The Dirt Bike Blog is my mini-journal about this site. It lets you know whenever any new Web pages appear on Dirt Bike Secrets, telling you about the new gems of information on this page.
Dirt bike air filter maintencance: we'll have a look at the 5 steps of how to maintain your air filter properly.
How to do a motorcycle oil change of your four stroke dirt bike. The oil in a modern four stroke dirt bike has a tough time. Follow this step by step guide on how to do an oil change.
Bob Fox machined his first fox shock manually in a friend’s garage. Today the RC3 is one of the most competitive aftermarket shocks for Dirt Bikes.
Aftermarket suspension for your dual sport bike increases safety, reduces stopping distances, tire wear and greatly improves handling. Here are 3 ways of upgrading…
To buy motorcycle gear on the internet is sometimes tricky. Especially when you are not in the US. Watch out for hidden costs like vat or duties.
Have a look at your chain and sprocket if you have traction and suspension problems. It may be worthwhile to experiment with different sprocket combinations in order to improve traction and handling.
Replacing main bearings in a two-stroke motor is a big job. Hopefully you can avoid an expensive lesson by listening to these words of advice.
On this dirt bike school page I will pay homage to three excellent dirt bike riders who have taught me some lessons that I haven’t found in any magazine yet.
The new WP forks Cone Valve and the Trax shock available for PDS and linkage were created in those efforts to bring the WP Aftermarket back to their previous standard.
Suspension testing should foster the rider’s confidence into the material. After several changes you will get confused. Which setting felt better?
The Dirt Bike Garage Manual
HOW TO GUIDE for "do it yourself" riders