Tag: Race

Video: SxS Leapfrog Gone Wrong

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SxS racing can be fast, exciting and intense but sometimes the laws of physics simply refused to be defied. Case in point- check out this short clip of what happens when the pursuing machine gets a much better hop on a huge table than the vehicle in front of it:

  Comments | By - May 26, 2016

Weekly Used ATV Deal: Race Ready Kasea Mini

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Spring has officially sprung but even the tail-end off-season usually means good deals on on previously-loved equipment. Your editors, as always, are digging through SprocketList to make some early spring riding a reality without breaking the piggy bank. That said, this week’s ad takes us to Homer Glen, IL. According to the listing this is […] More »

  Comments | By - March 22, 2016

Why Stock ATVs Are Robbed of Power

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Have you ever found it frustrating that even when shopping for an ATV for the specific purpose of racing that every machine on the showroom floor comes corked up, quieted down and loaded with pieces and bits that you’re simply going to have to remove the moment you get it home? We know we are […] More »

  Comments | By - November 17, 2015

Tireballs To Now Offer Race Support

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A few years ago we posted about a product called Tireballs; small inflatable bladders that go inside ATV/ Side-by-Side tires (as well as motorcycle, tractors, mowers, trucks etc.) that allow uninterrupted performance even if you tear, rip, shred or puncture the carcass. We haven’t been hearing a whole lot coming out of their camp of […] More »

  Comments | By - October 1, 2015

Video: Paul Holmes Throwing Down Laps

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Multi-time British Quad X Champion, Paul Holmes recently filmed a short video showcasing him practicing on his HOLMES Racing Laeger’s Yamaha 450R on a private motocross track. Paul Holmes is currently training for 2015 British Quad X Racing Season in hopes of winning the British Quad X Championship once again. Check out the video below! […] More »

  Comments | By - October 28, 2014

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