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Whether you're rolling small doubles at the local motocross track, or airing out monstorous triples and killing the locals everywhere you go, the motorcycle needs constant upkeep and tuning from one track or riding area, all of which you can find tips on throughout the site.

It don't matter if you ride for fun on the weekends, or if you race an active series. If you've ever thrown a leg over a dirt bike in the past, or have been riding for a while, you likely know there are intense physical demands that are required in motocross and that the dirt bike is a high strung machine, requiring constant maintenance and up keep, so the tips around here might seem like second nature to you.

If you don't yet have any seat time on a motocross bike or motocross track and are just getting started you're in luck, because we're going to hook you up with the info that will help you get started and give you the confidence to rail a rutted or blown out berm, clear a double or triple easier (with less fear) or just last a couple more laps on the track.

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