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How to Make Exhaust Quieter on a Dirt Bike

Loud exhausts might save lives on the street but on the track or trail most riders prefer the "silence is golden" treatment. A loud exhaust can damage hearing, elicit a call from an annoyed neighbor and prevent you from competing in a sanctioned...

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How To Find a Good Dirt Bike Mechanic

Always assume some risk when leaving your dirt bike in the hands of a qualified mechanic. People make mistakes and sometimes people don't always have the best intentions. The best mechanic rests with you. Learn as much about maintenance so the...

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Guy tightening bolts on a dirt bike

How To Keep Dirt Bike Bolts Tight

Oh man, again!? Another bolt, forever lost in a sea of Motocross dirt. You factory torqued the thing. Over and over. Only this time it managed to free itself. Probably somewhere over a triple. You ever go around your house with a screwdriver...

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How To Get a Most Comfortable Motorcycle

What could be possibly better than going out for a quick little ride on your motorcycle? The answer: Riding all day, for several days or weeks or months at a time! Touring and travelling on a motorcycle gives you things that you can't get in...

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Bad Clutch Symptoms on a Dirt Bike

Most parts on a dirt bike have manufacturer's recommended intervals in terms of when to replace so you ensure uninterrupted optimum performance. The clutch, however, varies widely and no set timetable exists giving you an idea of when to change...

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How To Prevent Tire Dry Rot

Most people, especially homeowners, know about dry rot and how it affects wood and the damage it can cause. Tires can also suffer from a type of dry rot that motorcycle riders must keep an eye on especially when leaving their bike in storage or...

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How To Ride a Motorcycle in the Rain

Hold on for dear life. Not the words you want to hear when asking for tips on riding your motorcycle in the rain and if that were the case you shouldn't hit the roads anyway on two-wheels. Rain indeed offers a bigger challenge to...

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How To Prepare for Cold Mornings and Warm Days for Dirt Bike Trail Riding

Fall weather usually means a change in temperature and more dirt bikes leaving the track for the trails. Colder mornings hint at the end of summer while the afternoons give sun lovers some hope. A nice change of pace but kind of a hassle for...

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How To Find Hard to Find Parts for a Dirt Bike Rebuild

Some riders like a challenge and one that doesn't involve a triple. Trying out different machines comes with the territory for those who have spent time on a dirt bike. Subtle nuances here, pretty big distinctions there all help define specific...

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Motorcycle Theft Prevention

Some people just can't help themselves. What's yours is mine so they have every right to take what doesn't belong to them and take if for themselves whether for their own enjoyment or to strip down and sell off as parts. Big surprise...

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