THE WEEKLY FEED: GAYLON MOSIER CAPTURED, VIDEOS THAT ROCK AND OFF-ROAD CHAOS

CAPTURED

Gaylon raced for several factories including Honda, Maico and Kawasaki. Gaylon was the embodiment of the classic 70ā€™s motocross star- outgoing, long haired and totally loose in his racing style. We lost him way too early when he was killed in a training accident after a ten-year career racing Nationals and Supercross. Here he’s racing his Wheelsmith Maico, Fox Air Shock equipped and Gaylon the epitome of style.

 

NEWS

 

SOCIAL DISTORTION

Graham Jarvis getting dirty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VIDEO JUKEBOX

CLASSIC RED BULL STRAIGHT RHYTHM – JAMES VERSUS MALCOLM STEWART

 

 

 

 

 

GEAR BAG

 

SLAVENS RACING: Lucky Cartridge Fork System by MX Tech
MX Tech set out to develop a fork kit that would solve the issues by adding dual compression and rebound cartridges. These dual cartridges distribute valving equally between the both forks. Each side also has leaf spring mid-valves, optimized pressure balance and provides a broad performance profile for riders who expect a plush ride while maintaining excellent traction and control. Traditional stock bottoming control system is limited in that it can’t manage multiple speeds or accelerations inside its travel. Stock systems can be adjusted to provide good control for either low or high-speed bottoming, but doing so limits the ability to absorb the other. The MXT Huck Valve manages the limitations of typical bottoming control systems.Ā The Huck Valve has speed sensitive bottoming control, by incorporating a pressure sensitive valving mechanism. This allows for both high entry speeds and low entry speeds effectively. MXT Huck Valve equipped forks allows the set-up to be plusher while not sacrificing the overall control of the fork.Ā $900.00

www.slavensracing.com

 

Warp 9 RacingĀ Pro Lock Titanium Rim Lock
Warp 9’s new Pro Lock Titanium Rim Lock is a modern take on an outdated design and made to meet the demands of modern-day riders. The Pro Lock comes complete with a forged aluminum body, burnt Titanium bolts, and a 7075 T6 Tower Nut. The base washer is also perfectly machined to seamlessly match each rims curvature and won’t work itself loose over time. The titanium construction reduces weight by over half than OEM. Sizes are available for Motocross, Enduro, and Dual Sport wheels. $19.95

Ā www.warp9racing.com

WOLF: BACK IN THE DAY

Love this shot! Brother Mike took it while we were practicing in 1980. The bike was my race machine, a Can-Am 400. I fit it with the 38mm KYB’s off of our 1980 Yamaha YZ250 test bike , along with the front wheel and brake assembly. I raced for Kolbe Cycles, Andy (Kolbe) was a close friend and mentor and played a huge role in my being able to race enduros at a high level.

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