should have kept the leatt
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The raptor is for off road, the f250 is for towing. Why waste the money for a raptor if you are only using it to drive around town and tow?
the suit was fine, it was that terrible tie that ruined it. No reason for someone that thin and in shape to wear such a fat tie.
I thought it was the one man one jar
If you let any modern 4 stroke sit with the engine on they will overheat. I wouldn't advise taking the cap off when its hot.
I view these as a non issue as it effects what, like 0.01% of our population? But it is hyper reported for ratings by the liberal media. I think sports should be the same as the trans guys in the womans restroom. Just stop defining the bathrooms by "gender" ... more »
Pala for me at the moment. Elsinore used to take the cake though, huge jumps with the slimiest dirt I've ever ridden. Racetown 395 when its windy, milestone on a holiday weekend is pretty damn dangerous, way too many people of all skill levels out on ... more »
should have kept the leatt
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Brett Cue has incredible talent on a bike and he struggled to qualify for one of the nationals, Washougal i think, in one of his videos. More realistic expectation would be to enter a local beginner race and try to finish. And I would say 250, less chance ... more »
http://baldheadcabinets.com/ custom made, very expensive!
I noticed their sizes are different that the fatbar listed on their website. For example, the RC high fatbar is listed at 802 wide but the twinwall is listed at 812. But on bto they are the same (smaller). can anyone confirm they are the same size?
weight difference is pounds between the 6d and airoh, and force=mass x acceleration. The heavier helmets will have exponentially more force when you crash. I doubt you have ever worn a light helmet like the airoh, suomy or new leatt. The comfort difference ... more »
I'm 6'4" and I made my yz ridable with a guts tall seat, str 10mm lower footpeg mounts and cr high bars. My biggest complaint is handlebar width. Its hard to keep elbows up when the bars are just too narrow. I've contacted renthal and protaper about ... more »
Living in CA and riding milestone, glen helen, and comp edge on the weekdays means I've been passed by almost every pro in the last few years. But the most memorable was Jason Anderson. He was riding milestone on a holiday weekend and was riding motos ... more »
I don't understand this argument... I use my 450 to its full potential every time I'm at full throttle. This could be on a start, going up a hill, out in the desert etc. I am not a professional racer but I used my 450 to its full potential the first ... more »
the worst crashes I've seen were either: hitting a kicker/cross rutting a jump or two riders connecting mid air. Neither or which are from having too much power and sometimes it's not even the riders fault. This is a dangerous sport and nothing is going ... more »
what does one of these things weigh?
edit: found it 1450 grams or 3.2 lbs. Its going to be hard to beat the comfort of lighter helmets, but I'm interested in trying one on
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Ive seen some amateurs do it before, but it definitely looks like it has a lot less of a take off jor js7.
those things just look so dumb
The navicular typically refers to the same bone as the scaphoid but in the foot. I shattered mine and it took well over a year to walk normally again.
If you want to improve and are practicing the fundamentals each time you ride it doesn't matter what bike you are on imo. If I were to get a 2 stroke it would be a ktm 150 tho.