Motocross and Off-Road Motorcycle Setup Guide (Motorbooks Workshop) (Paperback)

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Description


For many motorcyclists, the most popular part of a cycle magazine is the question-and-answer section dealing with maintenance, modification, and setup how-to information. The Motocross and Off-Road Motorcycle Setup Guide eliminates guesswork by providing setup and maintenance information every rider needs in a series of step-by-step photo sessions and to-the-point chapters.

Author Mark Thompson focuses on the basic tasks and setup challenges encountered by all dirt bike owners, regardless of bike brand, size, or age. Whether it’s changing a tire, lubricating a cable, replacing a chain, or setting up suspension components, The Motocross and Off-Road Motorcycle Setup Guide is an essential tool for anyone who rides in the dirt.

About the Author


Mark Thompson began racing motocross in 1969. He is the former editor of several national motorcycle magazines, has written thousands of magazine articles for a wide variety of publications, and is the author of MBI\u2019s Motocross and Off-Road Training Guide. He currently owns Bear Sports in West Chester, Ohio, a motocross performance shop that specializes in both vintage and modern motocross products and services.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780760335963
ISBN-10: 0760335966
Publisher: Motorbooks
Publication Date: April 5th, 2010
Pages: 144
Language: English
Series: Motorbooks Workshop