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  1. Pit_Man

    Supermoto MOTO GP QUALIFYING

    Red Bull Moto-GP at Laguna Seca- Speed TV Qualifying Now, done. Race today on Speed at 5pm central time. Ben Spies top American in 4th second row., Nicky Hayden 8th 3rd row. Gonna be tough to beat Lorenzo today.
  2. RyTard

    Supermoto BC Supermoto National!

    BC Supermoto has been growing for the past 4 years and has been providing a place for Motorcycle riders, racers and enthusiasts to come together and let loose on a very challenging tightly wound asphalt track that lets onto a dirt section. The dirt section is comprised of 5 berms and 3 sets of jumps to keep the action high! Racers come from as far north as Williams Lake and Invermere and as far south as Snohomish County and Oregon! Supermoto has fully arrived in British Columbia with a Championship race series that attracts world-class racers such as JD Beach and Jacob Lehmann as well as entire families racing in their own competitive classes. Come check out the BC Supermoto National at the Abbotsford Tradex next to the Abbotsford Airport on Sunday, August 22nd! Practice starts on Saturday, August 21st at 4PM till 8PM. Don’t miss our kid’s races, you’ll be amazed what our junior racers can do! Round #7 (August 22) is our National Round. We will be turning the GP Masters class into an 'Open Pro Money Class'. The entry fee will be $50. Anyone is eligible. With 100% payback of entry fees, and RPM kicking in and extra $500, then 10 riders would make the total purse $1000! ($700/first, $200/second, $100 third) More riders will make it even bigger! We'll be paying for podium finishes in expert, intermidiate, lites, and vet classes. $100 for first, $50/second, $25/third. Parking and admission are free at the north west end of the Tradex parking lot. Check out www.rpmsupermoto.com for more details and an up to date schedule! To talk to someone about this race or any other details call Ryan from Payton Thomas Industries Ltd. 778 998 5955, or email rpmsupermoto@hotmail.com RPM and BC Supermoto are a non profit racing promoter and is comprised of local racing enthusiasts and members of the local community. RPM has spent the last 4 years promoting BC Supermoto to grow our sport and create awareness for this exciting racing style!
  3. shanes

    Supermoto 2009

    Well its a new year and time for a change Bye Bye Aprilia Hello KTM ill Be doing the European Championship , Spanish and selected British rounds with team LJR A big thank you to LJR and all the other companies that are supporting us the bike is not totally finished yet , just waiting on the last of the parts to turn up , but you get the idea :D:D The Future is Bright the Future is ORANGE sorry couldn't resist :p
  4. crandy500

    Supermoto 2 oil sponsors?

    Just curiosity, but is it common for pros to run 2 oil sponsers? I picked up the jan 08 racerx and on page 123 Ben carlson is in a silkolene ad. I also got the nov 28th cycle news ad and Ben carlson is on page 3 in a Belray ad. I am getting old but back in the day I think someone wouldve got their undies in a twist. Maybe he switched sponsers and the print lead time caused the double endorsement?
  5. Testes250

