Oakley PRIZM Lens Chart for Dirt Bike Riders.

Here is an Oakley PRIZM lens chart for dirt bike riders only. It includes visual light transmission (VLT), UV ratings and most ideal use for each lens. If you would like to learn more about Oakley PRIZM lens technology and how they are made, have a read of my Oakley MX Goggle lens guide for …

Motocross Insurance: How to Get the Right Healthcare Plan for Dirt Bike Riding.

Motocross insurance is a complicated topic (like all insurance) and the whole subject can get confusing. Also, insurance companies are sneaky and they will conveniently not tell you about certain details to try to avoid paying out claims. This is why I have tried to condense the following information into the most vital insurance topics …

Oakley MX Goggle Lens Guide for Dirt Bike Riders.

Out of all lens manufacturing companies, Oakley spend the most money on research and development in their never ending mission to create the most advanced lenses in the world. Their latest technology is PRIZM tech and it’s a game changer. What is Oakley PRIZM MX Technology? Oakley PRIZM is the very clever process of injecting …

Dragon Motocross Goggle Lens Color Guide for Dirt Bike Riders.

Dragon Clear Lens 90% VLT* 100% UVA/UVB protection Dragon Clear motocross lenses are for evening use or very low light, no glare, overcast days only. Dragon Yellow Lens 70% VLT 100% UVA/UVB protection  Dragon Yellow motocross lenses are for dawn, dusk and evening conditions. They are designed to provide as much light, depth of perception and clarity as …

What is a Street Legal Dirt Bike Called?

There are 3 types of street legal dirt bikes available. They are called: Dual Sport, Adventure and Supermoto/Motard. #1 Dual Sport. Dual sport dirt bikes are super popular because they are street legal straight off the showroom floor without having to do any modifications to them. Just throw some plates on them and you can …

What is Motocross?

Motocross is riding a dirt bike around a closed circuit track that contains all sorts of challenging terrain such as jumps, raised corners (called berms), hills, slopes and bumpy sections (called whoops). Why is it called Motocross? In its rawest form, motocross means riding or driving a machine with a motor in it (moto) across …

Are Dirt Bikes Street Legal? And 11 other Popular Dirt Bike Questions.

Summary #1 Are dirt bikes street legal? #2 Are dirt bikes dangerous? #3 What type of dirt bike should I get? #4 What is the best type of dirt bike gear to get? #5 What do I think of Chinese dirt bikes? #6 Where are there good places to ride? #7 Which is better, 2 …

Are Motocross Goggles the Same as Ski Goggles?

Quick answers: No they are not the same. Here are the 7 differences I’ve found from comparing the two – 1. All quality snow goggles have complete UVA and UVB protection, which is essential for the snow. Some motocross goggles are not fully protected from UVA & UVB. 2. Snow goggles have a dual lens …

100% Motocross Goggle Lens Color Guide for Dirt Bike Riders.

Summary – 100% Clear Lenses (90% VLT*): Clear motocross lenses have no tinting and let 90% all the light into your vision and are good for evening use or very low light, no glare, overcast days only. 100% Yellow Lenses (75% VLT):The yellow motocross lens is the lightest of all tinted lenses and is used …

How to Get Air Bubbles Out of Dirt Bike Graphics (the Easy Way)!

Fast answer:  Get yourself a fresh razor blade and a hair dryer. (The razor blade needs to be new because an old one won’t slice the vinyl as cleanly and may leave rust on the vinyl.)  First, heat up the air bubble with the hair dryer. This will make the trapped air inside the air …