The standard WP suspension on the KTM and Husqvarna range can be improved, claims British suspension firm K-Tech. By replacing the air forks with a coil spring conversion and new damper unit, and altering the rear shock with a bladder conversion and new damping system, the bikes can be made
MotoHead's Dave Willet gets to grips with the WP Cone Valve Spring Forks and Trax rear shock on our Yamaha YZ450F in part two of our investigation into after market WP suspension. He tries the bike around the Flackwell Heath track and focuses on dialling in the rear shock.
Yamaha's standard suspension might be among the best right off the showroom floor, but can the bike be made even better with aftermarket parts? MotoHead's Dave Willet tries the latest WP Cone Valve Forks and Trax rear shock to find out in the first of a new series.
Leatt’s new Velocity 6.5 goggles have been fully tried and tested, and I really rate them. I’m a firm believer you can’t put a price on your eyes. And I’d suggest the way in which tracks are over prepped, mixed with the power in which the bikes produce nowadays, is
Leatt has been widening its range for a number of years and it seems the company isn't slowing down anytime soon as it aims to offer the ultimate in protection. Starting with neck braces but now offering all the kit including helmets, Leatt has now moved into boots and I've
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
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
By Dave Willet. Troy Lee Design’s GP range looks cool, works well and keeps the heat off. One brand which doesn’t need any stamp of approval of coolness is Troy Lee Design as the company hits the mark every year. TLD have been style leaders for years now and there is
By Dave Willet
One brand which doesn’t need any stamp of approval of coolness is Troy Lee Design as the company hits the mark every year. TLD have been style leaders for years now and there is no signs of this slowing down.
Troy Lee don’t just want to provide us with
On our recent 2018 KTM 85 launch in the UK at Apex we sent out our youth riders to test the new bike and also freshened them up with the latest 2018 Alpinestars kit from head to toe. After a first couple of sessions in KTM-branded kit and the temperatures rose,