KX 125 Re-Build – The Ugly Duckling

  In our August / September issue of Eastern Dirt Magazine we showed you how anyone can get into Off-Road with a relatively small investment. For the small sum of $1500.00 we bought a bike and gear. From AXO we bought a helmet, boots, gloves, jersey, and pants. We also purchased a ramp, gas can, tie-downs and an owner’s manual on what seems an impossibly small budget in today’s motorcycle…

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Renthal WorksFit : Handlebar Comparison Tool

Renthal is pleased to announce the launch of their WorksFit™ handlebar comparison tool on their website, developed to help users establish the best bar in the Renthal range for their needs. Using easy to understand overlaid images, WorksFit™ identifies the subtle differences in the handlebars in a visual format to help users make an informed decision on the correct handlebar for their personal requirements. “We’ve long felt that we needed…

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The Rescue Mission, Saving a 2000 KX250 Part III

Part I Part II In part II of the KX250 rebuild, we mentioned these builds have a tendency to snowball into much more than simply getting an engine to run. When a motor looks and runs amazing, wheels and tires look amazing, the plastic should look amazing right? And when you get new plastic you need to add graphics and a new handle bar, and you might as well add…

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Steahly Off Road Flywheel Weight Review

Inertia (i-nûr sh ) n. A law of physics states that “an object at rest tends to remain at rest, and an object in motion tends to remain in motion.” Scientists call these tendencies inertia. Inertia is a way of measuring how hard it is to change the momentum of an object, whether that’s getting it to speed up or getting it to slow down. That depends on how much…

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