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KXrider229

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  1. KXrider229

    getting in shape for LL

    You might also thnk about doing more back/shoulders/triceps instead of all of those curls and forearm things. I try to target areas that get tired or are sore the next day, and biceps (curls) are never part of that. I still do some curls to keep the muscles balanced, but definetly don't dedicate a day of training per week towards them.
  2. I second that, I was under the impression that only 4 strokes could be tagged now. Is there a way to get my 07 200XC tagged in GA?
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    off-road petition needs signing

    Signed 23846
  4. KXrider229

    Blisters

    Thanks again for the info guys! I have a set of palm savers on the way.
  5. KXrider229

    Blisters

    Thanks guys, that all sounds good. I guess I'll try and see which of these will work and try to mix and match some of them. I appreciate the help! Dillon
  6. KXrider229

    Blisters

    Mine are more in the palm, between the thumb and the index finger I guess you would say?
  7. KXrider229

    Blisters

    Hey everyone, I was wondering what I should do about getting blisters during races. When I ride I usually don't get them, and I am not sure if it is because the race courses are a lot ruffer, or if I have a death grip during the races. I heard someone talking about glove liners, and someone told me to use a certain type of Pro Grip grips that are a lot bigger. I was considering that, but I have had problems with armpump in the past and it seems like a bigger grip would make that worse. Right now I have Renthal grips that come stock on KTMs, and I wear Fox Dirtpaw gloves. Any help would be great, Dillon
  8. KXrider229

    More Helmetcam video

    I'm not sure how farmiliar you are with GA, but it's Social Circle. Out I20 about half way between Atlanta and Lake Oconee.
  9. KXrider229

    More Helmetcam video

    That's funny. I sort of figured some people might do that. I thought it was pretty neat though in spite of the bouncing... m2r06- you don't need a helmet cam. just be cheap like me and tape a video camera to your front fender.
  10. KXrider229

    More Helmetcam video

    On the front fender actually.
  11. This is a different loop, and if you look closely you can see parts of the trail that were in the normal part of the first video. Thanks for watching, Dillon
  12. KXrider229

    More Helmetcam video

    This is a different loop, and if you look closely you can see parts of the trail that were in the normal part of the first video. Thanks for watching, Dillon
  13. KXrider229

    Woods Video

    Thanks man, I know what you mean about the shaking, I was thinking maybe I'll try foam next time. The fender just isn't nearly as stable as your head is when you're riding. I also know what you mean about bogging, and not to sound like a hard-headed teenager, but I was actually trying to get used to riding a gear higher and be a little smoother, I think I may need a FWW though.
  14. KXrider229

    Woods Video

    To be honest, not really a helmet cam, (as you will probably notice for yourself) but it turned out better than I thought it would. And the normal footage is pretty neat too, but keep in mind we did all of this in less than an hour . I'll put some more fake helmet cam footage up tomorrow if anyone is interested. It's just 7 or so more minutes on different loops and whatnot. Enjoy! And, as always, feedback is welcome. -Dillon
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    Woods Video

    To be honest, not really a helmet cam, (as you will probably notice for yourself) but it turned out better than I thought it would. And the normal footage is pretty neat too, but keep in mind we did all of this in less than an hour . I'll put some more fake helmet cam footage up tomorrow if anyone is interested. It's just 7 or so more minutes on different loops and whatnot. Enjoy! And, as always, feedback is welcome. -Dillon
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