Welcome to MXWorksBike.com

Welcome to the all-new MXworksbike.com


Joel Robert on his 1972 world championship Suzuki and Hakan Andersson on his 1973 world championship Yamaha, Lake Forest Illinois.

Welcome to the all-new MXworksbike.com! Premium website for motocross history and home of the largest works and historical motocross bike collection in the world. Since we first went online in 2005, we have had several million visitors and met many new friends with the same passion for this sport as we have. Many of these new friends are former champions or factory riders who made the history we are attempting to document. Our collection has grown to over 60 motorcycles and our memorabilia and photo archive has grown exponentially too. It was time for an all new site to accommodate the growth.

This new state of the art website promises to be much more user friendly, more organized and will able to hold a lot more content than before. We feel that you the viewer will have a much more enjoyable experience as you read the articles, watch videos and view the machinery that made motocross history.

We have also added a blog that will be written by our two newest members Chris MacAllister and Pat Knopp as well as Terry Good. Chris and Pat will focus more on restorations and Terry will focus more on history. Viewer participation is welcomed.

Also new for this site will be the ability for the viewer to comment or ask questions directly to the author of a featured article written by one of the many former Champions who will be contributing to this site periodically. Our first featured article in this format was written by 1956 500cc European Champion Les Archer exclusively for MXworksbike.com. It is absolutely fantastic! Check it out on the Homepage.

We are starting this site with what we feel is a reasonable amount of content and will be adding new material on a regular basis. We still have a vast amount of excellent material from the old site to transfer to the new site and will leave the old site accessible until all material is transferred. Web Developer John Calvi has done a fantastic job designing and building the new site.  His artistic skills and passion for MX history has really come alive on this new website.

We think this new website will be more informative by the new design and allowing the viewer more access and involvement with the history of motocross.

So take a test drive on the new site and let us know what you think.

Terry Good
Chicago, Illinois 2014