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  • MotoFXGraphics.com Custom MX Graphics
    I was looking at getting some new custom graphics made, not only compliment my new SM Pro Wheels (review coming soon), but to personalize my 2015 Yamaha YZ450F. Being new to the moto world, MotoFXGraphics put out a offer to the TT Editorial T...

    Posted by Monk on Jul 01, 2015
  • How To True A Dirt Bike Wheel Yourself
    In my last blog post I covered how to lace up a wheel assembly with new spokes . This week I’ll discuss how to properly true the rim. Truing the rim is actually not too difficult. Once you understand the interaction between the spokes and rim, you will make quick work of the job. To get started a truing stand of sorts needs to be set up. This doesn’t...

    Posted by Paul Olesen on Jun 30, 2015
  • Coach Robb's Quick Tip: 3 Simple Tips on When to take Vitamins
    There must be some big sales going on in within the supplement world - my email has been overflowing this week about vitamins! The latest theme seems to be when to take vitamins? There is no exact science to food and supplementation, but when it comes to maximizing the absorption of your vitamins, I would recommend three simple things: 1. Take w...

    Posted by Coach Robb on Jun 30, 2015
  • FunnelWeb Performance Air Filter
    After seeing the FunnelWeb Air Filter and its unique look, I just had to try one out. Those crazy Aussies are at it again!   What are all those nubs about? I was never completely happy with how the stock KTM air filter seated in the air box,...

    Posted by DR.billZ on Jun 24, 2015
  • Coach Robb's Quick Tips: Should you supplement to ride your best?
    I received a phone call from a rider who wanted to know if taking vitamins was going to help him recover from Epstein Barr . The answer is maybe. The key to any level of health, wellness and ultimately performance is consistent intake of fresh fruits, vegetables and lean protein. Nutrition is literally that simple. Supplementation is designed to...

    Posted by Coach Robb on Jun 23, 2015
  • Kali Protectives Shiva
    Kali Protectives designed out their new Shiva helmet under the premise that lighter and smaller helmets are safer. The Kali Shiva helmet is one of the lightest DOT approved helmets on the market and is approximately 30% sm...

    Posted by ElleDubs on Jun 22, 2015
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Rider Discussion

Looking for a natural cure for blocked coronary arteries

I need advise on my heart condition. Five years ago I had two stents fitted in my left anterior descending ventricle.   Recently I went to my Cardiologist after not feeling to sprightly and basically failed my stress ECG after just a couple of minutes on the treadmill (I was still walking on...

$5,000 farm truck

Looking for a farm truck probably mid 90's ford. Pros and cons of 460 vs. 351?

OREGON - Community Workshops Scheduled Across The Blue Mo...

The Forest Service need and want your help in the continuing efforts to update the Forest Plans across the Blue Mountains National Forests -- including the Malheur, Umatilla, and Wallowa-Whitman National Forests. In July and August there will be several opportunities for you to get involved and t...

rm85 ported cylinder carb swap?

hello all    i recently purchased a rm85 ported cylinder. I presume i will need to change the jetting to stop it running lean. I have access to a ktm 85 keihin carb...could i just swap the carbs as the ktm is a race motor thanks 

Backfiring and 'barking'

Was coming back from town yesterday and all of a sudden the L began to backfire and 'bark' with two sharp 'bangs' out the exhaust, then back to normal and puttered on. Got home, pulled plug fine, just put in fresh tank of 91, air filter clean, fuel controller set correctly, valves were checked la...

250f enduro?

Hey I am currently riding a 09 crf230 and I was wondering what bike to get next I ride in mostly tight trails and I weigh around 55kg and I'm 13 I'm not sure of my height but I'll find out. I think I want to get a 250f enduro bike but not sure which one can u please give me some info on 250f endu...

350 Warriors

I have 2 offers going for Warriors. The first one is a '95 with new top end, piston, and rings. The owner says it still smokes but it's gradually getting better after 2 hours of idle and light riding. Other than the smoking, the owner says there's no problems. He was asking 1200. The sec...

Your best quad

Title is a bit misleading unless you think about it lol, but if you could have only 2 quads, 1 from '14-'15 and 1 from pre-1990, what would they be? One UTE and one Sport? Both sport or both utility? And why did you choose the 2 that you did? Which of the 2 would you choose if you could only choo...

Ltz 400 2008

What is the best aftermarket carburetor for a 2008 ltz 400.

02 Triumph Sprint st 955i exhaust and tune up

Hey guys just got a triumph sprint 995i that I traded for my Harley. Got a couple questions though. I'm looking to get a new exhaust for it since it has stock that is not loud. I firmly believe loud pipes save lives. But I am very particular in the sound I'm looking for and I figured you guys wou...

2015 Versys basic engine shared with more than the 650 Ni...

Are there any atv's or another bike other than the Ninja that would share some basic engine parts? Anyone know?

First street bike zx14

I have rode dirtbikes for years and pretty well i may add, i want a street bike but i have one little problem. im 6"6 and 225 lbs and i look dumb sitting on a 1000 or smaller would it be unherd of to get a zx14 for a first, they fit me good being a big body style

used sled price market

Im getting my feelers out there to unload my 2003 Arctic Cat 800 EFI 151 sled. Bought as a project, added parts to it to get it running, as it runs great now. Just needs finishing touches to be rideable. Mostly cosmetic, seat recovered & hood painted. Has a few extra parts to go with it as we...

Good cheap sleds for a hard rider

Hi I have an sp500 but the problem is that it doesn't have enough power to keep me happy. I want to sell it and get a bigger machine for about 5500 or cheaper. Sounds like a plan, there are f7's, pro x 800's and rev chassis mxz's but how would they handle jumps compared to my sno pro. The key wo...

Should I trade for a 91 polaris indy?

I have my dirtbike for sale on craigslist for $1800 and a guy is offering me a 1991 polaris indy 500 and cash. The sled looks pretty decent other than the front bumper. My bike is a 98 cr125 with kayaba shocks, v force reeds, a pro circuit pipe and a few other things. Would it be a fair enough tr...

Jetski hull

I have a 93 750sx and I took the jet pump off and the nuts in the hull seem sorta loose. Is that normal

2002 Seadoo XP help!

Hey guys, I have a real tricky problem have a 2002 seadoo XP runs amazing on trailer and hooked to hose and soon as she's in the water it won't run and when it does won't take throttle about 1500 rpm. Carbs are rebuilt and compression on both cylinders is 135 psi. Only thing I've changed was t...

In need of a 750sx hull

I need a 750sx hull. Needs to be in a semi decent shape. Around dutchess county area

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  • BEST BRAP FOR YOUR BUCK: Performance Upgrades Under $200
    Apr 07, 2015 09:13 AM
    It’s no secret that riding and racing off road machines can be insanely expensive. Sure, maybe not as much as many other forms of motorsports, but pricey none-the-less. Engine modifications, suspension upgrades, complete exhaust systems, these all cost a fortune but can help give you the edge whe...
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