THE WEEKLY FEED: THE JAMMER JIMMY WEINERT, EXTREME VIDEO, DIRT BIKE PRODUCTS, SOCIAL POKES

BLAST FROM THE PAST: THE JAMMER

Jimmy Weinert won a total of 22 AMA Nationals and three AMA Championships during his 11-year professional racing career. The Jammer took 500 National Championships in ’74 on a Kawasaki, then ’75 on a Yamaha. He switched back to Kawasaki in 1976, won a Supercross title and finished second to Tony D in the 250 nationals. This photo came from our sister publication Motocross Action from a 1976 National. These Kawa’s were trick, using opaque plastic fork guards, a classic green and white color motif and were painted with the latest ‘moved up’ rear shock technology.

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BULLETPROOF HAND GUARDS INSERTS

Bullet Proof Designs offers a secure  handguard fastening system via  inserts that tap into the end of your handlebars to keep your wrap-around handguards from flopping and twisting while riding. These Bar Inserts are simple to install, will last the lifetime of the handlebars, and serve as a sleek and strong mounting system. The 6061 Aluminum construction minimizes weight and retains the same flex characteristics within the handlebar.

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HOW -TO: Fix your leaking power valve cover on your KTM/HQV

WOLF: BACK IN THE DAY

This is pretty much what my first Six Days looked like for 8-hours a day! Sweden (1990) was rocky, tough and when it rained got slicker than snot. Once I got my DR350 to carburete properly it became less of a handful. Still, the country is mounted on a big rock where the roots grow sideways and I quickly learned why the toughest ISDE riders on the globe came from there.

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