Welcome to the return of MXBob.com. The once proud domain name was trapped in the cyber-wilderness for four years, suffering the indignity of returning “invalid address” when anyone attempted to view the web site. But finally, the absentee registrar released control of the domain name, and the process of restoring the web site could begin.

The content of MXBob.com has been housed, improved, and displayed at RockHiker.com since early 2017. The focus of the new MXBob.com can be much narrower. Everything in RockHiker.com that had to do with motorcycles was transferred back to their ancestral home. Unlike the first tour for MXBob.com, it will not be focusing on District 23 Amateur events.

MN Motorcycle Hall of Fame
Active riders' pages updated through end of 2020 Motocross Season

The main exhibit is the Minnesota Professional Motorcycle Racing Fall of Fame. Now declaring himself a Minnesota Motocross Historian, the eccentric original founder has found new motivation telling new stories about things that happened a long time ago. The sprawling wing contains stats and stories about the many great motorcycle riders from Minnesota who have had success at the professional level.
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Motorcyle, sort of, Stories

This is a condensed, but still rather extensive, collection of Stories including My Life as a Motorcycle History, Hall of Famers Racing Locally, and other fan favorites such as the complete Old Motocross Rider’s Guide collection.
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All Time AMA MX and SX Win Lists
Updated through end of 2021 Supercross Season

These All Time AMA Win lists are my main exception to the “Minnesota Only” theme. It gives me a chance to be a stat geek and list great US Motocross riders. I present the numbers as they are without commentary, or any arbitrary ranking system.
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MXBob.com Classic
MXBob.com, circa 2001-2010

The content having to do with Minnesota Amateur Motorcycle racing stopped being current in 2010. For those who want to get a glimpse of the MXBob.com glory days, or to read District 23 race stories from the 2000s, the link to MXBob.com Classic is a preservation of that history.