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Welcome to Back to the Feature! Each week we’re going to put one of our articles from a previous issue online. “But what’s the catch?!”, we hear you ask. You’ll now have to become a Transmoto member to view the article. It’s free and easy, though. You’ll need to register or be logged in to see the goodies.

Yamaha’s Jay Marmont finally climbs the top step of the Super X podium, and KTM’s Matt Moss claims the Lites title he was stripped of last year. This feature is from Transmoto Issue #16. Don’t forget you can pick up any of our back issues from our online store.

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