|Modes||Single player, Multiplayer|
|Twitch||Motocross Go! Channel|
Motocross Go! is a racing arcade game that was released by Namco, in 1997; it was the first game that ran on that company's then-new "Super" System 23 hardware (an Intel IDT running at 133.3289 MHz, with a Hitachi H8/3002 and H8/3334 that run at 16.9344 and 14.7456 MHz respectively, and a C352 custom sound chip that also runs at 14.7456 MHz for audio). The gameplay's similar to that of Namco's own Suzuka 8 Hours duology (1992-1993), but unlike both of those earlier games, this one only allows a maximum of four players to play it simultaneously when four single-player cabinets are linked together - and a player can also twist the throttle, squeeze the brake and hold down the View Change button simultaneously while inserting a coin to race without any CPU-controlled opponents.