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  • FMF United by Power | Episode 3
    October 6, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire ) – The final episode of the FMF United by Power series follows Team USA on race day at the 2015 Motocross of Nations. Team USA fought hard and we are proud of the heart and 100% effort they gave. http...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Oct 06, 2015
  • Limited Edition Scott Breast Cancer Awareness Goggle
    With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, Scott Sports has again created a Limited Edition, Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) goggle. Scott only made 1,000 units. WHEN THEY'RE GONE, THEY'RE GONE! Scott Sports has committed $10,000 of the proce...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Oct 01, 2015
  • Moto-Skiveez Tri-Fold Hat
    Just about everyone that I know that rides wears a baseball hat; either to cover up that nasty case of helmet-hair or to keep the sun out of their face. Somehow, the folks at Moto-Skiveez managed to take something simple and effective and really i...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Sep 28, 2015
  • Step Into My Office
    The Andes mountains of South America are my workplace. There is no better area in the world to ride dirtbikes. I have been operating tours and exploring the areas around the city for a number of years, and to no avail, am nowhere near reaching the end of each trail that has been discovered. I build a new list each time I operate a tour. In fact, the last...

    Posted by scottiedawg on Sep 28, 2015
  • DIY Moto Fix Four Stroke Dirt Bike Engine Building Handbook
    I recently got my hands on the paperback and e-copy versions of The Four Stroke Dirt Bike Engine Building Handbook written by Paul Olesen.   Not only a lifetime motorcycle enthusiast, Paul also has a degree in motorcycle engine...

    Posted by yz250f_spud on Sep 25, 2015
  • Filling Up At The Pump
    How Residual Pump Fuel Affects Your Fill Up
    This week I have a quick tip I want to share with you regarding buying fuel and filling up gas cans for your bikes. I know many of you, myself included, rely on premium grade gasoline dispensed from local gas station pumps to put endless grins on your faces. One of the downfalls of gas station pumps is that fue...

    Posted by Paul Olesen on Sep 21, 2015
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Rider Discussion

Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Gets Rolling

POCATELLO, ID (October 9, 2015) -- The season for the 2015 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is here. For military personnel and government employees, this is an opportunity to contribute to the causes they love and believe in. As it has been since 2009, the BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) is listed as...

Another setback for Obama: Court halts EPA’s controversia...

This rule has the potential to be disastrous for OHV recreation.  The rule opened up the feds to being able to call just about anything a wetland or habitat.  It would make the construction of new trails and new tracks very difficult if not impossible.  It was an obvious circumvent...

Action Needed; Messy, Mixed up issues in so. CA desert

ACTION NEEDED in CA desert issues   NOTE: As of today, 10/9/15, there is an OHV friendly legislation in front of Congress, HR 3668 that would create new national OHV recreation areas in the CA desert; yet at the same time, this “monument express” business is going on. Most groups like the 36...

GPS wiring question/problem on my XR650R

I wired my GPS onto the bike tying into the blue wire for the headlight and grounded to a fork bolt.   1. I get 12+ volts but only when the high beam is turned on. Is there a better place to connect so I don't have to use the high beam?   2. ...and when high beam is on,  my GPS won...

Got rear brake fade need opinions

Hey guys, I have an issue with my rear brake, or more so my riding style I'm sure but I've tried and tried to change how I ride but it hasn't worked. Harescramble racer here and I use ALOT of rear brake when I'm riding hard and about lap into riding hard(5miles or so) my rear brake fades out to e...

Are the SFF forks possible to get good? (2013-2014)

Hi I'm looking at a two rmz 450 to buy. Found a mint 2013 with 20 hours on it but i was looking for a 10-12 because i hear the SFF forks are bad in stock form and hard to get good. But i cant find a 10-12 that is very mint and low hours so i think i have to get this 13. I do not want the air fork...

Raptor 700 issues!

I have a 09 raptor 700,the tires locked up while riding. The dash shows that it's going into neutral,reverse etc but rolls about 2 inches and tires lock up and cut off in every gear. Could this be a problem with the gears?

Yamaha Blaster 200 vs warrior 350... Lots of questions.

So here is the deal, I currently own a warrior. It's is a very solid and reliable machine and it's fun on the trails. However, it is a bit heavy and sluggish too. I can sell it and get a blaster. This route would most likely leave me money left over to mod the blaster. I have been told the the fu...

1986 Honda ATC200X Project

Came out pretty cool, so thought I’d share…   I’ve been on motorcycles since I could walk, and took a break from 2-wheeled motocross long enough to win a couple of regional ATC championships back in the day.  Even though that was on ATC250Rs (that 90-foot ATC jump led Team Honda manager...

AXIIS - Handguards with Turn Signals

Hello, We are glad to present our most recent product, the AXIIS Handguards TS1. Like many we didn't like to see the traditional blinkers on our motorcycles so we decided to join them discretely to an important accessory. We develop a handguards with turn signals! Some pictures:   ...

Street Legal CR125?

Hey guys.. So I recently traded a snowmobile for 2000 CR125.. I am doing a clutch and tranny in the bike right now.. But I was curious if there is a way to make it an Enduro Bike in the state of NH.. Any help is greatly appreaciated! Links or just inputm. Thanks!

2008 Husky 610 electrical problem

Ok, so my 610 was stolen and then recovered with some wonky gibberish done to the electrical system. It won't start, but fuses are all intact and all connections checked out with multimeter.   We THINK it could be the ECU and I'm hoping to find some kind soul in the SF bay area with the same...

Cat and Polaris buying into snow bikes

Anyone heard about this? Cat is making their own snow bike and Polaris bought Timbersled...very interesting   http://www.snowmobile.com/products/the-snow-bike-revolution-1995.html

Arctic Cats new SVX 450 snow bike

Thought I'd post this for those that haven't seen it yet.   http://www.arcticinsider.com/Article/Sneak-Peek-Arctic-Cat-Single-Ski-Snow-Vehicle   Sure hope it goes mainstream and that the price is in line with current sleds. The snow bike conversions add up really quick.  

1973 motoski 340 motor swap HELP!

I have a 1973 moto ski capri 340 and all the seal are bad... the carb has been rebuilt thinking it was that making it run bad and it wasn't. so thinking of a motor swap with a articat puma 340.. I need someone who knows about vintage sleds and modern day sleds.. what will need to be done with thi...

Carb question, im stumped

I know its a boat carb but everything is very similar and i need some insight. Its a 65' evinrude 40hp big twin Took my boat out last weekend and the carb was just pumping gas out the overflow. First problem since ive owned it. Worked fine a week ago all weekend I replaced the float, needle and s...


I need a new starter motor for my 87 js300 and can't find just the motor without all the gears and what not, if anyone knows where I could get one that would be awesome

Js300 starter motor

I have a 87 js 300 and I need a new starter motor because it doesn't have one, I can't find one that is just the motor I even called Kawasaki is there any other year of other pwc that will work or if anyone knows where I can get one would be awesome !

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  • How to Regrease Your Linkage in 10 Easy Steps...
    Oct 07, 2013 07:59 AM
    Originally written for the Yamaha 250F (or 400F/426F/450F) linkage, but the process is pretty much the same for most bikes with rear linkage suspensions. tools req'd: none (once you get the linkage off)lubes req'd: a high quality, water resistant moly-fortified (or high Timken-ball-test-r...
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