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  • Motool Slacker Digital Sag Scale
    The Slacker Digital Sag Scale The Slacker digital sag scale is designed for riders, by riders. No more fooling around with tape measures and calculations, needing two or three people to take a reading or using sag tools that claim that only one p...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Dec 17, 2014
  • When to Rebuild Your Engine
    This week I’d like to start a long series of posts on the proper way to rebuild a four-stroke engine. I will share with you a top to bottom rebuild where I go through the disassembly, inspection of parts, and reassembly of the engine. We’ll cover the top end, bottom end, and everything in-between. I’ll pass on the tips and tricks I’ve learned over the yea...

    Posted by Paul Olesen on Dec 15, 2014
  • How to Avoid Tearing a Muscle in the Cold Weather
    My phone and email inbox has been exploding with questions about pulled muscles all of a sudden. This is a pattern that I have seen for many years - when the weather becomes cold, muscles tighten more than usual bringing to the surface a tight group of muscles (it is rarely just one muscle) which becomes strained because of physical activity.

    To prepare...

    Posted by Coach Robb on Dec 11, 2014
  • How I train SX Pros on Technique? (video)
    While the Pro Motocross races sleep for the winter, Pro Supercross comes to the forefront. If you're like me, you're looking forward to watching SX on the telli! :applause:

    Have a look at this video to see how two pros are practicing for SX. As a professional MX trainer and coach, how do I train these top level racers regarding their riding techniques?...

    Posted by Gary Semics on Dec 09, 2014
  • Riding Year Round in The North
    ICE RIDING
    We're pretty excited up in the North that the lakes are frozen over. That means we can get the ice bikes out and start the winter riding season! We shot a short film over the holiday weekend detailing one of the two days we were out riding. I hope it makes you consider getting into the sport of ice riding or racing, because it's freaking aweso...

    Posted by Paul Olesen on Dec 08, 2014
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Rider Discussion

Jeep?

How do you guys carry your dirt bike? Are there any other solutions than the tow hitch mount or a trailer?

97GMC kelsey hayes ABS rear brake bleeding

blew out a rear wheel cylinder, replaced, can't bleed rear brakes. done it may times old school without ABS, no issues. what's the secret?   TIA

Kit

Need a little help here.  Anyone know of a good and effective head light restoration kit?  Seen 3M and Meguiar's and etc.  Anyone use one?  If so, what were the results?  Thanks.....

AMA has JS7's back

Interesting.... http://www.vitalmx.com/features/The-AMA-Comes-to-James-Stewarts-Defense,3667?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=spotlight#.VJJUxd6Kf4s.twitter

89 cr 250 kick start turning back when engine running

Bought a cheap 89 cr 250 a few weeks back and im pretty happy with it ,kickstart doesnt slip and goes most the way back up on the spring  but when engines running it wants to turn back all the time ,you can pull it forward with your hand but it goes back again   Im gune take off the sid...

1981 yz250H

Does anybody know how much a 1981 yz250H in good condition and all original parts is worth> maybe looking to sell the bike and don't know what the starting price should be

LTZ or EX

I'm wanting to get a sport quad to do some trail riding with some guys from work. I've had a couple utility quads, but I'm wanting to switch it up a bit. I'm trying to decide between the ltz400 and the 400ex. I'm a bigger guy and I've heard the ltz sits a little higher and has a beefier suspensio...

trx450er or yfz450

I wanted to get a race quad but don't know which one is better should i go with the trx450 or the yfz450  and what would be the best year

trx700xx or yfz450

trx700xx or yfz450  

Rickey Gadson’s Custom Ninja H2 Hybrid: The Only One Of I...

IRVINE, CA – December 12, 2014 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – This one-of-a-kind Ninja H2™ hybrid was customized for ultimate drag-strip performance by 11-time Kawasaki Drag Racing champion Rickey Gadson, in conjunction with Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. and Adams Performance. It was designed spec...

Monster 696 Tail Tidy

I've got a 2012 Ducati Monster 696 and I've decided to clean up its back side. I've found a vender for a fender eliminator bracket but I'm having a tough time sourcing a decent LED Integrated Tail Light. Is this bike just so uncommon that the aftermarket manufacturers ignore it? TIA for any sugge...

Ninja 250

Hi I'm getting a ninja 250 engine to put on my Yamaha blaster can anyone tell me the wireing I need to make it run

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Ultra 300 / 310 Stroker, now a complete kit

The APE billet stroker kit now available as a complete that includes Billet Crank, Carrillo Rods, and special drop in forger stroker pistons.   http://aperaceparts.com/water/waterindex.html

Yamaha Vxr and Vxs are they what yamaha says they are?

I'm thinking about buying either Vxr or Vxs. I've read that they have the same acceleration and top speed as supercharged skis. Can anyone who owns either a vxr or vxs justify this?

sister needs new bike help!

so i live in Washington state and ride technical stuff and lots of fast and open and my sister needs a new bike she is riding a Honda xr400 my last bike :thumbsdn: she is 5.2 feet tall and weighs 113lbs she is a Good rider but the bike she has now wears her out and and holds her back from being...

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Wiki Article

  • Acceleration Bumps - Off-Road Riding Technique
    Dec 01, 2009 01:00 PM
    With all acceleration bump situations, the key point is that it is much more preferable to be in that standing position than sitting down. You need to grip that motorcycle with your knees to make it more stable, and less chance of deflection. Lean back as you exit the corner and give it the gas...
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