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Are You Subscribed to the Dennis Kirk YouTube Channel?

Posted on 17 Feb 2012 in Powersports | 2 comments

From Tech Tips, Products Reviews, Brand Overviews and Product Information to Customer Videos and Event Coverage, the Dennis Kirk YouTube Channel has something for everyone!  Wondering when you should replace your Dirt Bike or ATV tires?  Are you looking to see the features of the newest Klim Parkas?  No matter what the application, we’re bound to have a video for you! A Customized Harley Road Glide for a Disabled Rider Paul has been a Dennis Kirk customer for over 30 years, since the 70’s. He has customized his 2004 Harley Davidson Road Glide with modified hand controls and a rack for his wheelchair. You can’t keep this rider off the road!

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Congratulations to our Klim Jacket Winner!

Posted on 15 Feb 2012 in Powersports | 0 comments

Over the past couple of weeks many of you subscribed to our blog for the chance to win a Klim Jacket and today we are happy to announce the winner. Congratulations to John Gerbec of Cheektowaga, New York! John won a brand new Klim Torque Jacket to keep him warm and stylin’ while he rides this winter. You might not have won this time but there will be plenty of other opportunities! We are constantly updating our blog with new contests, as well as promotions, insider tips and tricks, and industry news. Have you entered any of our contests yet?  

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New Arctiva Videos on the Dennis Kirk YouTube Channel

Posted on 14 Feb 2012 in Snowmobile | 0 comments

The team at Arctiva stopped by recently to talk to us about their latest lines of snow gear. We snapped up the opportunity to shoot some videos allowing those that know the intricacies of the line to tell you what’s new. The video’s are embedded below directly from our Youtube channel. Grab some popcorn and enjoy the show! A proper layering system is the key to staying dry and warm while riding. An effective layering system starts with a base layer which wicks moisture (sweat) away from your body. The second layer in the Arctiva system is the Regulator. For more extreme temperatures, the Arctiva Insulator series provides the additional warmth required. The Comp 6 Insulated gear delivers all of the authentic competition styling of the RR […]

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When to Replace Dirt Bike Tires

Posted on 08 Feb 2012 in Dirt Bike | 0 comments

Unlike street bikes where worn out tires are characterized by the wearing of the tread or bald spots, determining when you might need new tires for your Trail or Dirt Bike isn’t so straight forward. Typically, riding off road, dirt tracks or trails, doesn’t wear your tires down like pavement riding does, so careful examination of your tires is required to decide if you need to replace them or not. Obvious things to look for are missing knobs that may have popped off while riding rugged terrain. The most common wear sign though, is the rounding of the corners on the squared knobs. The more rounded these knobs become, the less grippy the tires will be. MX riders generally switch their tires out after each race, knowing […]

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O2 Pursuit: Prototype of the Australian Compressed Air Motorcycle Revealed

Posted on 07 Feb 2012 in Powersports, Sport Bikes | 0 comments

A vehicle that runs on air. It sounds like a brilliant idea, but energy is still needed to compress the air and the losses that go with converting energy still have to be taken into account, just as in fossil fuel-based propulsion systems. Industrial Design student Dean Benstead, the designer of the system, thinks that compressed air does have a role to play in the future transport mix, and he’s designed a working air-powered motorcycle prototype with a view to exploring the viability of the application. The 02 Pursuit was revealed in a working demo at the Sydney Motorcycle & Scooter Show in Australia on Friday November 25, 2011. Have you seen this? What do you think of it?

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