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Back End / How To
01 July 2020

How To Make a Thread Restorer

1 SPARE BOLT Find a spare bolt with a thread that’s in perfect condition. It must exactly match the one that you wish to repair, which you can check with a thread gauge. 2 CLAMP IT Take this bolt and clamp the hexagonal head in a bench vice tightly so that it won’t mov

Back End / How To
27 May 2020

How To Ride Uphill Log Hops

Popping a wheelie over a fallen log on a climb, especially when you don’t have a straight run up, can present many challenges.

Back End / How To
27 May 2020

How To Turn Around on Steep Hills

All enduro and trailriders will have to perform a U-turn on a steep hill at some stage.

Back End / How To
26 May 2020

How To Ride Slippery Off-Camber Hills

Sometimes you can't get up a mountain but you might be able to get around it.

Back End / How To
26 May 2020

How To Rail Berms Standing Up

Former Yamaha factory rider Cheyne Boyd now operates Park4MX in Broadford, Vic where he still shows people a thing or two about corners, including how to build them.

Back End / How To
26 May 2020

How To Pivot Wheelie on Rock Ledges

Spin turns are easy. Wheelie pivot turns are slightly harder, but extreme wheelie pivot turns are the hardest.

Back End / How To
25 May 2020

How To Load a Dirt Bike

So you’re not tall enough to walk down the side of your new 4x4 ute when loading your bike and you don’t have a step to stand on to get into the tray with your bike. Never fear, human winch is here!

Back End / How To
22 May 2020

How To Ride Supercross Walls

Have you ever heard the saying “hit the wall”? It’s a common phrase in running groups and typically means something has stopped you in your tracks.

Back End / How To
22 May 2020

How To Change a Muffler

A slip-one muffler is the cheapest way to improve an exhaust system.

Back End / How To
21 May 2020

How To Ride Steep Rock Pinches

Many of us have been out trailriding and come across a small, yet sharp pinch of a hill. One of those ones that sneaks up on you and catches you off-guard, which can then result in a failed attempt.

Back End / How To
21 May 2020

How to Pro: Lacing Wheels

Whether from poor maintenance or poor line selection in rocky terrain, your wheels can take a pounding, resulting in damaged rims, hubs and broken spokes.

Back End / How To
20 May 2020

HOW TO PRO: Berm Blasting with Jay Wilson

No one likes to post dodgy images of themselves on Instagram. Armed with nothing more than a beat-up iPhone and a loamy turn, even the ugliest riders can look pretty for a nano-second.