    Supermoto newbie questions

    Hi all, i am new to the supermoto section here. I've got an 04 YZ250f, and I'm wanting to do a few supermoto races next year, I just want to do a few races, not get real serious about it but just to try it out and see if id like it. I was told if I was just going to do a few that I could throw some motard wheels and tires on it and a lowering link for the rear and I would be ok for a couple events. is that true? or do I need more?
  6. Gate fees: $5.00 for the trackday/Practice $15.00 for the Race day Camping is Free RV power is limited and cost $10.00 Pets are allowed Price for practice is $85.00 The race entry fee is $55.00 for the first class, and $20.00 for additional classes.(if you wait till Thursday before the race The prices increase to $75/$25 Click here to register! http://FLSUPERMOTO.COM OR http://www.xtrm.com/web/Promoter/Event/EventInformation.aspx?lqb%2bNJ6QGdQHBU0lHlfCVQ%3d%3d12abc12 Bike prep is the usual sm race prep! so come out for this race!
  7. The new Husqvarna SM449 made an impressive debut in the first race of the Supermoto GP season that was held on Sunday 3 April at the circuit of Busca in the province of Cuneo.Rider Mauno Hermunen achieved a fantastic second place overall on the new SM449, showing the real pedigree of this new bike. It took Hermunen some time to find his rhythm during Saturday's timed practice and the best he could manage was eighth fastest, which put him at a distinct disadvantage for Sunday's races. However, in the first race he fought his way up to fifth place, which put him on second row for the start of heat two. From there, Mauno rediscovered his form and finished both second and third motos as runner-up, behind winner Thomas Chareyre.With this set of good results, Hermunen finds himself in second place in the overall standings, which gives him plenty of confidence for the first race in the Supermoto World Championship series, which begins this coming weekend.
  8. The NASMOTO Horsepower Circus Comes to New York For Memorial Day Weekend Santa Monica, CA - May 21, 2007 - The second round of the NASMOTO SuperMoto Grand Prix kicks off Sunday, May 27th over the Memorial Day weekend at the Cycle Performance Presents NASMOTO New York GP located in Cuddebackville, New York at the Oakland Valley Race Park (OVRP). The 14 turn half mile asphalt track includes a dirt section designed by the past AMA MX Champion and current AMA Hall of Fame member Doug Henry. It features table tops, banked turns and whoops placed in a pastoral setting with plenty of run off and great spectator viewing areas all along the track. OVRP is the oldest SuperMoto track on the East Coast and provides a top-shelf spectator event. The top Pro-Am riders from up and down the eastern seaboard are competing in this Regional Qualifier to become eligible for a berth at the NASMOTO AMA SuperMoto Grand Championships, scheduled for November, location to be announced. “We are excited to have the action-packed NASMOTO series back for the second year,” stated Mike Ferrucci, OVRP Owner. “With our outstanding local racers combined with the exceptional talent that NASMOTO draws we are expecting some of the most exciting wheel-to-wheel action available today,” he said. The Cycle Performance Presents NASMOTO New York GP features the following classes: SMX Pro-Am Open; SMX 250; SM1 Open; SM2 250; Open Amateur; Vet 35; Novice; Beginner; Premier Mini and Sport Mini. Also, back by popular demand for the second year are SMX ATV Pro and Amateur ATV SuperMoto. “We are pleased to be going to New York and OVRP,” says Ted Baker, NASMOTO Vice President. “Mike Ferrucci and his team have one of the best SuperMoto tracks on the east coast and we are proud to support his program. He has put a lot of work into his track and is attracting new riders to his great facility and the sport of SuperMoto. We expect to see hot competition between some of the top SuperMoto talent available today.” NASMOTO was created in 2004, in partnership with the AMA, to grow SuperMoto racing at all levels. Taking a grassroots approach by working with local clubs and promoters across North America, NASMOTO’s goal is to provide premier racing experiences for racers, fans, promoters and sponsors. New SuperMoto clubs are forming everywhere as the sport grows in the amateur ranks. To get involved as a promoter or racer, or for more information about rules, classes and regional and national events, please visit www.nasmoto.com, email info@nasmoto.com or call (416) 907-6817.
  9. Jack22

