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2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Standings

1. Ken Roczen - 367pts

Ken Roczen 1st place Fox Gear

2. Ryan Dungey - 343pts

Ryan Dungey 2nd place Dunlop Tires

3. Trey Canard - 302pts

Trey Canard 3rd place Fly Gear

4. James Stewart- 226pts

James Stewart 4th place Seven MX Gear

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Fox Racing V1 Matte Helmet Featuring stealth matte black finish with silver Fox logos, Matte V1 works with any kit in the line-up. Design and Function: Setting a new standard for value, comfort and p...
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Power Core 4 Slip-On Exhaust
$199.99 - $599.95
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You save up to $59.96 (10%)
FMF Power Core 4 Slip-On ExhaustRace inspired price point muffler made for maximum power output Aircraft quality extruded aluminum canister with stainless steel components Space Age internal packing ...

Dirt Bike Motocross Department

Dirt Bike Motocross Department

A sport with real breadth, dirt biking is more than just the race tracks of motocross. From the sun baked wide open desert to tight single track in rain soaked forests, dirt biking covers almost every surface and weather condition. And with such variety comes a need for parts and gear that is both specialized and adaptable. Motorcycle Superstore is an epicenter of dirt biking and carries the parts, accessories and gear a rider needs to stay out on two wheels. Gear up with the latest jerseys, pants, boots and helmets from Fox, Thor, Shift, Alpinestars, Bell, Gaerne, and Oakley. And when it’s time to create your own factory replica bike, find parts and accessories like exhausts, tires, suspension and motor mods from race worthy brands Pro Circuit, FMF, Wiseco, Acerbis, Pro Taper and Renthal.

Latest Reviews

Roger (Mukiteo, WA)

Air flow
Cost Benefit

Very happy.

Helmet fits/feels great. Very light and great venting with super value.

Sam (Valdosta, GA)


Worth it

I bought three sets of these tie downs and all of them are incredibly sturdy. They are soft on your handle bars, and they are handy if you have a race bike and don't use a kickstand, they stay attached to your trailer or truck and hook onto your bark buster when you park. I highly recommend them if you're looking for a high quality, durable strap.

Curtis (Eagle Point, OR)


Nice Product

Purchased for a KLX110 and it fit perfectly. Quality seemed spot on. No complaints here. I recommend it.

Sonny (Plymouth, VT, VT)

Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

7K and counting

I ride mostly pavement, gravel roads and class 4 roads. Good stability under 65mph, cornering is decent but I don't take turns aggressively. Dry traction is very good and haven't had any problems in the rain. Good on gravel and sand. The rear tire is now over 7K miles with enough tread for about another 1,000. Front has about 5K with a ton of tread but is wearing uneven, scalloping maybe due to improper balance. Excellent value at $90 for the pair shipped.

Frank (Medford, OR)

Cost Benefit

Fox Racing Legion Pants

The fit and finish are excellent. These pants complete my Fox riding gear apparel. You see, I had everything from helmet to boots. Now I feel whole.

Zachary (North Pole, AK)

Cost Benefit

Exactly what you would expect

Great fit and finish at a price I couldn't dream of beating. The rise was not tall enough for my application (2008 KLR 650) and required me to get risers to just return to factory height, but that is my fault for not checking more.

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