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Dirt Bike Parts

Many advocates of dirt biking will tell you that half the fun of dirt biking is buying a slightly clapped out old 250 and doing it up with new and second hand dirt bike parts until youíve got as much performance and speed out of it as possible. Obviously, the nature of the dirt biking beast is that you will suffer damage to your bike. A Motocross hurtling 30ft in the air and then crashing back down to earth will cause damage to most bikes. The advantage of dirt biking is that the vehicles themselves are quite simple and you can pick up good parts for little money.

Be safe.

As with any bike, you should always be careful when buying anything that you intend to trust with your life. Of course not all parts for your bike need to be about performance and the look of your pride and joy will probably be just as important to you as the performance.

Be frugal.

The parts for your dirt bike donít need to cost you the earth, the advent of the Internet has brought with it masses of competition for all sorts of items and dirt bike parts are no exception. The problem with the advent of the internet has been the numerous sites that pertain to contain the information you want but are essentially banner farms leading to more banner farms. You should find yourself a trusted dealer, whether online or offline, and if they provide what youíre after then stick with them. Finding dealers you can rely on can be difficult but there are good and reliable sites you can keep using.

Seek help.

It is important that if you donít fully understand what you are doing or exactly the parts you are looking for that you get someone with that knowledge to help you. Incorrectly fitting parts or fitting incorrect parts can lead to a bad accident. There is no substitute for safety or knowledge.


A lot of the fun of dirt biking is in the buying and modification of the bike itself. Hunting down second hand parts in good condition and fitting them to your bike. Gaining those extra couple of horse power and then, of course, putting all your hard work to good use. However, you should always be careful when modifying your bike; if you donít have the necessary knowledge consult someone who does to ensure safety. Dirt bike parts can be easy to come by, and shouldnít cost you too much, but may make all the difference when youíre riding.

Submitted by:

Andrew Green

Andrew Green

Dirt Bikes HQ, http://www.dirtbikeshq.com/, for lots of information about dirt biking.


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