperMoto World Championships.
Eggens in Lierop (Pic: Alex Hodgkinson).
Kevin Windham has made a stunning comeback to AMA motocross action, winning a moto at round two - Hangtown [Photo:].
Ricky Carmichael celebrates a moto victory at Hangtown [Photo:].
Start of the 125cc first moto at Leopoldsburg: #58 Pascal Bal, #7 Tom de Belder, #104 Oscar Vromans, #57 Marvin van Daele, #8 Steve Ramon and #1 Mickael Maschio [Photo: Louwrens Klos,].
Pichon gets the congratulations of the fans.
Pichon balances his bike in mid air.
Double World Motocross champion Mickael Pichon.
Pichon`s Suzuki team deliver the good news.
Frenchman Mickael Pichon gets some home support.

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