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You Are What You Eat

by David Segal CPFT., ACE., AFAA., PFIT. You are what you eat Because we all ride, race or workout at different times, the following suggestions should be incorporated into your training regimen as you consider the time of day that you will perform. Training for riding calls for an understanding of the benefit that the proper foods can do for your energy levels and body strength. If you live on…

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How to Clean a Motorcycle Chain on Your Motocross Bike

4 Steps To a Clean Chain Sponsored by First thing. Never, never, never use a pressure washer to clean your chain! Pressurized water will kill a chain faster than you can imagine. Stay away from your chain with that pressure washer, clean and lubricate your chain regularly (after every ride) and your chain and sprockets will last significantly longer. With just a few products and 20 minutes of your time,…

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Eating Sensibly

What you need to understand about food labels. If you’re like most people who ride dirt bikes, you ride, do some sort of excersize in-between riding, and you try to eat sensibly. Yet you still can’t shake those last few pounds, the ones that hang over your kidney belt giving you “Dunlaps” Disease (when your belly dun-lap over your belt). If you want o stay lean and mean or want…

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The High Cost Of Riding

The other day I overheard a guy talking to his wife about a new dirt bike he “needed” to buy. It seems his trusty old XR400 just wasn’t living up to his expectations and he wanted to buy a brand new model. His wife, a non-rider explained to him that she couldn’t understand why he needed another bike, let alone a new one. Her argument was that they have to…

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ASV Inventions Solo Sag Tool

From ASV Inventions – The Solo Sag Scale Simply attach the clamp (the ASV knob) to your rear fender, insert the rubber cone into your rear axle, climb on and move the slider into position. It’s a snap! The Solo Sag Scale is designed to enable you to adjust your suspension sag without the aid of a pit crew. And while it does do as it claims, we found getting…

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