Back to School: Motorcycle Training For Street Riders

desert ride

It’s a new year, which means if you’re like most of us you’ve probably made some type of resolution to improve your inner or outer self. Maybe you want to be more patient, strive to smile more, or want to shed a few pounds? How about learning something completely new or improving on the skills […]

Understanding The Basics Of Two-Stroke And Four-Stroke Engine Oil

Engine Oil

Each dirt bike requires its own unique type of engine oil. Understanding which blend of oil to use for your dirt bike does not have to be hard. Instead, you just simply have to think about the variations of your bike and what type of engine you’re using. Two-Stroke Oil vs. Four-Stroke Oil For example, two-stroke […]

Motorcycle Safety Tips: How To Stay Safe When Out On The Road

Country Road

The open road can be fun and freeing, but ask any tenured biker and they will tell you how quickly a Sunday drive can become dangerous. The following motorcycle safety tips are a reminder to bikers everywhere regarding how to stay safe on the road: Gear, Gear And More Gear A rider’s first line of protection […]

What To Do When Your Dirt Bike Won’t Start

Spark Plug

There’s nothing more disappointing than gearing up for a day of tearing up the track only to find out that your dirt bike won’t start. Your prized possession’s problems probably aren’t too serious, so go through a short checklist of probable false-start causes will most likely expose any engine issues and send you off revving right away. […]

Two-Stroke vs Four-Stroke Dirt Bikes – A Beginner’s Guide

2013 Yamaha YZ250F

For dirt bike riders, there’s one common debate that seems to never die – which is better, two-stroke or four-stroke dirt bikes? This argument can spur a lot of arguments between riders, but in the end, there’s really not a correct choice. Instead, choosing a two-stroke or four-stroke is based on personal preference and riding style. […]

My First Chopper: A Beginner’s Guide To Buying A Motorcycle

Cruiser on Beach

Entering into the world of high torque and freeway freedom can be a little bit daunting if you’ve never owned a bike before. The following motorcycle buying guide offers some great questions to ask yourself before making the big purchase. 1) What Type Of Rider Are You? Be honest with yourself about your abilities. If your friend […]

Avoiding Deer On Your Motorcycle Through This Fall

Deer Crossing Sign

As the summer starts to wind down, the fall season has many motorcyclists gearing up for chillier nights and great autumn rides. While the fall can be one of the most gorgeous times of the year to ride your motorcycle, it can also be one of the most dangerous. Specifically, for those riding in the […]

5 Common Beginner Dirt Bike Mistakes

Mistake 5 - Not Having The Right Gear

Whether it’s a motorcycle or dirt bike, it takes time to get used to your ride. Every rider, no matter how experienced or trained, can tell you at least one story of how they made embarrassing beginner dirt bike mistakes in their early days of riding. Mistakes happen when you’re learning how to ride, but the […]

Motocross Track Etiquette – The Unwritten Rules: Part 2

When you're on the track, you need to follow the unwritten rules of the course.

Sports tend to have their fair share of unwritten rules and etiquette, which sometimes are learned the hard way. Just like a skateboarder at a skate park or a basketball player on the court, there are certain motocross track etiquette rules to follow on the dirt track as well. 5) Be Careful Passing Other Riders […]

Motocross Track Etiquette – The Unwritten Rules: Part I

Motocross Track Etiquette Rules

The Unwritten Rules Of Motocross Track Etiquette It’s OK – everyone on the motocross track has had their first day butterflies. Additionally, each rider at some point has made a mistake while riding on the track. These mistakes happen and it’s best to not let other riders intimidate you when you are simply trying to go out […]