Attention all Dirt Action readers, another milestone in the magazine’s history has been reached!

It’s time to celebrate the magazine’s 250th issue and 25 year anniversary. And what a ride it’s been.

Dirt Action issue 250 is alive — subscriber copies have already hit the mail, and now the mag is on sale at newsagents and retail outlets.

The issue is packing a definite ‘250’ theme, with arguably the world’s fastest 250cc MX/SX racer — Jett Lawrence — tearing up the cover, and a stack of 250cc flavoured content inside, including …

+ Jett Lawrence interview — how good is this kid, and his big brother Hunter? The best!

+ Kyron Bacon interview — meet Australia’s fastest 250cc off-road racer.

+ 55 years of 250cc trail bike evolution: 1968 Yamaha DT1 meets 2023 WR250F.

+ Amazing Jeremy McGrath 1996 Honda CR250R replica build.

+ Memorable 250cc machines from over the decades.

Now, to keep the celebratory issue theme going, how’s this: 25 years after he wrote a Guest Editorial column in issue #1 of DA about the looming arrival of ‘serious’ four-stroke dirt bikes, Jeff Leisk is back and has penned a column about the looming arrival of electric dirt bikes, thanks Leisky!

Meanwhile, longtime DA Editor Damien Ashenhurst stepped right up to write a yarn about the life and times of being DA’s longest serving Editor, thanks Damo!

Plus, if you’ve ever wondered what happened to some of the heroes who made the cover of DA over the years, we have updates on a bunch of them in a cool Then & Now editorial.

Plus there’s reviews of the 2023 Sherco enduro weapons, and the thundering GasGas ES700 thumper.

So yeah, this issue has a bit going on, and we have to say a massive thanks to everyone who stepped up to help by providing new DA Editor Andrew Clubb with content, including Shane Booth, Grant Reynolds, Scott Bishop, Todd Reed, Damien Adams, Mitch Newell and Foremost Media — you guys are the business!

To all our DA readers, subscribers and industry partners, thanks for all your support over 250 issues, and here’s to many, many more!