DUBYA USA CERAKOTE CERAMIC COATING

What It Is Let’s face it: A set of aftermarket billet aluminum hubs is a hefty investment, but stock hubs just don’t look that cool. Dubya USA is the premier source for everything related to aftermarket wheels—from hubs and spokes to nipples and rims—and now it also offers a great, more affordable alternative. Cerakote Ceramic … Read More

HOW TO TURN THE TRIUMPH STREET TWIN INTO A FLAT TRACKER

Triumph is pumping out hit after hit at the moment, building bikes that people want to buy. If we had to pick a machine from the ‘modern classics’ stable, it’d be a toss up between the Thruxton and the Street Twin. Much as we love the trad café styling of the Thruxton, this sharp little … Read More

How to Build a 2016 KTM 690 Duke Adventure

Having the best of both worlds—that was the goal for building the 2016 KTM 690 Adventure and it started with a new KTM 690 Duke. It’s much lighter and has a lot more power than the other 650s in its class. Of course you could buy a 2016 KTM 690 Enduro, but the Enduro is … Read More

2017 HONDA CRF450R HOP UP

When you buy a new motocross machine sometimes us Dirt Rider’s can’t leave well enough alone, even though in some cases we should? It’s almost like all motocross riders have some sort of ADD and we must tinker with our stock machines. So once we got our hands on our 2017 Honda CRF450R and completed … Read More

Tested: Dubya 2017 Yamaha YZ450F

One of the most common discussion or themes you’ll hear about the current crop of 450 motocross bikes is how good they are out-of-the-box. While we spend out diligent time nit-picking every year in our Shootouts to pick the best, there’s also truth to how good the bikes are at the moment. Take for example … Read More

WE RIDE DUBYA USA’S 2016 YAMAHA YZ450F

In our country’s history, there was a time when people around the world flocked to America in hopes of creating a better life for themselves and their families. Family businesses exploded from the Atlantic to the Pacific, each one priding itself on creating personal relationships with its customers. The family business, mom-and-pop stores passed down … Read More