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Enduro Engineering Evolution Debris Deflectors

March 1, 2018 // 0 Comments

  The Enduro Engineering Evolution Debris Deflectors are a set of wraparound handguards that take Enduro Engineering’s typical high level of protection and applies it to both your hand and your handlebar controls. The proven and robust design uses a solid 6061 T6 aluminum alloy bar, billet adapter mounts, and zinc plated hardware at both the bar end and deflector. With this design, the handguards get extremely solid mounting points, an easy installation, and plenty of room inside the [Read More...]

Riding Tips: How to Ride the Rocks!

September 11, 2014 // 59,214 Comments

I have always been of the opinion that dirt bike riding is more art than science. That being said, proper technique for riding the rocks can be broken down in to a three part equation.   The proper approach for dealing with rock gardens is often counterintuitive: keep your speed up and attack.  But before you grab a gear and attack, you need to have your bike properly set up.   Take your suspension for example: run it too stiff and you will deflect all over and place and increase your [Read More...]

Concho National Enduro

March 25, 2014 // 15,702 Comments

Concho National Enduro Blackwell, Texas Round II FMF Factory KTM Rider Charlie Mullins made it two wins in a row at the Concho National Enduro in Blackwell, Texas, Round 2 of the National Enduro Series. Mullins got off to another fast start by winning the first three tests before crashing and surrendering test four to Andrew Delong. Mullins started the day by putting 29 seconds between himself and second place finisher, Grant Baylor. By the end of test two, Mullins added another eight seconds [Read More...]

Mike Lafferty Earns his 14th Alligator Enduro Win

March 10, 2014 // 219 Comments

Factory KTM/FMF rider Mike Lafferty earned his 14th overall win at the 2014 Alligator Enduro. The 64th running of the Alligator Enduro was hosted by the Daytona Dirt Riders and was held at the Strickland Ranch for the second year in a row. With several sections literally under water, the club was forced to shorten the course from 65 to 44 miles. As the day wore on, the club re-routed several sections in response to the deteriorating conditions. The course alternated from long stretches of muddy [Read More...]

Mullins Dominates Sand Lapper Enduro

March 3, 2014 // 21,364 Comments

Salley, SC – Factory FMF/KTM rider and reigning champion, Charlie Mullins, dominated the opening round of the AMA Rekluse National Enduro Series taking five of the six special test wins on his way to victory. Mullins was on the gas from the first test section onward. “I actually had a pretty hard crash in the first test but still managed to pull the fast time,” stated Mullins. His test time in the first section was 7 seconds better than the next competitor and he went on to win the next [Read More...]