GP Bits: 2020 Best Of Bike Bits MXGP Class

MXGP of Great Britain: Cairoli unveiled a new number font for the 2020 season.

MXGP of Great Britain: Desalle's KX450

MXGP of Great Britain: Desalle's KX450

MXGP of Great Britain: The cockpit.

MXGP of Great Britain: That's a high brake tip.

MXGP of Great Britain: This was as close as we could get the first round. Detail shots at the next.

MXGP of Great Britain: Prado's slotted exhaust port.

MXGP of Great Britain: And polished radiator.

MXGP of Great Britain: Coldenhoff's super long header.

MXGP of The Netherlands: Here is our first look at the 2021 Honda CRF450R
MXGP of The Netherlands: Custom coatings of course.
MXGP of The Netherlands: Now we know that black box is the battery.
MXGP of The Netherlands: Seeing the new cable routing.

MXGP of The Netherlands: Strijbos' RM-Z450 was the only Suzuki in either MXGP or MX2 class.


MXGP of Latvia: I don't care what y'all think, I like the silver!

MXGP of Latvia: Paulin's front end with the split lower clamp and solid upper.

MXGP of Latvia: Herlings' 450 SX-F with the carbon hangers.

MXGP of Latvia: Not everyone gets the new new. But Paturel's double HGS exhaust is still sweet.

MXGP of Riga: Just four rounds in and KTM teammates have both red plates.

MXGP of Riga: A look at Evan's new machine.

MXGP of Riga: Works clutch cylinders are cool.

MXGP of Riga: Jacobi jumped up to the MXGP class in 2020.
MXGP of Riga: The German rider uses German wheel brand FABA.

MXGP of Kegums: Can you say gripper seat?

MXGP of Kegums: One of the factory Kawi's naked from the shower. Good look at all that carbon and oil cooler.

MXGP of Italy: We see Team Honda playing with front engine mounts.

MXGP of Italy: Got to love those fork and clamp protectors.

MXGP of Italy: Oooh-wee, that's a nice brake set up.

MXGP of Italy: Long, hot motos = extra airflow.

MXGP of Citta di Faenza: Everyone has their own logos these days. Arminas Jasikonis.

MXGP of Emilia Romagna: Carbon tank with a little extra capacity.

MXGP of Lombardia: Cairoli had the points lead in Italy.

MXGP of Lombardia: Cairoli's frame is not gusseted like his American KTM counterparts.

MXGP of Europe: Tucked away in that mess of cable is an extra start button.

MXGP of Flanders: Speaking of extra start buttons, here's another.

MXGP of Flanders: Extra fuel yes, but at what cost?

MXGP of Trentino: 3D printed header section on a factory KTM. Sweet.

MXGP of Trentino: More fans.

MXGP of Trentino: Paulin is tall and likes a tall extra stuffed seat.

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