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Tech Tip: Installing Flo Motorsports Pro 160 Dirt Bike Levers
June 29, 2018
From skimming across high speed ruts and withstanding the hard jolts of casing a jump, to banging off the occasional tree or rock dirt bikes are designed and built to take a lot of abuse. It’s amazing how sometimes you can take a high speed tumble with the bike even... Read More
Tech Tip: How To Replace And Lube A Clutch Cable
June 20, 2018
The clutch cable on a dirt bike has to put up with a lot of abuse. From repetitive shifting to mud, dirt, rocks, and impacts affecting its overall performance. If you don’t keep tabs on your clutch cable you could be stuck on the side of the track or trail... Read More
June 19, 2018
If you are serious about racing dirt bikes then you’ll typically start looking at other performance enhancements beyond the standard parts and accessories like exhausts and wheels that most riders swap out. We’re talking about looking for ways to cut down the overall weight or maybe even fine tune the... Read More
Tech Tip: Air Fork Setup Presented By Vital MX
June 18, 2018
Dirt bike suspension can be a highly debatable topic and things can get pretty heated when settings and adjustments comes up. What may work for one rider may be totally different than what another rider of the same, height, weight, and skill may like—it really does come down to personal... Read More
Tech Tip: Pro Taper Hour Meter Install
June 15, 2018
Unlike your car or truck that has an odometer to tell you how many miles are on your vehicle or how far you’ve traveled, most stock dirt bikes don’t have any method or keeping track of how many miles you’ve ridden. Actually, most dirt bike riders aren’t so concerned with... Read More
 Tech Tips: Installing a Seat Cover Presented by Viral MX
June 8, 2018
While your dirt bike tires are necessary to provide traction across the dirt, your dirt bike seat is key to providing grip to keep your butt glued to the motorcycle under extreme acceleration. Actually, it’s the seat cover that’s supposed to keep you locked onto the bike. However, after hours... Read More
Tech Tips: Shock Spring Removal Presented by Vital MX
June 8, 2018
Did you recently get a new dirt bike and notice that the rear shock doesn’t feel quite right? Is it too spongy or too stiff? If you’ve tried making adjustments and still aren’t satisfied with the feel or the handling then it could be that you are either too light... Read More
Tech Tips: Replacing and Bleeding Brake Lines Presented by Vital MX
June 8, 2018
Of all the things people regularly check and maintain on their dirt bike, the brake fluid is extremely vital but often overlooked. In order to ride fast you have to be able to stop fast and burnt brake fluid or leaking brake lines won’t cut it. If you’re going to... Read More
Chaparral Motorsports is Going Dirt Biking With Suburban Delinquent
May 25, 2018
Chaparral Motorsports recently partnered with popular YouTube motovlogger Suburban Delinquent and is sponsoring his offroad adventures on a Yamaha WR250F. SubD is a highly experienced street rider and has logged tens of thousands of miles on his Suzuki GSXR 750 (he’s hoping to hit 100K), but what he doesn’t have... Read More
Tech Tips: How-To Remove and Grease You Motorcycle Linkage Presented by Vital MX
May 7, 2018
Beside your dirt bike suspension, there are other components on your motorcycle that are continually moving. The rear shock, swingarm, linkage, and bell crank are all connected and move together to allow the rear of your motorcycle to absorb all the bumps and jumps. In order for the linkage and bell... Read More
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