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  1. Pro Racing

    Motocross, Supercross, Arenacross, Endurocross, GNCC, Hare & Hound, Hillclimb, Flattrack, and Trials, this is the place to talk about your favorite pro events and riders.

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  3. Pit Bikes

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  4. Vintage

    Honda SL, XL, XR - Yamaha XT, TT & all other vintage off-road bikes we've not listed.

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  5. SuperMoto / SuperMotard

    If 17" wheels & fat tires, 320mm brakes, slipper clutches, and backin' it in gets your heart going, this is your spot.

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  7. Mini/Pee-Wee

    General discussion about mini/pee-wee bikes and mini/pee-wee recreation/racing.
    50cc/65cc Cobra, Polini, LEM, Conti, KTM, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, Honda, etc.

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  9. Electric Dirt Bikes

    If stealth and instant torque are you deal, you're in the right place.

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  10. Snow Bikes

    Why put away your dirt bike in the winter when the trails are snowed in! Install a ski up front, a track out back, and hello year around riding season! Timbersled, MotoTrax, CMXBK, Yeti Snow MX, or Camso snow bike conversion kits, this is the spot to discuss them and the sport in general.

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