Routine dirt bike maintenance makes your dirt bike perform better and last longer, plus it can also prevent mechanical failures and costly repairs. Our dirt bike maintenance articles will offer insight into what you typically need to work on your dirt bike over time and how you should be taking care of your dirt bike in general. You will also find step-by-step instructions for DIY dirt bike maintenance and tips that make regular maintenance easier and quicker.
Brake rotors are thin and bend easily with direct impact. Luckily, you can fix a bent brake rotor on a dirt bike without having to replace it. Read on as we cover 3 simple steps to straightening a bent brake rotor using only a sharpie and a wrench.
If you experience any issues with overheating or have any leaks, it’s time to check the system for leaks and flush the radiator coolant. By following these four easy steps, you will be able to do it like a pro!
Riding dirt bikes on a single track means frequent tire changes. Here you can find easy step-by-step instructions for how to change a dirt bike tire with the Tubliss system installed. Our tips will make a tire change a breeze.
A regular cleaning and oiling of the dirt bike air filter extends the lifespan of the engine and the foam air filter itself. Check out our step-by-step instructions for how to clean the dirt bike filter quick and easy.