General Dirt Bike Info
New Ray Dirt Bike Toys
New Ray Toys has been around for a long time and offer a great selection of dirt bike toys. Their attention to detail is remarkable, right down to the last Read more . . .
Building a Backyard Track
Dirt bikes are always fun to ride and once you gain some experience, building a few jumps in your backyard is a natural progression. While a full size motocross Read more . . .
Shane Watts' DirtWise DVDs
If you're an off-road trail rider, finding videos to you help improve your riding skills can be tough. There are more motocross DVDs on the market than off-road Read more . . .
Changing a Dirt Bike Tire
Changing a dirt bike tire is something all off-road riders should know how to do (AAA services doesn't normally travel off the beaten path). Regardless which bike you're Read more . . .
Observed trials bikes can be called the "mountain goat" bikes of the off-road world. Trials bikes are a specialized breed of lightweight off-road motorcycles geared for slow Read more . . .
Motorcycle camping bridges the gap between vehicle camping and backpacking, offering the best of both worlds - more freedom than camping with a car or RV, but more mobility than Read more . . .
Tips for Women Riders
Riding dirt bikes is great fun and there's no reason women can't join in the adventure. The key to success in the (dirt bike) saddle is getting the right bike, having a safe place to Read more . . .
Building Singletrack Trails
If you're fortunate enough to own a large parcel of property and have been thinking about creating some singletrack trails throughout the acreage, it's a good idea to learn Read more . . .
Chainsaws are a great addition to a homeowner's tool arsenal, but they need to be treated with respect and intelligence. It takes years and years to become really Read more . . .
Dirt Bike Books
Although videos are a great teaching tool, books add an extra dimension to the learning process, and there is a good selection of dirt bike and dual-sport books available Read more . . .
It may seem odd to see a post about ATVs on a beginner's dirt bike website, but not everyone can throw a leg over a dirt bike and ride off into the sunset. This isn't a dirt bike vs. ATV Read more . . .