Motocross boots are an investment. Sure, you can buy an inexpensive set of boots, but if you are serious about riding then you will eventually need to get serious about your boots as well. Something to consider when purchasing a set of boots is whether or not you can repair them. Of course, buckles and toe pieces on most boots can be replaced, but a major consideration is whether the sole can be replaced.
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After my last wheel purchase, I wrote an article about that wheel, which was a Warp 9 Elite complete wheel. I have a few gripes about that wheel, but I decided to follow up with an article promoting Excel rims. I figured this might be helpful for those of you out there trying to decide on what rims to buy. Rims are an investment. You can save some money buying rims and spokes separately and lacing them up yourself but that requires time and patience. Optionally, you can buy pre built wheels individually or as a set.
I am a big advocate of regular maintenance. There are certain things dirt bikers should do to their dirt bikes regularly to keep things in good condition. For me, this does not include removing inner tubes on a regular basis. Herein lies the quest for the ultimate inner tube, as I hate having to dismount a good tire.
I have been loyal to Dunlop tires for a long time. My favorites were the old 752’s and 756’s. Those of course have gone by the way side so I have been forced to explore the newer options. Having really liked the Dunlops, I kept my loyalty and limited my choices to the Geomax lineup. The MX51 rear tire was the one for me.
Check out the Warp 9 Elite complete wheel. It is complete because all you need to do is mount it. Well, it doesn’t come with wheel spacers, but no biggie. These guys are colored based on the bike model they are made for. I am a little mixed up as to whether I like the color schemes, but the KXF unit seems alright to me.