    Supermoto Jeff Ward retires

    Maybe, I'm trying to find a second source to confirm. Here is what I found on Bikerswag. http://www.bikerswag.com/rant.html As the 2007 AMA Supermoto season came to an end a couple of weeks ago, so did the amazing racing career of Jeff Ward. I first became aware of Jeff in 1977 when the then unknown Scotland born, California kid competed in his first professional motocross race. It didn't take long for him to make an impact on the sport and soon thereafter you could see his freckled face in just about every issue of Dirt Bike Magazine. By 1989 he had accomplished what no other motocross rider in history had done up to that point, winning every major AMA Motocross title including the coveted 500cc Motocross Championship. Later he went on to the Indy Racing League, where in 1997 he took 3rd place in the Indy 500. After eight years in open-wheel car racing he returned to motorcycles, entering the AMA Supermoto circuit where in 2006 at the age of 45 he not only won the AMA Supermoto Championship but also won the Supermoto X-Games Championship, a venue typically dominated by much younger athletes.
  10. MOTARD BLOW OUT!! LIMITED TIME ONLY!! Ok guys I have a hand hull of these 12x12 and 14x14 motards in stock and THEY MUST GO!!! VERY LIMITED # and TIME $ 12x12 $ 1899 SHIPPED!!! 14x14 $ 1999 SHIPPED!!! http://shop.pitsterpro.com/2009lxm160rtwelve.aspx http://shop.pitsterpro.com/2009lxm160rfourteen.aspx
  11. Picked this up as mostly stock "street legal" a few weeks ago Had to strip out what seemed like a mile of wiring and other garbage that made up the street legal part. It had a handlebar switch that only worked for blinkers, a pull switch with no knob behind the light mask for low beam, no high beam, no key, an exploded tusk dual sport battery kit, and wiring from probly 4 other kits. Stripped it all out and added a baja design kit like my XR, replaced all the plastic, added a 2008 headlight and sumo fender, 12a lithium battery to replace the 5a stocker that wouldn't crank in the cold, and a trail tech voyager (which I can't figure out a mount for yet). Loving the new looks and can't wait till I get my Supermoto wheels and tires next month. Here's how it sits after putting it back together today.
  12. I was practicing cornering in a parking lot yesterday trying to get low. This is a picture of my front tire after what I did in the video in the link further down. 20150404_125406_LLS by mcjasonb, on Flickr Do we have any supermoto experts here? I was able to get almost completely to the edge of my front tire. The back tire has been taken completely to the edge, the little Michelin men have gone away. I have not touched a peg on the pavement yet surprisingly. How much lower can I go on a good street tire like the Pilot Powers? Running 24psi front and 28psi rear by the way. I'm still a newb to supermoto. I wanna have fun and get confident in the corners, but I don't want to hurt myself (which is why this was done in an empty parking lot).
  13. zibbit u2

    Mid-life refresh 2009 KTM 105 SX

    I'll start this post by saying hi to the 2T Austrian crowd. I'm a little unknown to these threads because I used to frequent the WR450 side of the house... but like many of us, the need to mix fuel gets the better of us. Anyways, on with the post. About two months I started looking for a mini to compete against a whole herd of 150R's that were dominating our mini class with Victoria Supermoto. Thing was, I couldn't see myself riding red (plus they're super expensive around here), so I started looking for viable alternatives to the "norm". After a couple weeks of searching, I found this little gem on a local buy/sell/trade site. I knew it had potential against the herd.. but I wasn't too sure how much it'll cost me in the end. The things that attracted me to the bike.. 1: it had better components that the honda, 2: it was lighter, and 3: I kinda missed riding a 2T (1st bike in 1994 was a 1981 RM125). 4: 6 speed vs 5 So, I made an offer and the seller agreed to the price, so I took it home later that day. Day 1 was a long as I did a complete bike disassembly to survey for damage or items to replace/repair before bringing it to the track. Luckily the bike started first kick cold, and the previous owner had lots of fairly recent receipts for top/bottom end work carried out by a reputable shop locally, so I figured the motor didn't have to be opened up yet. Then I started scrubbing/cleaning.. I'll admit, my CDO (alphabetically correct OCD) took over and things started to snowball a bit. About 2 weeks later and a massive hoard of new shinny KTM parts later, I rebuilt the clutch M/C, bled the clutch, installed new EBC sintered pads (F/R), swapped brake fluid to Motul RBF660, replaced all chain sliders, repacked every bearing with grease, repacked the silencer and installed some Bridgestone BT45 tires on the factory 19/16 wheels. That was enough to do it's initial shakedown at the track. Now armed with the knowledge I learned from the outing, it was time to modify and address any issues I encountered while trackside. I started with the feeble factory 220mm front brakes.. and ordered the KTM 260mm hard-parts BBK. Next I moved on to gearing.. I quickly realized that a 13/51 wasn't ideal.. So I promptly ordered the factory 14/46 gears to boost my overall speed. Now, I could confidently get up to around 110 km/hr and stop almost as quickly without any sign of brake fade. Next, I ordered all new plastics, factory 2012 decal kit, throttle cable, SXS CDI, clutch basket, clutch hub, and new steels and fibres. Then, while I was ordering parts one of the parts guys asked what I was using the bike for.. and he showed me the hard parts catalogue from 2009 that had a factory Supermoto conversion kit for the 85 SX. I hate him.. now I had to have it. Unfortunately.. I was informed that everything was discontinued from KTM.. So the search began. About a week later, the latest batch of parts showed up, so I got to installing everything. Here's how it sits right now My search continues. So, to be continued..
  14. Chubs604

