The Good: The design, flow, comfort
The Bad: the pricetagOverall Review: Overall a really good looking helmet. Fits great and is very comfortable to wear.
The Good: Articulating outrigger for goggle strap to help with different helmet shapes; bright vibrant colors; roll-off kit included; goggle foam excelled at keeping dust and small particles outside. Made in the USA.
The Bad: Slightly long goggle strap; lack of tear off posts on roll-off canisters; anti fog lens wasn't as effective as I would have liked.Overall Review: What you get: The current price of the Smith Intake Sweat-X I used is $65. For your money, you get a pair of Intake Sweat-X's (which come in four different colorways), a cloth baggy to hold them, and a roll-off system. The goggles themselves are well made, have multi-layered foam, and an outrigger style frame. Features Articulating outrigger system: This allows the outrigger angle to change and was quite helpful with different helmet shapes. In the past, I've used outrigger frames that allow the strap to pull incorrectly on certain helmets and create and uneven seal along your face. The articulating frame helped Read More »
The Good: Uses stock mounting instead of aftermarket mounting brackets, extremely tough, flexible enough to take abuse.
The Bad: Can be air restrictive, but has patterns visible to drill out.Overall Review: So after a full seasons of racing Worcs, GPs, and other offroad events without ever breaking or having a problem with these I thought it was about time to give them a little recognition. Upside: At 75 dollars the acerbis skid plate is much cheaper than using a carbon fiber or comparable full coverage aluminum skid plates. The molded plastic is both tough but flexible to to take heavy hits from rocks, logs, ect. Also compared to some other aftermarket skid plates it uses the oem mounting. So no messing around with aftermarket clamps that hard to put in place! I personally tested these on kawasaki's 250 and 450, on Read More »
The Good: Bloody fast and no extras required......
The Bad: The Marzochi forks are a bastard to find anybody capable to work on them.Overall Review: A fantastic bike, provided us with regular holeshots fresh from the 'box'. No tuning required, no 'bling' neccessary - but we have fitted a Scalvini exhaust anyway! Quality parts make it at least as reliable as anything else on the market and better than most. But don't let just anybody work on it! Lovingly trained experts only please, on this Ferrari of the dirt world!!!! If you want to feel special at ANY race meeting or practice track, this (or any of the other tasty TM's) is for you.
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 »