Throwback Thursday 2010 GAS GAS EC250 Review

Our first ride on the EC250 was on a wide, fast, rough motocross track. We did this to break in the suspension and get a fee for the power it produced. Whacking the throttle wide open is feasible on a track. Most of the trails we ride are tight and twisty and don’t provide such opportunities. On the

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New From Arai Helmets Inc. – the VX-Pro4

Following up on the highly acclaimed VX-Pro3 model,Arai Helmets Inc., is proud to announce its worthy successor: the all-new VX-Pro4. New features abound on the VX-Pro4’s exterior. An updated chin bar vent grill. Updated Air-Through top front, top rear and side port ducts greatly improve ventilation on the VX-Pro4, while also being easier to clean and maintain compared to the VX-Pro3. To aid with goggle strap positioning, the VX-Pro4 features…

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Riding Technique – Advanced Braking

While in the air you want to prepare yourself for the braking by putting your finger/s onto the brake lever and getting ready to begin slowing down as soon as you land. Here I am landing on the top of the down slope which soaks up quite a bit of speed and helps with the breaking.

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Riding Technique – River Crossing by Paul Aschmann

Click on image to view complete article If you are trail riding or racing on the Eastern part of the US, at some point you are going to come across a stream, a creek, or a small river that you will have to cross. in most cases it’s a fairly easy path to the other side. But in some cases it can be tricky. Consider these tips while navigating the…

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2014 NCVHSA Race in Chester, SC

“You meet the nicest people on a Honda” kept rolling through my mind as I walked through the pit area. Admiring, one after another, motorcycles that would be more likely nestled gently in someone’s private collection or on display in a museum than on a stand waiting to be ridden. Running over and over in my head was the famous ad slogan created by Grey Advertising in 1962 for the…

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