    Wheelie discussion

    Hey guys im new to super motos and dirtbikes in general but I have always loved them and finnaly got a drz400sm brand new 1500km on it. I am trying to learn clutch wheelies. I can get the tire up in the air in 1st gear (not to balance point) but in 2nd gear I cant get it to pop. Rarely on a hill I will get the smallest lift of the front tire like 1ft at the most. I have seen vids and know the drZ400sm is able to clutch up wheelies in even 3rd.. so what can I do to help. Whats the best way to learn? (bikes never been dropped and I don't want to!) I have been praticing in areas with no traffic. After about 4 attempts I feel like I am &%$#@!ing up my bike so I baby it through the gears nice and smoooth for a few km then try again. Does doing clutch wheelies harm the bike? What is the most common damage it does? (I think once you are a pro it is not bad at all because you know what your doing but Iv heard learning them can be brutally hard on the bike.) Everything is stock (exterior mods - new taillight / signals - armoured handgaurd with zeta handguards with the flashers built in - zeta 3 finger adjustable clutch lever (love this!) And zeta 3 finger break lever - removed right hand mirror. What I do.. slide back in the seat, squeeze the bike hard with my legs to hold it, rest foot on rear break pedal, going about 25 - 30km in 2nd gear I pull clutch in juice the throttle to a high sounding rpms, then let out the clutch. No where on my bike tells me what my rpms are at so I go by ear and I try to get as high rpm as it sounds before that awful red line screaming sound. -now in 1st gear I do the same thing and I get the wheel up no problem but as soon as its up I let off the throttle because the rpms sound like there getting super close to red line..
  15. Hey Guys My first time posting to the supermoto section. I'm not really building a supermoto bike but more of a street tracker. But I need some help with picking out a new rear rim. Basically i already laced a rear rim to my front hub. So as of now im running to rear rims (18x2.15). I thought it would look good running the same set up up front and back. But the more i look at my bike the more i want to bump up my rear tire size. Or widen it rather. So i'm going to lace a sumo rim to my rear hub. I don't want to change my front rim, i like it as is. But considering that my front rim is now 2.15 and will stay that way, i don't know if i should go 17x4.25 in the rear. That seems like a pretty big difference from front to rear. My gut is saying lace a 17x3.5 to the rear to make the front and rear look more balanced. Oh and I'm running Shinko SR428 130/80 - 18 on front and back Thoughts? Opinions? Questions?
  16. I have a 2007 drz400 and I have some head shake at high speeds, from roughly 67mph and up. It is not a rapid "shit yourself" uncontrollable shake but starts somewhat subtle at maybe 65-68mph and can be easily kept under control with some effort but gets a little worse and tougher to stop if I get into the 70's and up. Is this normal? Maybe the bike's way of saying "slow down"... I know a Dualsport is not exactly a HWY cruiser and all but the 1996 XT350 I had prior did not have the desire to shake even in to the 90mph range, not that I want to be riding around at these high speeds on a dualsport. I have had several other DS bikes and none had this much wiggle. It does have some really kobby tires for a DOT street tire and I have suspected that might be the cause Tires are Kenda Track Master K-760 model and they came with the bike when I bought it a few weeks ago. The tires still have a good amount of meat on them but I doubt the knobs will last long riding 100% pavement so maybe that will help?? Anybody elso have simir shake?
  17. mark22213

