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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A Fan's Guide to Motocross

The 2015 Motocross season is in full swing and if you've never been to one or have attended many but find it such an ordeal you swear every year you're not going back then this guide is for you. But first, before we begin, understand that...

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A Beginner's Guide To Motocross Classes

Class A. Class B. Class C. And sometimes D. The initiated already know the Motocross classes. Besides why else would you know how to sandbag? For those just getting into Motocross racing, knowing what class to enter is crucial to not only...

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Dirt Bike Riding Tips

Motocross Riding Tips with Gary Semics - The Scrub Made Simple

Gary Semics tells us how to do the scrub. For more videos from MotoSport, click here! About Gary Semics: I have found that I have a real knack for teaching and it has become my goal ...

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Stuck Throttle! Now What?

Little else brings joy to a rider on a dirt bike than the green light to pin it. Little else terrifies a rider on a dirt bike when that pin gets stuck. A stuck throttle causes all sorts of havoc to rider and machine because it's unpredictable an...

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Motocross Riding Tips with Gary Semics - Clearing A Jump

Clearing a jump right out of a corner can be difficult for beginners. The Seat Bouncing Techniques are usually the best techniques to use in these situations. In order to get the most out of the seat bouncing techniques for sho...

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Motocross Riding Tips with Gary Semics - Jumps

The first time you hit a big jump, how do you know how fast to hit it? I've been asked this question hundreds of times. The best rider I've known at doing this is Kevin Windham. You've probably seen him doing huge Supercross transfers on TV duri...

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Whiskey Throttle Vs. Panic Rev

It evokes laughter and must-watch moments on YouTube. Most associate it with rookies or first time riders though it kind of, sort of ended Ryan Villopoto's career. Whiskey Throttle (or Whisky throttle in countries without an "e" in their name). ...

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Sweep Your Way to the Holeshot

There's nothing worse than losing a Moto before the gate drops. It can happen and it all starts with the Start. When it comes to Motocross there is no one single most important component to winning. There's a variety of elements intertwining t...

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Is It Time For New Dirt Bike Foot Pegs?

Got pegs? Dirt bike foot pegs. You need them or you can't ride. At least very well. And to ride well, you need foot pegs that provide grip and feel comfortable as you shift, brake and hold on for dear life. Mo...

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Tips for Riding Dirt Bikes in Mud

We all remember Budds Creek. That's when Justin Barcia won his first career 450 class Motocross round and eventual champ Ryan Dungey hit the dirt in not only a rare crash but a rare header. It didn't phase him much. He got up a...

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How To Do a Wheelie On a Dirt Bike

The best way to really impress people and show off like a boss is popping a wheelie on your dirt bike. Okay, NOT! But you're going to do it anyway so we might as well give you some instruction on the proper way to do a wheelie so you don't hurt...

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How to Jump a Dirt Bike

Launching off a jump and flying through the air is probably one of the most intoxicating aspects to riding a dirt bike but also the hardest to learn. It's not for the faint of heart but for those who can master it, taking those jumps is what...

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