The better your dirt bike is set up for your riding style, the easier it is to learn new techniques and to become a better rider. Our dirt bike setup articles will offer insight into the best dirt bike setups for trail riding, enduro, and hard enduro. With our setting and configuration tips for beginners, advanced riders, and racers you can elevate your dirt bike riding experience and achieve maximum results.
When riding on trails, your dirt bike is bound to get hit by rocks, sticks, and other debris. In this post, we will tell you everything you need to know about brake disc covers and protecting the brake rotors.
In this ultimate guide to dirt bike tire pressure, we will explain how to gain maximum traction while preventing flats. We also reveal our complete dirt bike tire pressure chart with PSI settings for different conditions and riding styles.
Dirt bike plastics protecting your bike and you from rocks and dirt will eventually get broken, cracked, or faded in color. Find out all you need to know about restoring, changing, painting, and buying dirt bike plastics in this detailed guide.
In this article, we focus on the front end of the dirt bike and teach you how to adjust the dirt bike fork height. We also give you tips for typical riding conditions and explain how adjusting the front fork height can help with your riding.
Setting sag on a dirt bike will improve the dirt bike’s performance and improve your riding. Whether your ride motocross or trail riding, setting the dirt bike sag should be the first thing you do to your newly acquired dirt bike. Set your dirt bike sag with these 6 steps in under 30 minutes.
An overheating dirt bike is something you want to avoid. But sometimes it’s easier said than done. Find out if you should install a radiator fan kit on your dirt bike and what it really does to keep your dirt bike engine cool.