If you don’t do this, you will need to make a more concentrated effort when you apply the clutch or brake. This will result in you not using the controls any where near as much as you should be. You need to take the time to force your self into the habit of using one finger on the brake and two on the clutch. When you do this you will have increased stability and control over the bike.
Make sure you drink plenty of water the few days leading up to the event. You will need to be well hydrated even for short races.
An 8-year-old racer competing in a tournament at Washougal Motocross Park was fatally injured Saturday after his bike spun out of control and he was thrown. [ad#plain_234x6] The cyclist, Rocky Gesner of Orting, was taking a practice run on the
It’s good to see Motorcycling Australia (MA) taking some of its revenue and giving it back to support riders and clubs in need. MA has recently announced the recipients of the 28 International