Q&A with Ryan Villopoto - Return of a Champion

He's back! Ryan Villopoto announced last month he's coming out of retirement and returning to Supercross. Well, not exactly, but kind of, sort of. He's not returning to Supercross the way many of his fans surely want but he's definitely racing t...

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5 Ways to Make Supercross More Exciting

Supercross has gotten some heat lately. So much, in fact, a new fan might think based on what's posted, written, and/or discussed online, that baseball offers more exciting action. Apparently it's all that Ryan Dungey's fault. ...

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The Top 17 Overused Words During Podium Interviews

If you want to be a Motocross rider, make that a true Motocross star it's imperative you know how to talk like one. Forget learning to ride, grabbing the holeshot and stepping on the podium - a 100 percent, for sure, pumped up rider who is just ...

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Dirt Bike Content

Product of the Week: Cylinder Works Cylinder

When it comes to repairing and replating a cylinder for your dirt bike or ATV you don't want to take the easy way out. Unless the easy way out means installing a Cylinder Works Cylinder. Most riders prefer sticking with an OEM cylinder which equ...

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Dirt Bike Suspension Setup - Save Money - Do It Yourself

Perhaps you've heard. It's one of the best improvements any rider can perform on their dirt bike. It's better than an aftermarket exhaust, tires, handlebars or clutch system. It's even better than race gas. OK, that's a joke, ra...

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6 Tips for Dirt Bike and ATV Winter Storage

Riders in southern states can't fathom the idea of storing their dirt bikes or ATVs during the winter but for some where cold reigns supreme - starting just about now - packing it in and waiting for the spring thaw is often the only opt...

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Dirt Bike Wheels Upgrade - What You Need to Know

Installing aftermarket wheels on your dirt bike offers some performance gains, but who are we kidding, it's the slickest and quickest upgrade possible that turns your ride from a stock wannabe into a racing machine. Color combi...

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Q&A with Geoff Lance - A MotoSport Sponsored Rider

Geoff Lance's introduction to dirt bike riding certainly didn't go as planned and ended very much the way many hope doesn't happen. He broke his arm. But like all youngsters, he healed and got over it, but didn't throw his leg over a bike again ...

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Product of the Week: Torc1 Racing Shift Lever & Brake Pedal Combo

Torc1 Racing entered the Moto market a few years back with a solid line-up of control parts and now the company offers an easy, moderately priced and slick-looking upgrade with their Reaction Shift Lever and Motion Brake Pedal Combo. The lever ...

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Motocross Riding Tips with Gary Semics: Multiple Berms in Corners

Railing berms (ruts) fast, takes a lot of skill and doing this with multiple berms raises the bar even more. It takes doing all the techniques correctly while maintaining balance, controlling the lean amount of your body and the bike and contro...

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Product of the Week: Turner Performance Products Aluminum Rear Sprocket

Turner Performance Products adds a touch of color and a bit of weight loss to their newest edition for drive performance with the aluminum rear sprocket. Turner makes this sprocket with the same lightweight 7075-T6 billet aluminum that other pop...

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Intake Upgrade - What You Need to Know

The engine on your dirt bike or ATV needs to breath therefore helping it expand its "lung" capacity presents an ideal way to boost power and performance. The most cost effective and easiest course of action is to upgrade the in...

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Product of the Week: Hot Rods Countershaft Seal Kit

It's certainly an odd place for an oil leak but the countershaft seal located behind the front sprocket is the most common culprit causing a mess on your dirt bike and garage floor. Getting at the leak is a small process but once you've removed t...

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