Author: Gerald Kirby

How to Build a Endurocross Track in your Backyard

Obviously, when you want to excel in any sport you need to put effort in building your skills. You may want to consider training in your backyard. After all, your passion for the sport is measured by your willingness to go beyond. This apparently is still true even for motocross. If you’re a huge fan of endurocross who would like to hone your skills in your backyard here are two things you may want to take in consideration before you start building your own track. 1) NEIGHBORHOOD Before you’re ready to build your own endurocross track, you may want to make sure the extra noise is going to be okay with your neighbors. Nobody wants to have a feud with their neighbors. It’s no question that not all people enjoy the sound of bike screams on a Sunday morning. Most neighbors would like some peace, and quiet in their neighborhood. My advice is to get an agreement with your neighbor first before you take any construction action. 2) OBSTACLES Where to buy or find obstacles? Ask around! This is the best way to find things to build your track with. Drive around and look for people with a lot of stuff in their yards. Go and knock on the door and ask if you can buy some of it. Most times they will just give it to you for...

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Basic Rules For Pikes Peak First Time Riders

Several years ago, the first official all – asphalt Pikes Peak International Hill Climb took place. Until then, this dirt road included pavement sections, gravel sections, occasional asphalt parts going back to pavement. As the 100th anniversary of this legendary rally was coming closer, the State invested into infrastructure and the famous road is fully surfaced nowadays. Ever since the number of rookie motorcycle riders in our club has increased significantly. Most of our members are proud owners of powerful BMW, Honda or Harley-Davidson machines. However, in spite of the significantly improved quality of the most popular road leading...

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100th anniversary of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

The second oldest motorcycle race in America celebrates 100th anniversary and faces the largest number of competitors taking part in the race. The so-called ‘’Mount Everest for two-wheelers” summit is an attraction for tourists, bikers and motorcyclists over the whole year, but its popularity is under the spotlight during these few internationally famous rallies and races. The area is amazing, nature breathtaking, but the road is tough and requires physical, mental and technical preparation. The Pikes Peak Road adjusted for racing is 19.5 miles long with 160 turns and no gas stations along the way. Specific features of the...

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