THE WEEKLY FEED, DECEMBER 2, 2015

BLAST FROM THE PAST

Thanks to Mark Kiel!!

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From Mark Kiel’s moto library: “A real group of motorcycle racing legends at 1977 Olympiad motorcycle race at Orange County International Raceway, from right to left: Team Maico’s the late Gaylon Mosier, Harley Davidson’s Marty Tripes, Kawasaki’s Gary Semics, On Any Sunday’s Malcolm Smith behind Gary, Can-Am’s Jeff Smith, Husqvarna’s Larry Roeseler, On Any Sunday’s Jim Rice behind LR, and Tom & Jack Penton.”

THE 2-STROKE DREAM : EPIC 125 SESSION

Turn up those speaker and enjoy the sweet sound of a Mitch Payton hand ported & polished Pro Circuit race engine.

OFF-ROAD RIDING TECHNIQUES – CORNERING OBSTACLES WITH MIKE BROWN

CHAPARRAL PRESENT CHRISTMAS COUNTDOWN : AMERICAN KARGO ROLLER BAGS

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MOOSE RACING FUEL TREATMENT

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MSRP: $8.95

  • Treats 48 gallons of fuel
  • Use 1 ounce for 6 gallons of fuel
  • Helps prevent ethanol fuel problems
  • Use at every fill up
  • Prevents gum, varnish and other fuel debris
  • Treats water in fuel
  • Stabilizes gas
  • Improves performance and fuel economy
  • Made in the USA

FOX STAR WARS HELMET!

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Word has it that Fox offered up 250 of their Star Wars V3 helmets a cool $1000.00 per lid and they sold out in hours! Here’s a look at the helmet and a cool vid that Fox has on their site.

Fox is excited to be releasing a series of Limited Edition Star Wars Helmets, beginning with the R2D2-inspired V3 Helmets and V1 Youth Helmets. The V3 Helmet is trusted by the best starship fighter pilots out there, while the Youth V1 Helmet offers pro-level protection for the jedi of tomorrow. Both helmets are designed to look just like Luke Skywalker’s iconic sidekick, R2D2. You can search from here to a galaxy far, far away and you’re not going to find another moto helmet like it.

Design & Function:

MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System)

Shell – Multi composite construction

Fit – 3 shell and 4 eps sizes for a precise fit

Protection – Dual density EPS liner

Comfort – Dri-Lex comfort liner

Venting – 14 intake and 4 Exhaust vents for optimum airflow

Certification – Exceeds ECE 22.05 and DOT certifications

Only available in size Large

Serial numbered

Limited quantities produced

Certificate of authenticity included with helmet

Special hard box wrapped in cellophane

Limit 1 per customer

Non-refundable

Retail Cost $ 1,000

https://youtu.be/3KM57IGDDmM

PRO CIRCUIT SILICONE RADITOR HOSES
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Upgrade your 2016 KX450F or 2015-16 RM-Z450 with a
high-performance radiator hose kit from Pro Circuit. Made from premium grade silicone hose
material that withstands higher temperature and increased pressure much better than OEM hoses, the Pro Circuit Radiator Hose kit is a must have for serious riders.
www.procircuit.com

Race Tech Bottoming Separators

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Add increased bottoming resistance and damping control on the second half of the stroke.  Now available from Race Tech are Bottoming Separators for Showa TAC forks (KX450F, RMZ450), Showa SFF Spring Forks (KX250F, RMZ250), and Showa Triple-Air Forks (CRF250R).  Race Tech has two variations, one for Motocross and one for Supercross to control damping and prevent from blowing through the stroke. These bottoming separators are reversable to provide two positions of engagement with 20mm of difference.

Retail Price: $89.99

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AFTER SHOCK FEATURING CODY WEBB

This is one fun video put together from the infamous T. Fant. Enjoy!

DAY IN THE DIRT!

Here’s a killer photo smack of the ‘Day in the Dirt’ from our own Spencer Rathkamp.

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ENDUROCROSS CHAMPION WEBB…AH CODY WEBB!

 

 

WOLF: BACK IN THE DAY

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The year, 1989. The place, Idaho City qualifier. The results? Pretty grim, I’d had a pretty bad crash the year before, needed some hardware in my left knee and really couldn’t bend it. Just missed making the U.S. ISDE squad and then had the bolts taken out shortly afterwards. Made the team in 1990! The bike, a KX250 modded by Klemm Research into a 285. Great scoot, good bottom power and excellent suspension. I was just a physical wreck at the time.

 

 

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