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FMF VISION SUNGLASSES

FMF VISION SUNGLASSES FMF VISION continues to expand its range, now with a full line of lifestyle sunglasses. The initial collection offers eight unique frames, each with three distinct colorways to pack a powerful look for everyone.…
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SNOWSHOE GNCC: 2018

SNOWSHOE GNCC: 2018 The AMSOIL Snowshoe event is one of the most anticipated rounds of the AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series, an AMA National Championship, and this year it was no different. This event is a tribute race…
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FMF FALL APPAREL LINE

For the launch of the new FMF Fall 2018 Apparel line we followed Aaron Plessinger through his 2018 championship Supercross season to carrying the red plate into the outdoors. As we followed the Ohio native through all…
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ADAM McGILL’S HONDA TRX250R

-- The Blackwater 100 was dominated by this fast 2-stroke quad -- In 1975 a race was born in the muddy waters of Davis, West Virginia. Dave Coombs, owner of the famed GNCC racing series, was contacted by a small-town preacher…
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PROJECT HONDA TRX450R: BACK TO THE FUTURE

A time-traveling DeLorean-inspired desert dasher By the staff of Dirt Wheels Think back to the 1980s if you can. And if you can’t, then you’ll surely recognize the futuristic film franchises that appeared during…
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PRO-BUILT: THE NATIONAL CHAMP’S YFZ450R

Make your Yamaha rule the trees By the staff of Dirt Wheels It takes a special type of talent and drive to be a GNCC pro ATV champion and an even rarer sort of person to win multiple titles in a row. As you might imagine,…
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PROJECT ATV: Banshee Back to Life!

Throughout ATVing’s history, there have been a handful of machines that have earned legendary status. Among them are the famed Honda 250R, Suzuki’s LT500 Quadzilla and Yamaha’s screaming Banshee 350 twin. Yes, they are all two-strokes, and…
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PROJECT FROM THE PAST: XC Racer Suzuki LT-R450

When Suzuki introduced the track-ready, 49-inch wide LT-R450, they turned a lot of heads. Now amateur MX racers had a machine they could take off the dealer showroom floor, add a few safety features, and race it that weekend. They would…
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