WP has reinvented its top-line aftermarket suspension with the new 2020 XACT Pro range, including the new Supertrax shock and new spring fork fitted with cone valve technology.
But how good is the new kit and does having a shock with adjustable high and low speed rebound damping as well as
Using a torque wrench is cheap insurance says Husky's Bart Dirkx
When a mechanic has not one but two torque wrenches as pride of place in his toolbox - one to use and one spare in case one goes amiss - then you know he's a serious spannerman. So that's Max
Check out the bike of choice for MotoHead's chief tester Dave Willet as he tries to better his top 10 ride at Weston.
With the all-new 2017 CRF450, Honda hit the ground running and the new model sold well world wide. This very popular bike has just got better. The new changes for 2018 any seem relatively small yet they’ve changed the bike a lot.
The CRF450 received a totally new chassis last year
The new Honda is much improved over the previous model, as the bike has taken a totally new direction. This year’s bike basically offers all the modifications the CRF450 received last year in the way of a new chassis, suspension and even an electric start.
The CRF250 has finally stepped away
It may be old technology, it may not have changed much in the past decade apart from a few suspension tweaks, but we’re pleased the Yamaha is not only still on sale but is still such a good bike. Despite no real development, it shows just how good the YZ125
Yamaha threw it all at the new 2018 YZF450 and it has an electric start, a new straight-section frame, new suspension settings, clutch springs and new clutch plates which help with the fade, new throttle body and a new smart phone app which allows you to tune your bike trackside
While the YZF450 has got the all-new treatment, the baby YZF250 model hasn’t seen any major upgrades in 2018 other than blue rims and a new cosmetic look. This model has been improving quite a lot in previous years and it’s been a huge success, which is why it’s a
By Dave Willet. Some people are just out-and-out Suzuki fans. The RMZ machines may not always be the coolest, fastest or most exotic bikes on the track but it’s almost impossible to think of a yellow bike that’s been a lemon. Not in the past decade, at least. That’s maybe
By Dave Willet. Answer’s new 2018 motocross kit designs are looking fresh this year and I'm loving their clean lines and bold colours which really stand out. The logo looks more modern and the all-round image is fresh and current.
I’ve recently been trying out the new Elite range and I couldn’t