Vital MX Pit Stop: Motion Pro
Motion Pro's Brandon Baldwin was our tour guide for the day.
Motion Pro has a full-time person on staff doing bike restorations for their collection, and you might see anything from this vintage Harley to some very cool (and rare) early MXers. It also makes a great place to test tools.
Need to press out or install some bearings? This is a very cool set.
If you want to make brake system flushing an easy one-man operation, this is a useful item.
While in the production area, there were everything from batches of production cables being produced, to small quantities of custom cables.
This is about as close as you'll get to a factory-caliber cable. Cool adjusters, lubing port, smooth-pulling inner liner, and a nice billet mount for the cases.
We're betting that most of you haven't seen a Husky that looked like this. If we remember correctly, it was a messenger bike.
Those Suzukis were some of the very early forays into trying to build a competitive dirt bike. They've obviously figured it out since then.
You can check out their Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/motionprofans
When it comes to tools and cables, Motion Pro is one of the heavy hitters. We'd never made it by their San Carlos headquarters...until now. Take an inside peek.