Motocross Action Magazine – Motocross Action Magazine is the worlds leading publication about motocross and supercross.

Motocross Action Magazine – Motocross Action Magazine is the worlds leading publication about motocross and supercross. Jody, sitting in his garage, during the hey-day of two-strokes. Even Jody’s road racers (the fairings are hanging from the rafters) were two-strokes. Motocross bikes have no ideology, no agenda, no catechism, no grand plan and no evil genius pulling the levers behind the curtain. Bikes have no Kim Jong Il. But, they do have a great divide — a schism so deep that it is the powder keg of a motocross civil war — two-stroke versus four-stroke. It is the engine equivalent of the left and right side of a street in Belfast, the hutus and tutsis, Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan, Hannah and Glover or the ghosts of Golda Meir and Yasser Arafat. Regardless of its engine type, a motocross bike knows nothing about your finances, politics or mechanical know-how. It’s prime directive, especially when ridden with Spock-like precision, is to cover ground fast — even if that means returning to where it started 15 times. Motocross bikes are not programmed to do harm — that is not the provenance of a gasoline-fueled, aluminum, steel and titanium contraption, but rather tha...

Lost man who drove around for five hours gets DWI | Elk River

Police arrested a 48-year-old Brooklyn Park man for DWI after he sought help from a police officer because he was lost. The man pulled up behind a stopped police vehicle at 6:01 a.m. May 12 at highways 169 and 10 in Elk River and told the officer he needed help with directions to Brooklyn Park. He said he had left home to run errands and had been driving for five hours and couldn’t find his way home. Officers had responded to The Bank of Elk River, 630 Main St., at 12:44 a.m. on a complaint about a suspicious vehicle. A search of the woman’s vehicle turned up a methamphetamine pipe. More methamphetamine was located on her person. Police were asked to speak with an 11-year-old boy May 10 after he allegedly put another student in a head lock following a disagreement at Salk Middle School, 11970 Highland Road, Elk River. The boy told police the other student was annoying him in class and wouldn’t stop. He was advised of the possible consequences of his actions and given other ways to deal with the situation. A parent was also contacted by the school. Surveillance video showed an employee removing cash from the drawer, setting it aside and later placing it into her pocket, accordin...