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Maintenance tips for dirt bikes

19th December 2021
"Dirt bike maintenance is essential to keep your machine running happily, and to stop it from falling apart as you head out into the trail."

Every time you ride your dirt bike it has to take an absolute hammering. It gets plastered in mud and has to handle some of the roughest terrains.

Dirt bike maintenance is essential to keep your machine running happily, and to stop it from falling apart as you head out into the trail.

Here are some tips that will make your Dirt bike riding safe and fun:

Clean the air filter

Checking the air filter is a more involved process than most backyard mechanics think.

Just a single piece of grit is enough to put a scoreline inside the cylinder, or cause damage to a piston ring, so you need to do your best to prevent it from getting through.

When you remove the seat to reach the filter, it's also a good idea to wash inside the airbox.

You can use an airbox wash cover to prevent any grit or water from going through the intake into the engine.

Wash your bike after every ride

Be gentle. We recommend simply using a bucket of water and a selection of brushes to knock off the mud.

You can use a pressure washer, but be careful to deflect the water away from the bike, so you don’t force water and dirt into areas where it can damage the engine or electrical components.

Consider using an airbox cover to seal off the carburetor from water and debris.

Check your chain tension

Checking chain tension is easily one of the most overlooked maintenance items on your motorcycle, yet it is extremely important.

If your dirt bike drive chain is particularly muddy, allow the mud to dry overnight, so it can be more easily removed with a nylon brush.

Once the chain is clean, lubricate it with high-quality chain lube.

Engine Oil

Oil is essentially the blood that pumps through the heart of the motorcycle–the engine. Its job is to lubricate and cool the internal components.

That’s why it’s crucial to check the engine oil level before every ride. Most motorcycles have a sight glass located toward the bottom of the engine case.

As a rule of thumb, the engine oil level should be halfway up the sight glass.

Check your tire pressure

Use a tire pressure gauge to set the proper pressure based on the terrain condition.

After the tires have cooled down you'll need to check both tire pressures.

You likely adjusted them to suit the conditions you were riding on that day, so now's a good time to set them back to the safe margins of 12 psi front and 13 psi rear.

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How to Pick the Perfect Dirt Bike?

5th January 2021
"The only dirt you should like is a dirt bike!"

Because of their trendy appearance, large grasped tires, ground clearance, high seat height, and strong performance, dirt bikes have always been a piece of attraction. You want to make sure it's as cool as it sounds when you find a dirt bike for sale that does seem like a great fit. Boost your odds of becoming a happy client when you buy a dirt bike with these five things to keep in mind.



Though dirt bikes are often much less costly than vehicles, you do need to create a solid budget, it can cost lakhs even used or pre-owned dirt bikes. Look back to look at your revenue and the financial commitments you actually have. In addition to the bike itself, keep in mind there may be additional charges. For example, some small maintenance may be needed for the bike you prefer, such as a new air filter or a fluid change, or you may also have to do a few adjustments, such as repairing leaky fork seals or changing the valves. Taking into account the cost of parts and whether or not you can do the task yourself or whether you would have to hire others to do it for you.

Research Research Research

You want to study the make and model you're thinking about having, no matter whether you're purchasing your first dirt bike or your 10th. In specific, search to make sure that the bike for sale is one that fits your riding style and skills. First, do some research into the bike ratings, mentioning what owners most enjoy and what they least like. Was the bike recalled? Are there any general problems you need to be mindful of with maintenance?

Study how much the bike is sold for when you're at it and equate it to the price of the one you're contemplating.

Inspect the bike thoroughly

Make sure you know what the history looks like if you're buying a secondhand bike. This is one of the things to look out for when buying a used di Never agree to purchase something like a dirt bike sight unseen or without first taking the chance to examine the bike carefully. Begin by inspecting every part of the bike, but don't stop there. A very detailed inspection implies speaking up and even answering a lot of questions.

