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How to Secure a Dirt Bike in a Trailer Without Straps

I’ve spent the last week deciding how I can set up my dirt bike trailer so that I won’t have to spend 15 minutes strapping down all of our dirt bikes each time.  I want a strapless solution that will be easy and secure. There are dozens of products on Amazon and elsewhere that have been invented over the years, …

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What Size Trailer Is Needed to Fit 2, 3, 4, or 5 Dirt Bikes?

I have spent the last few weeks researching dirt bike trailers.  As I looked through Craigslist, I couldn’t help but notice the high number of postings from people who bought a trailer that same week and were selling it because it didn’t fit their number of dirt bikes/atvs, or it didn’t fit in the space next to their house, etc. …

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When to Replace a Dirt Bike Helmet

Dirt bike helmets are an expensive investment, so I want to keep them as long as possible, but at the same time I want to make sure I’m safe while out riding. Dirt bike helmet manufacturers recommend replacing a helmet after 3-5 years of use, or 7 years after the production date of the helmet, or if the helmet sustains …

Tips On Building Motocross Tracks

There are a few things to keep in mind when building motocross tracks of any sort. My goal for this page is to get you to think carefully about the location you intend to design and build a motocross track before you mount a bobcat or bully and waste your valuable riding time. Once you’ve finished reading this page make sure …

Motocross Chest Protector / Body Armor Buying Guide

A good quality chest protector (body armor) is an essential piece of riding gear if you are serious about your safety, and may just save your bacon one day. There is a valid reason why you should wear one, and that is to protect your shoulders, chest, back, ribs and pretty much all of your internal organs from injury caused …

Dirt Bike Boots: They’re Not All Designed Equally.

Dirt bike boots form an essential part of riding safety and should be right near the top of your ‘must have list’. Your feet, ankles and lower legs take on huge loads of pressure at times and can be smashed to pieces in a matter of seconds by other riders plowing into you, catching on ruts and logs, over-jumping and …

When Buying Dirt Bike Gear Or Apparel, Check This Out First

So you’ve got the bike, now you need the dirt bike gear to go with it. For this you’re going to need some knowledge on what to look for, and some coin. No one said this was a cheap sport, and that’s because it isn’t! It’s super important you invest the money to protect yourself with the proper clothing, helmet …

Dirt Bike Gift Ideas that Don’t Suck

If you’ve been racking your brain trying to think of some dirt bike gift ideas and you just can’t decide on something, try some of the suggestions below. Buying presents for other people is usually a painful and frustrating exercise. The good news for you however, is your friend, uncle, brother, sister or whoever you’re looking to buy a present …

Buying A Dirt Bike Helmet? Here’s What You Need To Know

There are a number of important factors to consider when choosing a dirt bike helmet to protect your scone, so before you rush for the best looking lid on the shelf how about you mull over the following first.. You’ve only got one head and one brain to go with it and if you ruin ’em you’ll be trading your …

Dirt Bike Trailers: Read this before you buy.

Thinking about buying or building a dirt bike trailer? This information might steer you in the right direction and help you avoid buying a lemon or something unsuitable. There are many different designs available depending on your needs and budget. So if you can’t afford a truck and trailer unit, or you don’t have a 4×4 to carry your motocross …