Motocross to the Extreme
Not every kid is ready for a 224-pound, 250cc four-stroke—we buy a used $700 minicycle that can race the Supermini, 125 two-stroke and 250 Novice classes For more information, go to Tom Morgan Racing at www.morganracingengines.com and Race Tech atwww.racetech.com.
I get a lot of questions on which foot pegs to use on motocross bikes and we have mainly been using the cast Titanium pegs from Works Connection with great result and they are priced very well for a durable Ti peg set. However, for some projects to find additional fitment we have gone to
On the cover and inside the January issue of ATV Action (page 58-62)
Here is a update to the RMZ450 we recently shot. Look for it in print, in the next issue of Racer X.
Here is a video that goes along with the 250 Big bore shootout we did a few months back.
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REM and Glen Helen do a great job– And Myra is so Awesome! Cylinder Works KXF269cc for the REM Holeshot!
It’s the most wonderful time of year! Yes, especially with a new RMZ250 and a MX11 on some freshly rain-watered California dirt it is truly amazing.
JCE racer Cody Brownfield and Jay Clark have now logged over 40 hours on the Dirt Bike Magazine project Yamaha YZ269cc. Cody is racing REM and Triple Crown events in So Cal. The 2012 model has proven to be very reliable and perform well with all of the mods. The
Six new 2013 250’s ready for a Dirt Rider Shootout. And a new Honda 450 for a cover shoot all with new Dunlop MX 51’s ready to go.
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There are some good companies getting into Motocross that have been in the industrial and automotive industries. Well, LOCTITE is a brand I have used all of my life is now a big part of the MX & SX circuit. They have some great products that you can trust and are readily available. Glad to
Check out this great MXA Review on the CV4 High Temp Rad caps.
Check out this MXA story on rebuilding your Two-Stroke top end. Vertex Pistons, Cometic and Millennium Tech made it all happen.
I was able to go back and visit the main company I work with C&L (Hot Rods, Pivot Works, Hot Cams, Cylinder Works, Vertex and now Ossa) – Boy that is a mouthful to say. I had a great time and it is amazing how much is always going on there. There will always be
AlpineStar Tech 8s My favorite boots just got a lot better. The Alpinestar Tech 8’s are now over one pound lighter(less weight hanging out there and potentially less stress on knee). They have much easier to use buckles, better soles and extra hard plastic on the right boot where you hit the foot-peg when
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