How extensively is the bike used, and how long has it been for the individual? Is it ever been in any incidents or had any questions you need to know upfront about? Over the years, was the bike adequately maintained, and what was the servicing schedule like?

Don’t Rush

Even if you have fallen absolutely in love with the bike you are considering and there must be a hundred other prospective buyers looking at it as well, it is crucial to take all the time you need to make a final decision. Be sure that this is certainly the bike you like and that it really is the best possible match for your needs. Know, for the years to come, you and this bike will be sharing a great deal of time together.


We're not concerned about the size of the engine here, but the real size of the vehicle. "As the phrase of riding goes: "You really shouldn't be riding it if you can't flatfoot it.

Yeah, there is far more land clearance for dirt bikes than for other street bikes. It's too wide for you, though, if your feet can't hit the ground while you're straddling a saddle.

At least, if you need to "tip-toe" the bike into a muddy pit or take a rest break after going up a large slope, you want to be able to bring the heels of your feet down. Even, if you need to brake unexpectedly to escape anything dangerous and you can't hit the pavement, say hello to getting your leg pinned under your bike!

Skill Level & Experience

In comparison with street bikes, dirt bikes are distinct beasts. If you can ride a cruiser down the streets of the city, fine, but you'll be shocked by how unique a dirt bike looks and moves.

You are in for quite a shock if you look at a 250cc single engine on a dirt bike and laugh at it because the Kawasaki Z400 has about twice the displacement. Dirt motorcycles are light. Like a 650cc on a street bike, a 250cc single on a dirt bike. Treat it terribly, and let's just presume you better make sure you're up to date on your health care.

That's why we suggest that you remain in the 125cc to 200cc range for the first bike, and you're under 80kgs.

                                      Happy Riding!

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The Price of Dirt Helmets In Nepal.

9th November 2021
"Are you looking for Dirt Helmets? Helmets are safety gear to prevent injuries. So choosing the right motorcycle helmet is very important."

Are you looking for Dirt Helmets? Helmets are safety gear to prevent injuries. So choosing the right motorcycle helmet is very important. Here is the list of the price of Dirt Helmets you can find in Nepal.

1. Acerbis X-Racer

Acerbis X-Racer

Price: ₨ 25,500.00

2. Acerbis X-Track

Acerbis X-Track

Price: ₨ 25,500.00

Colors: Grey, red and White



Price: Rs 17,575.00

4. Nitro MX620

Nitro MX620

Price: ₨ 10,450.00

5. Nitro MX670

Nitro MX670

Price: ₨ 10,450.00

6. Shiro MX – 311 Tourism (Flour Yellow)

Shiro MX – 311 Tourism (Flour Yellow)

Price: ₨ 10,350.00

7. Vega Dirt Thunder (Dull Black Red)

Vega Dirt Thunder (Dull Black Red)

Price: ₨ 3,760.00

8. Vega Mount Dirt (Orange)

Vega Mount Dirt (Orange)

Price: ₨ 4,500.00

9. Vega Mount Max (Gloss Neon)

Vega Mount Max (Gloss Neon)

Price: ₨ 4,500.00

10. Vega Mount Max (M.Red)

Vega Mount Max (M.Red)

Price: ₨ 4,500.00

11. Zexx Dirt (Black White)

Zexx Dirt (Black White)

Price: ₨ 7,470.00

Colors: Blue neon, Orange white, and red white



Price: Rs 17,575.00



Price: ₨ 18,500.00

14. Rymic Retro (Grey, Yellow, Red)

Rymic Retro (Grey, Yellow, Red)

Price: ₨ 16,150.00

15. Rymic Retro (White, Black)

Rymic Retro (White, Black)

Price: ₨ 16,150.00

16: Rymic Retro (White, Red, Black)

Rymic Retro (White, Red, Black)

Price: ₨ 16,150.00

Note: The price may vary from time to time. ( Especially during the time of offer and festivals) 

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