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MOTOCROSS PRO RIDING TACTICS: CONQUER RUTTE...

Apr 14, 2009Comments off1360 Views

Jeff Ward’s school is in session The deep rutted corner offers one of the scariest visuals in all of motocross. It conjures up cross rutting,

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PRO RIDING TACTICS: STUCK? CONQUERING THE D...

Apr 07, 2009Comments off685 Views

The Picture: A sharp turn out of a slimy river bottom, the rise is dramatic, albeit short and abrupt. The rut is fairly deep and

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HOW TO: ADJUST YOUR KEIHIN FCR LEAK SET, R&...

Mar 25, 2009Comments off6139 Views

The modern high performance four-stroke engine is, for the most part, strapped with using carburetors, albeit the incredible Keihin FCR unit, which until now has

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HOW TO: BREAK A CHAIN, WITH THE RIGHT TOOL,...

Mar 18, 2009Comments off691 Views

Over the years we’ve witnessed some horrendous attempts at a simple chain install. More often than not, you’re going to have to size the new

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PRO RIDING TACTICS: HAMMERING WHOOPS, ANDRE...

Mar 17, 2009Comments off1196 Views

“When you enter the whoops, have your body in the attack position and keep your weight neutral on the bike with your arms and legs

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TECH: CHAIN AND SPROCKET DONE RIGHT, SINK Y...

Mar 13, 2009Comments off2258 Views

Neglect is one thing. But your motorcycle is much better off with no attention than with an assault from misguided wrenches. Even something as simple

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HOW TO: CHANGE YOUR FORK SEALS, SAVE BIG BU...

Mar 11, 2009Comments off1677 Views

Fork seals leak; it’s part of the dirt world and has actually increased in the last few years as manufacturers constantly strive for less stiction

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PRO MOTO TACTICS: CORNERING WITH BOBBY BOND...

Mar 10, 2009Comments off1479 Views

THE MAIN KEY IN DIRT BIKE SPEED When you watch any pro, be it James Stewart, Russell Bobbitt or Bobby Bonds, they all carry tremendous

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PLATE TECH TUNE-ITS: BASKET BASICS, THE RIG...

Mar 06, 2009Comments off1579 Views

Most of the parts on your bike are hard to improve. This isn’t 1977 anymore; the O.E. makers have learned to do it right over

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SUSPENSION TECH: IN YOUR OWN GARAGE

Mar 05, 2009Comments off1554 Views

HOW TO CHANGE YOUR BEAT-DOWN FORK OIL Last month in the February issue, with the help of Kendall Norman’s mechanic Scot Gustafson, we showed you

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TECH: MISSION REFRESH, BREATHING SOME NEW L...

Feb 27, 2009Comments off1573 Views

Four-strokes have the reputation of being time bombs. With neglect and abuse they most certainly are, but with love and care you can keep that

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COLD WEATHER RIDING PREPARATION

Feb 11, 2009Comments off5021 Views

The following story about Cold Weather Preparation came to us courtesy of Enduro Engineering. Since they’re based in Michigan and spend a considerable amount of

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TY DAVIS MUD TIPS Mind over matter

Aug 27, 2006Comments off915 Views

TY DAVIS? MUD TIPS Mind over matter California-bred, former Supercross, National Enduro, current National Hare and Hound champion Ty Davis is the one guy who

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NECESSSARY ITEMS FOR A BEGINNING RIDER

Jun 07, 2006Comments off691 Views

NECESSSARY ITEMS FOR A BEGINNING RIDER BOOTS Boots are an obvious essential while on the track. While serving superior ankle and heel protection, a high

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REWORKING YOUR GOGGLES

Oct 16, 2005Comments off674 Views

REWORKING YOUR GOGGLES Eyeballs tend to be soft, squishy things. Rocks tend to be hard, cruel things that can easily damage soft squishy things like

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WHEN AND WHERE TO USE THREAD GOOP

Oct 16, 2005Comments off801 Views

WHEN AND WHERE TO USE THREAD GOOP   Once upon a time you could dip your bike in cement and it wouldn?t be enough. Bikes

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HOW TO REBUILD YOUR CARBURETOR

Oct 16, 2005Comments off988 Views

HOW TO REBUILD YOUR CARBURETOR If your bike is running poorly, or not running at all, it probably has a carburetor problem?or three. Once properly

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR HELMET

Oct 16, 2005Comments off639 Views

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR HELMET Helmets, even the high-buck ones, can only absorb a big impact once. One good hit, and the styrofoam liner

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SCOTT SUMMERS-YOUR MOTORCYCLE’S TRAIN...

Oct 16, 2005Comments off1166 Views

SCOTT SUMMERS-YOUR MOTORCYCLE’S TRAINING PROGRAM If you are gullible enough, winning is a lot easier. Why? Because the biggest step in the whole process is

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SCOTT SUMMERS-WRAP IT UP..THE LAST LAP

Oct 16, 2005Comments off682 Views

SCOTT SUMMERS-WRAP IT UP…THE LAST LAP When it comes right down to it, your start doesn’t matter. Your first lap, and who’s leading who through