MOTOCROSS PLUS RIM TAPE
The Motocross Plus rim tape
replaces the stock tire rubber band.
The tape is 20mm thick and has an
ultra-grippy surface to help the tube
stay in place.
or (817) 594-3942.
RENTHAL CHAIN LUBE
Renthal chain lube is a 100-percent
lubricant rather than a propellant. The
250-milliliter bottle combines high-penetrat-ing power to all parts of the chain. It helps
increase the life of your chain, chainring and
sprockets while maximizing power transfer.
$8.95‚ www.renthal.com or
NIHILO CONCEPTS SELF-LOCKING
The Nihilo Concepts self-locking axle nut is made from 6061 anodized
billet aluminum. It ensures that your axle nut will not vibrate loose under
extreme conditions. That’s peace of mind.
BELL MOTO- 9 FLEX HELMET
The Bell Moto- 9 Flex is their
new top-of-the-line helmet. It has a
three-layer impact liner, which is
the first of its kind. The helmet is
designed to absorb low-, mid- and
WHAT WE WANT
COOL STUFF ON THE MXA MUST-HAVE LIST
“There is no difference between first and
fifth when you are at lunch after the race
is over. The waitress doesn’t care; your
buddies already know where you finished
and, best of all, a grilled chicken sandwich
tastes the same no matter what the race’s
Jody’s Box—page 10.
“Americans will be proud to hear that
KTM’s largest motorcycle market is the
United States‚ which gets 20 percent of its
output, fueled by a 30-percent increase in
KTM dirt bike sales last year.”
Behind the Orange Curtain—page 42.
“The price difference between a 2015
Yamaha YZ125 and YZ250F is $1200.
Here’s a more astonishing number: the
average four-stroke exhaust system costs
roughly 63 percent more than a two-stroke
pipe and silencer.”
We Ride DR.D’s Kawasaki KX450F—page
“There was a lot going on inside my head.
Basically, it came down to my belief in Ken.
I truly believe that he has the potential to
be one of the greatest riders ever. I want
to be a part of his success.”
The MXA Interview: Kelly Lumgair—page 64.
“I accept that there are different
theories on how to set race sag, but I
believe in my own method. But truthfully,
consistency in measuring the sag is what’s
most important, even if you don’t follow my
Bare Bones—page 90.
“Ricky Johnson and David Bailey, two
riders who came out of the Rodil Cup
mortification with their images unsoiled,
added luster to their reps with 20 laps of
stuff, bluff, ram, slam and cram. The crowd
Faded Glory: 1986 Anaheim Supercross—
“The only major complaint I have about
the goggle is the name. All caps and
misspelled, the AIRSPC moniker reeks of
new-aged marketing insolence against those
who know how to spell.”
MXA Wrecking Crew’s Goggles—page 106.
“The world is made of dirt, so finding
some of it to race on isn’t really a very
big challenge. What makes it all the more
amazing is that Luongo was able to find the
absolute worst-case scenarios for the first
two GPs of 2015.”
Giuseppe Shoots Himself in the Foot—page
“We confess to leaving gas stations without being able to get the cap off. Also, once
at the track, we enlist the help of whatever
body builder is standing around flexing.”
Ask the MXperts—page 150.