By the Wolfster

Kurt Caselli aboard his ‘works’ KTM 250SXF

Another week and Team Dirt Bike hit the localÿ Southern California haunts in our quest to test new equipment, and to justify our existence to the big boss. On Wednesday Adam and TW tested at Piru’s jumpy circuit, Adam spending time on the new YZ250F evaluating exhaust systems while Twebb toyed with the new KTM 450SX and Motion Pro’s Revolver throttle system on a KX450F.


FMF’s new 4.1 gets the track test on the ’10 Honda CRF250R

On Thursday the duo traveled to Glen Helen and while 105-degree temps blistered the track, the crew did a great job of watering the track in an attempt to preserve the traction factor.
Adam and Tom tested the new ’10 KTM250SX-F, a wild new product called Leg Pegs www.legpegs.com (they actually promote a proper body stance in rough terrain) and some FMF exhaust systems for a few of our ’10 model MXers.

The Leg Pegs is a quick bolt-on device the holds you at a strong attack stance.

Your calf actually slides against the Leg Pegs holding it in the proper riding posture.

The Leg Pegs in action.
For more on Leg Pegs go to www.legpegs.com

While there weren’t a lot of high-end moto guys on hand (the Nationals did just end) a gaggle of WORCS racers including Timmy Weigand, Nick Brozovich, Ryan Abbatoye, Brenden Ritzman and Kurt Caselli were on hand putting down long, hard motos. Here’s a quick look at the day:

Mark Tilley tosses around the wicked new KTM 250SX-F

Nick Brozovich turning some laps

FMF’s new Mega Bomb/4.1 system makes for strong enhancements on the 450 KTM

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