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This club is about getting people out riding. Age, skill, bike, it doesnt matter. Lets go ride. Trails, dunes, track we will cover all of it. Also feel free to discuss supercross/motocross, bike builds, and anything else moto related.

  1. What's new in this club
  2. All the posts are 12 O clock boys kind of stuff. I dont ride any street
  3. Just picked up a 2016 FC350 after 7 months off the bike. Coming back from a huge injury so looking to get out and take it easy. Maybe some trails up north. Im not great about getting on TT so shoot me a text and lets ride 619-212-9541 Dave
  4. Hey guys! My name is Mark, I am 13 years old. I love dirt biking and I ride a 125cc Yamaha. I would really like to get into racing but don't know where to start. Anybody have any advice for me as far as practice tracks, racing clubs or events, etc? Thanks so much for you possible help I can't wait to maybe meet some of yall out of a track!
  5. I have a friend up in prescott and he mentioned Alto pit is closed.
  6. Is anyone familiar with this seven mile gulch trail or the Alto Pit area in Prescott? If so, what are your thoughts on them? They look like good areas to ride during the summer.
  7. What’s up man, do you have an Instagram ? I run the @phoenixdirtbikes page
  8. Hello Phoenix riders! It's been 7-8 years since I last logged on. That is when I used to ride a modified DRZ 400E and I remember going on quite a few rides with the guys in Phoenix on this forum and they were all a blast. I'm looking forward to meeting you all and getting out and riding. I just picked up a 2019 RMX 450Z and can't wait to get it dirty. Currently taking recommendations on where to ride in the cooler weather this summer.
  9. Roman, go by Booneyman. I have a 1996 DR350. I also could really like some riding partners. I consider it a safety hazzard to go alone. Normally, it is no issue. However, in the several decades I have ridden, there has been two occasions in which I would have had a serious problem, had I been alone. I will be busy for the next couple weeks. Call me at 928 243 2643 and we will work something out! Just know, I like to go fast!
  10. Add me on Instagram “Phoenixdirtbikes”
  11. Hey guys, I just moved out here from California a couple months ago. Don’t really have friends who ride, I’m located in surprise. I ride a 2019 Drz400sm, I’m up to cruise or anything that requires me to get out the house. Feel free to hit me with any invites. Thanks.
  12. I have a half dozen dirt bikes so quit complaining. 😉
  13. Making me spend all my stimulus check 😂😂😂🤦‍♂️ Lol jp thanks friend
  14. You need these too. I think your forks are 48mm. Motion Pro along with other vendors have all of this. Fork bullet. Keeps you from damaging the seals when you put the forks back together. I just use a cheap sandwich bag though. Coat with a light amount of Belray waterproof grease or fork oil. Seal driver. I use a piece of PVC water pipe cut in half lengthwise. Fork level setting. Of course continuing to be cheap I just measure the level with a long cable tie. 😉 Then of course these. I suggest SKF double lip. A set includes one seal and one wiper for one fork leg.
  15. I was like wooaahhhh when I sat down ahaha , yeah all my dirt bike friends way up north haha. I tried to save some time and money by doing them myself. I appreciate the response ! 🤝 a bike stand will be my next purchase ahah
  16. It won't hurt anything. Put your bike on a stand. Anyway, you can't properly measure fork oil height with the springs in the forks. Put your bike on a stand, remove the forks, follow the owner's manual on how to take them apart, replace the seals and wipers and off you go. I'm sure you have some dirt biking buddies that can help you and show you what's going on. The first time is the learning curve. Once you've done it you'll find it easy. 🙂 If you weren't so far away I'd give you a hand but I'm in Sierra Vista.
  17. All this just happened 😂😂 I was cleaning my forks and was going to add fluid to them but I sat down on the bike. Help please ! And no don’t have a bike stand lol
  18. I and my daughter both have had our fork seals/ bushings replaced. It was by a shop called Steve's Cycles on Main Street in Mesa, AZ. Price was fair. Work was good. It is much cheaper to do it yourself, however. Not as easy though!. Problem is now, they are closed for Covid 19. Now idea when this will change.
  19. Check out Moto Tire! They do full service. Fast and great team.
  20. Doooppee!!! Appreciate it 💪💪💪💪💪🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏😎
  21. The 05 has standard open chamber forks. They're actually quite easy to replace seals and bushings. There's a ton of YouTube videos on how to do this. I'd use SKF seals, they seem to be the best. Save yourself $75 or $100 and do it yourself. 🙂 You can find your owners manual here: http://www.yamahaownershandbook.com.au/?r=0 It covers how to replace the seals. 🙂
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