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Equipments / 19.10.2015

Alpinestar Motocross Boots Review [wp_ad_camp_4] If you are going to race motocross, let alone ride dirt bikes, you better have the proper protective gear. One of the first articles of protection for your body should be boots. These come right after a helmet for importance because you need your feet and legs almost every minute of every day. I don't know about you, but that seems like a lot of time! I have been wearing a pair of Alpinestar Tech 4 motocross boots and they have been a great addition to...

Engine, Motocross / 18.10.2015

250cc Motocross - Two Or Four Stroke? [wp_ad_camp_4] 250cc 2-stroke vs. 250cc 4-stroke If you're looking to get into racing motocross at AMA sanctioned tracks and are wondering which bike to buy for the 250cc class, then pay attention. Although the four-strokes have pretty much taken over the motocross market lately, it seems that there are a lot of people trying to bring back the two-strokes, and it seems to be working. AMA made it legal so that a 250cc two-stroke can run in the same class as a 250cc four-stroke....

Motocross, Motorcycle / 17.10.2015

5 Best Motocross Bikes of The Decade [wp_ad_camp_4] This past decade saw much change and technological advances compared to the 1990's. The Pro National scene went from 99.9% of the bikes being two-stroke (Yamaha's YZ400 was about the only thumper out there in the late 90's). 2001 was the beginning of the end for the 125 2-stroke because of the YZ250F, and soon after the other companies followed suite. By 2006 the scenario had done a complete 180. Within the past 10 years, there have been some atrociously made bikes,...