Grip

Staying in control of your dirt bike is much more than having a firm grip on the handlebars. In fact, trying to steer your bike with only the handlebars is a guaranteed way to increase your chances of arm pump. And what comes after arm pump? Crashing. Here are several easy exercises for increasing your grip and reducing arm pump.

 

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Video: Forget What Your Friends Say, You Need To Find The Right Grips For...

Finding the right Dirt Bike Grip for you and your Dirt Bike is extremely important. Having the correct grip for your hand will help you avoid blisters and even help reduce arm pump. If your dirt bike grips are wrong for you, test out as many grips as you can to find the one that works best for YOU.
Rider Fitness: 3 Benefits of Strengthening Your Grip

Here Are The 3 Biggest Benefits Of Improving Your Grip On Your Dirt Bike

The 3 Biggest Benefits of Improving Your Dirt Bike Grip - As a dirt bike rider, one of the most important techniques you can develop early on in your career is that of dirt bike bike. A better grip (with both arms and legs) will, in most cases, drastically increase your performance in a short amount of time. In this article, I'm going to share with you the major benefits of improving your dirt bike grip and a couple...
Rider Fitness: More Grip More Control

Better Grip Strength Means More Control Of Your Dirt Bike

Whole Body Grip Strength = Full Dirt Bike Control - Are you constantly battling arm pump or having issues maintaining control of your bike? If so, then there’s a good chance you’re not gripping your bike properly. It’s a common mistake many motocross and enduro athletes make, and it can cost you valuable time on the track...
Rider Fitness: Arm Pump

Arm Pump Is The Dirt Rider’s Kryptonite! Learn How To Prevent It!

Arm Pump Prevention and Treatment - There’s nothing worse than the onset of arm pump during the final laps of a race or long ride. Your arms feel like a ton of bricks. You can’t maintain a good grip on your bike. And you practically lose all feeling from the elbow down. By the end of the ride, your arms are completely useless, and all you can do is wait for the pain and numbness to go away...