Camso Launches Snowrush Program for Early Access to 2019 Snow Bike Conversion

Camso, formerly Camoplast Solideal, has launched its Snowrush Program for the newest model of the company’s dirt-to-snow bike conversion system. The program will allow customers and dealers early access to the 2019 Camso DTS 129, plus extras to further the experience.

Pro Circuit 2018 YZ450F Exhaust

Pro Circuit’s T-6 and Ti-6 line of exhaust systems for the new YZ450F model continue with improved performance YZ riders have come to know. 

AJP Announces 2018 U.S. Model Lineup, Including 600cc Rally Bike

The off-road race-only edition of the PR7 is coming to the U.S. While it is not street legal, the new off-road bike is designed to be the ultimate open-class rally racer.

Cernic’s Cycle World

The fans are out of their seats screaming. It’s the last lap and the two frontrunners are swapping the lead like madmen. Round the last turn, taking some air on a whoop, the checkered flag is just ahead… and the guy with the Cernic’s decal wins by a wheel. Although this is only an amateur

Camso Expands Manufacturing to Launch New Dirt-to-Snow Bike

Camso has completed expansion of its Shawinigan, Québec manufacturing facility to support the demand of its new Camso DTS 129 product line. Camso has grown its Shawinigan facility footprint by 25% and its manufacturing capacity by 50%.

Honda to Release All-New 2017 CRF Models

On the 15th anniversary of Honda’s original 450cc class four-stroke motocross model, Honda announced a revolutionary CRF450R that promises to be the most powerful, best-handling Honda motocross machine ever. Honda also announced the remainder of its 2017 model-year CRF competition dirt bike model line.

In the News: Police Searching for Burglars Targeting Powersports Dealers in Dallas Suburb

According to a Dallas Morning News report, police are searching for a vehicle to try and track down a the burglars responsible for robbing seven motorcycle and bicycle dealerships across the Dallas suburbs since December.

Dishing the Dirt!

Dirt is for taters, at least according to conventional urban street bike wisdom.