Like new Fox Instinct boots. Size 12. Worn for 2 motos at the end of last season. Free shipping so keep in mind that it will cost me approx. $40 to ship them with insurance when making an offer. All offers will be considered. More pictures upon request. Zero wear on soles and comes with extra parts to rebuild buckles. PM me offers or questions.
from the motokazie web site:
"Motokazie is pleased to announce that we have signed a 5 year agreement with the Scott County Fairgrounds. Coming in the next few week Motokazie is installing new lights, new water system, new entrance and most importantly a new track!!! The new design will have a wide motocross feel. Signature big step down table tops, big sand roller section and improved soils. Lap times will be a bit longer. To help you visualize the following will remain: Start Gate, First turn, Tunnel jump and finish line. All other parts will be new! Season opener is April 22nd. 2017 tentative schedule is listed, we may have to change 1 date. We are pleased that all fair races that you regularly attend are back on the schedule."
I'm pumped! I was hoping they'd make a big track here, since it's very close to the west metro area!
I've rode without boots on small trails and on streets for about 2 years. I recently got alpinestar tech 1 mx boots and I had trouble shifting and I was also applying the rear breaks when my feet were relaxed. I've been wearing my boots around very often ( I have walked a little over a mile to break them in) but I still can't ride comfortably. I'm guessing that I have to lower my brake pedal and raise my shit lever, but it could also be my foot placement. I have the arches of my feet on the pegs when I ride. Thanks for any advice you guys have!
Yesterday Tim Gajser dominated at the MXGP of Argentinia and grabbed the red plate with two hands. He rides really smart, calm and committed. Jeffrey Herlings still not at where we all expected and Cairoli with two horrible starts, but still quick...