LONG TERM UPDATE: 2018 Yamaha WR250F Part 3
LAST MONTH I talked about finding more bottom-end for the Yamaha WR250F. Well, I found it, courtesy of the GYTR exhaust.
LONG TERM UPDATE: 2018 Beta RR430 Part 3
Editor Emeritus Andrew Clubb has given me his blessing to do what I please with his Beta RR430 long-termer as it looks like I’ll be taking care of it for a few more months.
LONG TERM UPDATE: 2018 Suzuki RM-Z450 Part 3
THIS MONTH I have been shortening the muffler to improve gas flow and ramp up the power delivery of the RM-Z450.
LONG TERM UPDATE: 2018 Sherco 450 SEF-R Six Days Part 1
For one reason or another, it feels like ages since I’ve had the privilege of an ADB long-termer in my garage.
LONG TERM UPDATE: 2018 Suzuki RM-Z450 Part 2
There is not much racing this time of year and Christmas is fast approaching so I’ve just been spinning laps and enjoying the RM-Z.
LONG TERM UPDATE: 2018 Yamaha WR250F Part 2
I’m beginning to understand why Enduro Editor Geoff Braico loved the 2018 Yamaha WR250F so much at the press launch: it’s because this thing is custom-built for racers.
LONG TERM UPDATE: 2018 Beta RR430 Part 2
Two months into what was going to be Andrew Clubb’s Beta RR430 long-termer and what started as something fun and innocent is becoming much more serious.
REVIEW: Golden Tyre FTS
IT’S NOT OFTEN we come across a unique product when we’re talking about hoops, but Golden Tyre’s Flite Tubeless System (FTS) is unlike any other dirtbike tyre.
Used Bike: 2013-2017 Honda CRF250R
WITH THE ARRIVAL of Honda’s DOHC CRF250R, it’s high time we took a look at its single-cam predecessor. The Unicam engine has been a major player in Honda’s range since XRs roamed the Earth.
TCX COMP EVO 2 MICHELIN
I HAD NEVER had the privilege of wearing a pair of TCX off-road boots so I was pretty excited when the box containing the Comp Evo 2 Michelin landed on my desk from our mates at Link International.
2007-11 KAWASAKI KLX250S
THE KLX250S IS THE ultimate dualsport for a beginner on a budget. They are learner legal and learner friendly.
REVIEW: GYTR TALL SEAT
This seat is a simple swap. The GYTR tall seat comes ready to go and all you have to do is unbolt the two hex head bolts in the sideplates, remove the old seat and bolt this one on.