Dirt Bike Tours
Take the rough with the smooth on some of the world’s most incredible dirt bike trails and push yourself to the limit on a dirt bike adventure.
Each day you will be able to challenge yourself on a dirt bike designed for the terrain.
You will get full medical and mechanical support from our expert guides with inside knowledge of terrain and track. You will wake up refreshed and ready for another day on the trail with carefully chosen accommodations to relax in at night.
A guide to dirt bike racing for beginners.
With the rapid rise of dirt bike sales, you might wonder, “Where is everyone going with those bikes in the back of their trucks?” Maybe you just picked one up for yourself and are looking for more action than your typical Sunday ride.
How do you get started with Dirt Bikes? To an untrained eye, dirt bikes all look the same, but the truth is that there are many variations. If you already own a specific type of dirt bike, you can decide which type of racing you want to attempt. This article will help you decide which one to purchase based on the type of racing and riding you plan to do.
There is a list of what equipment is needed for motocross.
Motocross motors are designed for off-road racing and have built-in long travel suspensions.
There are trail bikes.
Most trail bikes are not designed for dirt riding. They are the part of the sport that is fun.
The bikes are called Enduro Bikes.
Since they’re more practical and easy to use, they’re great for beginners.
The bikes have pit bikes on them.
The engine size of the pit bikes is between 50cc and 120cc, which makes them suitable for shorter rides.
Helmets are the most important piece of equipment in motocross, and it’s illegal to use a motorbike without them. Different types of helmets have different advantages and disadvantages.
They have full-face helmets.
A full-face helmet will cover your entire head. Most of them are heavy and reduce your dexterity, even though they have a face shield to cover your face from dust, sunlight or rain. The best helmets for motocross courses are full-face.
The helmets have open faces.
Open-face helmets cover the top, sides, and back of your head. It won’t protect your eyes or chin but will increase your field of view.