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TRAVIS SPADER’S FACTORY FLYER |

TRAVIS SPADER’S FACTORY FLYER Winning the Grand Na­­tional Pro Series is the ultimate goal for most of today’s top ATV riders. Along with the excitement, ad­renaline rush, and glamor, one can al­­so experience constant frustration, heartbreak, and disappointment. Such was the case last year for New Jer­sey’s Travis Spader. While showing the talent and speed to run up front, he failed to make it to the checkered flag on nu­mer­ous occasions. Call it bad luck if you will, but mechanical breakdowns and crashes were…

Duncan Racing Warrior vs. Duncan Racing Honda 300EX

**Editors Note- Test from our DEC 97 issue. Pair of Duncan Doughnuts. When it comes to reliable performance, Dun­can Racing is extremely confident of the products that it sells. So confident, in fact, that it offers a 30-day, 100% money-back guarantee with all of its performance products. If you are not happy with the performance, quality, or reliability of any Dun­­can Racing product, send it back and your money will be refunded. We wanted to put Loren Duncan, the owner of Duncan Racing, to the test, so we had…

PROJECT ATV: HONDA TRX250R

One crazy ’88 By the staff of Dirt Wheels PROJECT ATV: HONDA TRX250R This exceptional Duncan Racing 1998 Honda TRX250R two-stroke build is not restoration in the classic sense. Restoration is a faithful return of the machine to the exact condition it was in when it hit the showroom floor. This one has been returned to better-than-new condition, and it has more stock and original parts than most of the TRX250R builds we see. It has also been upgraded with seriously trick aftermarket parts—the best that can still…

A TWO-STROKE MASTERPIECE

By the staff of Dirt Wheels Photos by Pat Carrigan (Yeah, my photos are dark and out of focus, but Pat can fix them.) A TWO-STROKE MASTERPIECE The iconic Yamaha Banshee has found a place in the hearts of thousands with its two-stroke, twin-cylinder, fire-breathing engine. They scream and sing over dunes, rip through the desert, and are even seen looping around racetracks and negotiating tight trails. After an amazingly long run, Yamaha eventually ceased production of the Banshee in 2006 for the U.S. market.…