    supermoto questions

    okay im just board and seen alot of cool looking supermoto versions of this bike over seas and was wonder has any one in the states done one of there own ? what tire options do i have for a supermoto tire that will fit the stock rim? i want to do some black plastic to get rid of the white who sells black pasctics that will fit ive looked at acerbis and ufo but they only seem to have the x and r model plastics? any help would be awesome thanks o fyi i love my new exhust!!
  18. diesel matt

    XR400 Supermoto!

    Hey guys, What do you think of my new XR400 in supermoto trim!!?! I have been a Thumper talk fan for a while but not a member because i didn't have anything to contribute! But now I do! I am super excited for this bike. I have had it for over a year, and didn't ride it because it was to tall for me in the dirt trim. (I'm 5'6" on a good day) Even in the sumo trim, its still a bit tall but is manageable. The suspension is soft and sinks a bit when you get on it and the kick stand is a little to long now that the bike is shorter. I cant kick it unless its on the kickstand. But anyway, I just recently got my wheels from "Motostrano.com". I did the " SUPERMOTO CONVERSION KIT: WARP 9 SUPERMOTO WHEELS & TIRES" kit. It cost about $1300 and about 1500+ after taxes and shipping. (link: http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-Supermoto-Wheel-Tire-Kit-p/kit-w9tire.htm) I got a floating front rotor, red hubs, 4.25" rear wheel and pilot power tires (rear tire was a 150). Took about 4-5 weeks to get and when I did, they forgot to send the front brake caliper bracket, so I had to wait an extra week or so to get that. I really want to run Dunlop Q3 tires so a bought a set of cheap tires on ebay (Continental conimotions) that had a 160mm rear tire, because they smallest they make the Dunlops is a 160 rear. I know my bike would have fit a 150, but the rear test would be if i could fit a 160. So with the cheap tires in hand, I test mounted them on the rims and it clears everything except the chain slap. So it leaves a funny pattern on the left side of the tire, but its not too bad. On top of that, I put a new, non-oring chain on so it would be a thin as possible. I should have gotten just the rims because I used a cheap set of Ebay tires but I will use my pilot powers that the kit came with eventually.... Once I got it rolling, I noticed it was burning a lot of oil, so I tore the top end apart and installed a new cylinder base gasket, head gasket and valve seals! This bike is so much fun to wip around. Next step is wheelies! Let me know what you guys think! (Best canyon road around=tepusquet road, Santa Barbara county off rt 166!)
  19. I am in limbo... Should I buy supermoto wheels for about $500 dollars a piece, or do a "Hooligan Mod" style build for my wheels. The bought supermoto wheels will fit my bike and will only require install, but will be rather expensive. The built supermoto wheels (hooligan mod) will be cheap, but require a good bit of work to fit them. Note: I have a machine shop, lathe, welding skills, and lots of free time. Hooligan Mod Warp9 SM Wheels
  20. I believe this is a topic which hasnt been explored much on here as I havn't been able to find any info. I am curious to know if there is a road legal tyre that isnt knobbly that will fit onto standard 21" and 19" rims on a cr250. I plan on commuting on the bike on road and dont thing I'll be using it much on the dirt any more. A few days ago I nearly head on with a T junction because the knobblys didnt hold up while breaking. Has anyone on here switched from knobbly to road legal flattrack type tyre on original rims? Any pros cons to doing this? Sizes, makes, options would be appreciated Cheers guys
  21. laddy1987

