5 things any rider should have on their Christmas list
1. Renthal Chain and Sprocket Kit What is something every rider needs you may ask yourself? Chain and sprockets. How do you know what number of teeth they are running? Easy, just run out to the garage and count the number of teeth on the front (counter shaft sprocket) and the rear sprocket, knowing the […]Continue reading
Gearing for Dirtbikes: Things you need to know about Sprockets & Chains.
About sprockets, teeth, gearing ratios and motocross: We have had some questions about what gearing will work best. While it will vary depending on the rider, the bike, the terrain, and several other factors, We will try to help you understand how it works so that you can make the right choices when picking sprocket […]Continue reading
2013 One Industries Gamma Helmets
Here is a look at the 2013 One Industries Gamma helmet line up. The Gamma helmets are One Industries top line helmet for this years line up and match a lot of the 2013 gear from One ind. One Industries Gamma Helmets are a great top quality helmet with out the $400-600 price tag! […]Continue reading
2013 One Industries MX gear combos!
Check out some of the One Industries 2013 gear combos! One industries makes great gear, We got a chance to meet up with theses guys to check out the 2013 motocross gear line up! If you are riding moto, and your sick of the same old fox, tld, or fly racing gear that every one […]Continue reading
Change Your Wheel bearings.
Replace your wheel bearings man, your wheels don’t even roll! Because we recently went over tire changing in the past few posts, why not talk about wheel bearings while you’re here, right? Wheel bearings are an important part of your bike and are often neglected. Wheel bearings get worn out quickly, especially if you pressure […]Continue reading
Install a Dirtbike tire, The easy way.
Installing a tire can be someone’s worst enemy, lets try to make it easy for you. 1st thing inflate your tube, and install it into the tire. This insures that there will be no twists or pinch points in the tube. DO NOT install the tube when the tire is halfway on the rim. It’s […]Continue reading
Remove a Dirtbike tire, THE EASY WAY!
1st thing, let the air out of the tube by removing the valve stem core, use a vale stem core removing tool. Loosen the nut on your rim lock and leave the nut so that it is still threaded on generously at the end of the rim lock stud. For more information on the tools […]Continue reading
Things to remember when changing a tire, Theres more than just a tire and tube!
The rim is shaped specifically for 2 things: Tire installation, and Bead seating. The most over looked thing about tire installation is that the rim has a valley in the center of it, not just for looks but for purpose! The center area of a rim that dips inward towards the wheel hub and contains […]Continue reading
Are you just buying new tires? What about everything else?
Next I am going to go over some of the things you should consider buying or having on hand when you decide to change your tires. Tires – First you will want a fresh tire or pair of tires that are going to match your wheels, your terrain, and your riding type. Our favorite for […]Continue reading