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  1. Supermoto
    Hi , i have a 2008 ktm 125 sx and im turning it into a supermoto , can i fit a 5.0” wheel in the rear ? And if so what size tyre i have done some measuring and the swing arm is 7.5” inner edge to inner edge but what tire can i put on ? Thanks and merry Christmas
  2. KTM Technical Bulletins
    Information on CONTINENTAL Tyre Exchange Program CONTINENTAL the tyre manufacturer started a voluntary tyre exchange program on August 11th, covering around 170,000 motorcycle tyres of the sizes 120/70 ZR 17 and 120/70 R 17. According to “CONTINENTAL” market feedback indicates that a very small...
  3. New Member Introductions
    Hi guys. My name is Paul and I've recently started up an Enduro/Motocross/Trials business with my sister Lisa and brother-in-law (and enduro rider) Paul 'Bolts' Bolton. Any of you that follow Hard Enduro will probably know Bolts! I don't want to sound like a salesman, but if any of you ride on...
  4. 950/990 Supermoto
    Hopefully someone can give me a bit of advice. I'm sure tyres have been covered before, so apologies if it has, but just punctured my rear Pirelli scorpion sync. Phoned the bike shop hopping for a like for like swap. The sync's have been discontinued. I really liked the sync. Great in the wet...
  5. Supermoto
    Hello guys Riding my bike today and someone pointed out that my chain was rubbing on my bike tyre which i hadn't noticed before. Was wondering what can I do for a bigger clearance but I was thinking it could be down to the tyre width?
  6. Off-Road / Enduro
    Hi. What pressure is best for a trials on the rear fitted with a heavy duty inner tube? I am required to use it for a hare and hounds at the weekend. I usally run my tyres between 12 - 15 PSI but can I go a bit lower on a trials tyre? Do you get more grip with them harder or softer? I don't...
  7. Off-Road / Enduro
    I was changing my rear tyre today which has a mousse fitted and I thought I'd take a few photos as I went along and show how I do it. The method I use might be different to what others do but I find this way easy and it usually takes me about 10-15 minutes to change a tyre over. I don't have a...
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