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 Tech Tips

10 Required Tools in Your Motocross Tool Box

The tool box is one of the most important accessories a rider brings to the track. It contains just about everything needed to keep riding. What doesn't fit goes in a bag or is self-contained. Perhaps even more important than t...

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How To: Helmet Camera Setup

Thanks to YouTube and the masterful technology of GoPro cameras helmet cams continue to flood the internet with at worst, mundane rides through the countryside, and at best, crashes that make the viewer sitting safely in their chair at ...

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How To Clean Dirt Bike Parts

A clean dirt bike sounds like a paradox but in fact describes a well maintained motorcycle that helps lands its owner on the podium. Hosing your bike down after every ride is a necessity but it doesn't stop there. A day of riding pu...

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Help! I Submerged My Dirt Bike In Water

Dirt bikes don't run under water. OK, just thought you'd want to know. But if you ever decide to ride that thin patch of dry land surrounded by a natural forming swimming pool or think the small pond ahead is merely an obstacle that needs its ...

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The MotoSport.com Dirt Bike Pre-Ride Checklist

If there's one thing to remember when planning a ride day on the track or trails it's you won't remember everything. That's why a pre-ride checklist is imperative. If your bike is not dialed in or running on low fluid level...

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How To Clean Dirt Bike Exhaust

That shiny metal object on the rear of your dirt bike that spews out the sweet smell of pre-mix or high octane racing fuel might not be so shiny anymore. Over time, usually a race season, the slip-on to your exhaust system appears a bit grungy a...

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Dirt Bike and ATV Oil Change Guide

Changing the oil in your dirt bike or ATV should rank high on your routine maintenance list and something easily done at home. It's much like changing the oil in your car except you don't have to crawl under the engine. Fresh oil ke...

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10 Really Expensive Adjustments to Improve Dirt Bike Performance

Sometimes money is no object. And if the world were perfect every dirt bike rider would have access to the best and finest aftermarket products available, alas only a lucky few get that shopping spree. Unless you're racing in t...

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12 Inexpensive Adjustments to Improve Dirt Bike Performance

When I was younger with little funds and would work on my car, a used car that is, I always tried to find ways to make it run better, improve its performance and of course make it last longer. Short of simply buying a brand new...

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How To Get Ideal Dirt Bike Tire Pressure

Motocross teams constantly tweak, test and tweak some more to gain the slightest edge over competitors. From chain tension to a small adjustment on the clickers it can all add up to a smoother, faster Moto that keeps the rider at th...

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