    My Ride's Story

    Hey all this is the story of my 1984 XT600 I purchased it in feb 2011 it had 32000km on the clock and a horrible paint job It started life as a 43f but in its past it had all the Tenere bits added on including the tank, seat and side panels The engine is a mix of 43f bottom end (but not number matching to my frame) and a 3TB Top end, I have no idea if its had a upgraded piston or anything special done to the engine It does have a after market exhaust which really brings out the single thumper noise I then resprayed it my self in kawasaki orange pearl and had it mot'd and it passed first time it then looked like It then got stolen in mid march 2011, police couldnt find it and as my excess was so high i didnt claim and just took it on the chin. 26/7/2012 i went into my local bike shop (in the same town i live in!) to look at a white xt they had as a field bike, i told the bike shop owner i had one stolen and he was nice and wanted to make sure the one he was selling wasnt mine so i got my v5 (i never declared it lost/stolen/scrapped to the DVLA) and my vin matched! the police were called sorted some stuff out and as i never claimed technocally meens i still owned it! so i got it back there and then (bike owner even delivered it to my house!) Sadly it was in a right state! paint was terrible, lights and wirings all missing, massive oil leak, chains buggered and gennerally just been abused theres no clocks, etc so thats handy! Month of work it was Mot'd and ready for the road - all work except for valves and stator bolts were done by me and my dad Its had all new custom wiring for lighting, etc - now runs AC voltage only as the battery and regulator/rectifier were removed oil and filter (sorted oil leaks) chain and sprockets (see below) Speedo & Rev counter inc new Cables Carb cleaned & manifold rubbers replaced due to one of the old one split New Air filters New Spark Plug The engine was making a weird noise thought it was the cam chain so took it to a local machenic and he checked and thought it could be the valve clearences so he adjusted them and found the noise was from the stator bolts coming loose and coursing it to rattle all sorted now starts 100% better now! Front Sprocket (old one 1 tooth less) - Rear wasnt much better!
  22. Hayden Ploeger

    Crf250l Supermoto Help?

    So I have never actually posted on one if these forums. I usually just stalk them to get answers but I messed up and I might be out 800 bucks🙃 I have a 2013 CRF250L that I recently bought and I wanted to get supermoto wheels for it. I got online and almost ordered a set of warp 9 wheels but then I saw an add on Craigslist. Long story short I purchased lightly used warp9 wheels from a 2012 CRF250X not realizing the axles are different sizes. The rims are the same size as what comes in the kit from warp 9 but the spacers and bearings are larger on the wheels that I got. Does anyone know if I can buy new bearing and spacer kits to go in these hubs to fit them on my bike or will I need to purchase new hubs entirely? I work on a fishing boat and I'm off the coast of Oregon for a few weeks and wanted to order something so I can get these wheels on my bike when I get home. Thanks, The guy who f***** up
  23. I received this fender tonight as an early birthday gift. I have been toying with the idea of swapping to a smaller white front fender so the family has been listening to me I guess. I think the white color ties in better than the red, especially with the white hand guards. My plan was to do some research and find one from another bike and adapt it, my son figured he would pull the trigger on a $30 universal one and if I didn't like it then no big loss. New fender... The rear of the fender was going to hit so it was either put a bit of spacers in, heat and bend it or cut off part of the backside... out came the dremel to do some cutting (one of my favorite tools so any chance to use it I do, lol). New trimmed fender next to stock one... Here is how it turned out... Looks way different but I love the white. Wasn't sure on the placement but it's growing on me. I ride 80-90% street so not worried about less protection from the mud. When I had a WR250X Supermoto I trimmed the stock fender on that one as well, I'm not too into the huge stock ones. In the photo above the red on the seat looks way different than the red on the shrouds, in person they look much closer. If that bothers me I may look into painting the shrouds black and red and use a closer matching red.
  24. I have a 1991 kx125 and I'm tryin to put a rear street tire on it. the size is 100/90×19 and I can't find a rear tire that is 100/90×19 only front tires. Also can front tire fit on rear or is there a different tire size that will still fit my current 19in rim all help is appreciated
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