Thursday, November 14, 2019

Dirt Bike Product Reviews

We spend our money so you don’t waste yours! Our product reviews are here to help you make an informed decision on your next purchase for your Dirt Bike!

How About Some Random Reviews?

Leatt Neck Brack Fly Neck Brace

Rider Protection Review: Leatt GPX / Fly Valor Neck Brace

The Leatt neck brace is also designed to work with YOU. The brace comes with different spacers to adjust the size, and angle wedges to adjust the rear thoracic support. So instead of the brace just sitting on your shoulders it works with your body.

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Accessory Review: Outlaw Racing Easy Pull Clutch System

The Outlaw Racing Easy Pull clutch system (OREP) looks like an easy – and more importantly, cheap – way to lighten the clutch on your dirt bike. Outlaw Racing claims a 30% decrease in clutch pull resistance with this system, so I put it to the test to see if these claims are accurate…

Race Tech Gold Shock Valve Kit Parts

Suspension Review: Race Tech Gold Shock Valve Kit

As serious dirt bike riders, we spend a good bit of our time tweaking our bikes to suit our personal tastes and goals. The more fine-tuned to our needs we can make the bike, the better off our rides (and times) will be. So, the more we can tweak the better, especially if it results in more control over the bike…

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This D.I.Y. Balance Board Will Improve Your Dirt Bike Riding!

For the past few years, I’ve been using a 2×4 on a dumbbell for balance practice as part of my workout circuit. I went this route because an Indo board cost around $200 and f**k you! $200 for a piece of wood and a cylinder?

SDG Complete Seat Assembly

Body Parts Review: SDG Dirt Bike Seat Assembly

I don’t have to tell you how crucial seats are to your overall performance, comfort, and enjoyment as a dirt bike rider. And unfortunately, not all OEM dirt bike seats are the definition of comfort. As a matter of fact, some are downright uncomfortable. And yet others just don’t have the durability to withstand…

BikeMaster Fork Seal Installer

Bearings & Seals Review: BikeMaster Fork Seal Driver

When you see oil dripping out of one or both of your front forks, that’s usually a good indication that it’s time to replace your fork seals. If left unattended, the oil leaking from the fork could end in you crashing your dirt bike; not to mention that running something without oil that should have oil in it is never…

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