The Good: This is a really good brace.
The Bad: The middle straps tighten up more than I would prefer.Overall Review: Ten years ago, if you wanted knee braces, there were only a few options to choose from. Either you were able to convince your doctor that you needed a prescription for knee protection in order to acquire some custom made braces, or you went with one of the few off-the-shelf (OTS) offerings. These were either still pretty expensive or barely more protective than a knee cup. Today, options abound, with a multitude of design, material, and color options, and the latest brace to join the fray just hit the market: the EVS Axis Pro. On first appearance, the Axis Pro does not look much different from your standard higher Read More »
The Good: Looks cool, and the rubber is nice when working on bikes and spill oil etc.
The Bad: High price for just a mat.Overall Review: i really like this thing, its great when your washing your bike on gravel and need something to put the stand on.
The Good: Costs roughly as much as a standard set of name brand grips, but you get a much more unique grip with dual layered material and grip donuts. The softer layer allows for firm grip for your palm, while the harder layer around the majority of the grip resists wear while the pattern still allows for a solid "finger" grip. These grips have a harder end material then most, resisting tearing during tip overs and comes in six different color combos.
The Bad: The throttle side grip fits very snug, on some thicker throttle tubes this may cause the grip to split slightly and stretch. The pattern on the grip is unique and changes shape along the grip, this may not work for those who prefer a straight/consistent pattern.Overall Review: I'm usually not too big of a fan of changing grips. After years of using a soft single compound half waffle grip I decided to "branch out" and see what other offerings there are. What caught my eye with this set of grips from Scott was the dual layered grip and pattern (a nice plus was the grip donuts for the price). I did notice in installation thought that the throttle side grip was a bit tight on the aftermarket throttle tube i was using. Causing it to split slightly at the end of the grip where the layers came together, but through my continued riding the small split did not grow any worse and was not noticeable. Read More »
The Good: Great suspension, awesome engine, super sweet design
The Bad: the rims suck! very weird handlebar bendOverall Review: I love this bike, ride 450s for e few years, then bought this bike, and suddenly i remembered how much fun motocross used to be.
The Good: The fit and the comfort are awesome, as is the quality.
The Bad: Yeah, the price is stout. You get what you pay for.Overall Review: There's only a handful of boots that I'd wear, and these are among them. Alpinestars has always built top-notch products, and these are no exception.
The Good: Really fast and fun.
The Bad: Very tall, hard to touch the ground.Overall Review: This suzuki is one of the best 85's.
The Good: The bike was really good to first bike, its got really mutch torgue and its not too fast.
The Bad: The suspension was really bad, it feel good at first month and then it get too shotft.Overall Review: Good bike for starters, for those ho didnt want race
The Good: Handles like a scalpel.
Cheap PC Works pipe and shorty will restore explosive 05/06 powerband(at a small over-rev cost) that 07 re-porting tamed.
Cheap to buy, cheap to fix.
Developing Popeye forearms to hold on when it hooks up.
The Bad: If you've only ridden 4Ts, expect a learning curve. This isn't some 4T tractor with lbs of gyroscopic rotating mass right under your balls resisting leaning.
If you've only ridden 4Ts, you will overshoot some corners and stall the engine while you learn how to use brakes with no engine braking to help.
Sprained cheek muscles from all the grinning.