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  1. Wrench Tip Wednesday: Tire Selection
    24 Apr, 2019
    Wrench Tip Wednesday: Tire Selection
    Choosing a tire may be one of the toughest things to do in the dirt bike world. There are so many factors that go into it. What terrain are you riding? What is your bikes’ main purpose? Soft, gummy, hard? Knobby or trials? Previous personal preference? What about size? Tire choice can make or break your day as it’s a big factor on whether you will be enjoying the ride. Dual sport bikes are used for both off road and street riding. The tire must be DOT approved. Lots of different brands and
  2. Beta History
    23 Apr, 2019
    Beta History
    With being around for over a century, Beta is rich in history. Starting business in 1904, manufacturing bicycles. One family owned, 26 world championship titles, 4 revolutions in trials bikes, design of 4T enduro engines in 2009, 2T enduro bikes in 2013; Beta is not new to the industry. A key to overall success is keeping up the new trends, being attentive to signs of change, and willing to grow with it. Here is a lookback at some of my favorite key points in Betamotor history. In 1961, Beta
  3. The Off Road Cup - 9 Hours of Racing
    22 Apr, 2019
    The Off Road Cup - 9 Hours of Racing
    The 9th annual off-road cup took place this past weekend in Wyandotte, OK. It is a 9-hour race, 3 “man” team with the option of ironman or ironwomaning it. A 2 “man” team was also allowed.  The weather could have not been more perfect, sunny skies and 70’s! Trail conditions were the best possible since I started doing this race. When I think of D-Day Adventure Park, I think lots of ROCKS, it is almost like they grow them for fun. What little dirt there is generally gets rutted from the
  4. Over Oklahoma
    19 Apr, 2019
    Over Oklahoma
    Tayler & I have spent the last 2 weekends in Oklahoma. The rain was an issue last weekend, but not in time to keep me from losing some feathers.  You always see Santa pictures with little kids crying because they are scared, and you smile & say "awww how cute!"  Well, let me tell you people...... those pictures are NOT cute!!!  Those poor little kids are TERRIFIED and you should not take pleasure in that.  How do I know?  Well, because Tayler thought putting me beside a 50' Indian would be
  5. Wrench Tip Wednesday: Installing a Bib Mousse
    17 Apr, 2019
    Wrench Tip Wednesday: Installing a Bib Mousse
    One thing many people dread to do on their bike is changing tires or installing mousse tubes. If you are sweating, struggling or becoming fatigued in the process of mounting a mousse, you are not doing it correctly or at least in a beneficial way. Bonecutter Off Road does offer installation of a bib mousse for $10 plus the bib cost. To make life easier a good tire stand is recommended. We prefer Rabaconda. Also, at least four tire irons need to be handy. Then of course, a big bucket of lube.
  6. Okie Sprint – Outrun the Pack (RAIN) & MHSC – Hardwood Hills Ranch
    16 Apr, 2019
    Okie Sprint – Outrun the Pack (RAIN) & MHSC – Hardwood Hills Ranch
    This past weekend round 4 of Okie Sprint took place just outside of Bristow, OK right next to Heyburn lake.  Racing took place Saturday, so I headed south after work Friday to give myself plenty of time to get there. Promotors of Okie Sprint decided to start earlier on Saturday to try to “outrun the rain” which sounded great to me. The less mud the better! One section was roughly 3 miles of grass track and the other section was considered the enduro section. I had a blast on the grass track,
  7. Racing Romance (or maybe Romance & Racing...)
    12 Apr, 2019
    Racing Romance (or maybe Romance & Racing...)
    I am IN Looooooove!!!  It may have started as a 10 minute park bench conversation, but his name is Al and I have not stopped thinking about him.  He was doing some family research at a museum we visited, in Roswell, New Mexico. I didn't understand much of anything he said, but his alien accent left me wanting to hear more.  Oh my goodness, Resa literally had to drag me away because we were on a time crunch.       Yes, a time crunch because this weekend was back to reality for me. We had
  8. Wrench Tip Wednesday: Bib Mousse
    10 Apr, 2019
    Wrench Tip Wednesday: Bib Mousse
    This week I wanted to talk about what exactly is a bib mousse, next week you will get to learn how to mount these bad boys without cussing and whining! Bib Mousse has been around since 1984 first invented by Michelin. It is a tire insert that replaces the need for an inner tube, solid foam that holds its shape. The biggest downfall is you cannot adjust the feel of the tire because you cannot put air in it. It will retain one feel until it deteriorates. But on a positive note, you will not be
  9. Okie Sprint Enduro - The Sprint 111 Ranch
    08 Apr, 2019
    Okie Sprint Enduro - The Sprint 111 Ranch
    Round 3 of the Okie Sprint took place this past weekend in Maramec, OK. According to Google this is an old ghost town, it is roughly a 5 and half hour drive from Mid-MO. This event was co-sanctioned with Black Jack Enduro Championship (BJEC), so the format was a little different. Split into two groups, long course which included B and above and the short course which included C and below. Two sections, long course had to do each section 4 times each and had two hours to do one section 4 times,

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