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    Honda CRF450R

    Honda CRF450R
    The total package of light weight and handling. Considered among the best motocrossers of their class, and have been a leading seller since their introduction.
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    Yamaha YZ450F

    Yamaha YZ450F
    Credited as the bike that started the four-stroke dirt bike revolution. The YZ450F is one of the most popular and dependable dirt bikes made.
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    Kawasaki KX250F

    Kawasaki KX250F
    A proven race-winner and a potent track weapon in the hands of any serious rider. The KX250F continues its reputation as a great bike, being highly regarded in all dirtbike shootouts.
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    Suzuki RMZ450

    Suzuki RMZ450
    The RM-Z450 is comfortable, fast and turns as tight as you want it to. It continues to evolve year after year and is one of the most popular dirt bikes made.
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    Honda CRF250R

    Honda CRF250R
    The Honda CRF250R is one of the best handling bikes in the class. Continuing to upgrade year after year making it one of the most popular and dependable dirt bikes made.
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    Dirt Bike & Motocross Parts Department

    Dirt Bike   Motocross Parts Department

    As strong and tough as dirt bikes are, they’re still far from unbreakable. Faced with an incredibly difficult life that can consist of hardcore racing abuse and months of maintenance neglect, the wear and tear can really add up. Motorcycle Superstore and the dirt bike parts department is here to not only help you keep your bike running but also to improve it to become the ultimate race weapon. OEM grade parts like top end rebuild kits and replacement plastic can help return your machine to factory levels and yet if you want to step things up a notch, companies like FMF, Pro Circuit and Yoshimura have the race quality parts and exhaust to unleash the horsepower. From handlebars to air filters to chains and sprockets, find what you need with a list of brands that includes Renthal, Pro Taper, Acerbis, Wiseco and Works Connection.

    Latest Reviews

    TMS (Bozeman, MT)

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    It Is What It Is

    I've put on quite a few different types of hand/brush guards on all different bikes. These guards are as advertised, haven't had a hard crash on them yet- only two drops.They held up fine with those two and the parts seem to made from solid materials. These bars are meant for standard bars, any Magura, Tag/ProTaper oversize type bars won't fit the bar clamps unless you buy longer bar clamp bolts, not recommended. All in all good guards.

    Jim (Sheboygan, WI)

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    Shim Kit

    Glad I bought the kit, better than buying individual shims at the Honda shop. Fair price, quick delivery.

    Andrew (Provo, UT)

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    Recommend

    So far, so good

    The instructions were good. The price was right. Been on a few rides with it. But.... Ask me again in a few thousand miles. I bought this because my bike threw a chain- bad master link. NEVER use a master link with a clip. Either screws or a real, live rivet.

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