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2013 24 Hrs at Starvation Ridge - Team Race Report

Posted on October 28, 2013
It was looking to be an epic year for our ‘Old Enough to Know Better’ 40 expert team at the Ridge this year. With the group we put together, we were expecting to throw down a standard that would be hard to match and leave younger teams scratching their heads in disbelief. Of course, things don’t always go as planned. I guess that is why the call it racing, not simply ‘winning’. I’ll cut to the end right now read more...

DirtWise Off-road Riding tip - Grinding

Posted on October 10, 2013
Grinding is the ability to slide in a straight line and is used many times out on the trail - some of those moments being to conquer deep straight ruts by running your front wheel out of them to limit your possibility of getting wedged in there and stuck, plus also when going up steep hills at an angle or across them. You use the 4 key points of sliding to read more...

2013 AMA National Western Hare Scrambles- The Funky Chicken

Posted on July 9, 2013
Round 5 of the AMA Western Hare Scrambles is in the bag, and it was another great day at the Big K ranch in Elkton, OR. Put on by the ETRA club and sponsored by KTM Country, it promised to be a memorable event. I surely cannot speak for all the other participants, but I can tell my story. Well, at least the way I remember my story. read more...

2013 Summer Newsletter

Posted on July 3, 2013
Summer is finally here! Boats are getting waxed, motorcycles are firing up, and RV's are getting loaded. Seems like just yesterday we were battling snow, and that pesky frost on our windshields. Now we are maxing out our Air conditioning systems. For this upcoming season, make sure to take care of your battery systems. It's a great time to check the water level in your batteries, clean the terminals, and make sure your batteries are fully charged and ready for adventure when you are. read more...

2013 Oregon State Hare and Hound

Posted on May 22, 2013
As I sit here during my Monday lunch break I figured I better write this race report without delay. Why? Because the older I get and the longer ago the event, the faster I was. If I write the report next Friday, I will have lapped everyone. Twice. read more...

The Right Way to Build Solar Systems

Posted on March 27, 2013
A great tutorial and explanation on building your own solar systems. read more...

Race Report - Jason Thomas wins 2nd in GNCC Series

Posted on March 13, 2013
DirtWise Schools/KTM-Parts.com/Maxxis team racer Jason Thomas rode to a magnificent second place finish in the XC2 Pro class at Round 1 of the GNCC series, held in perfect conditions at River Ranch (Lake Wales, FL) on Tuesday, March 12.

Round 2 of the GNCC series will be conduct near Athens, GA this Sunday, March 17. read more...

The Online Automotive World

Posted on February 21, 2013
The internet has made so many things much easier these days. There are many automotive parts that are not available at your local auto parts store. You cannot get a front fender or a driver's side door from Napa or Pepboys. The internet is a great resource for finding those car parts that are not always so easy to locate and purchase. Thus vendors that specialize in one particular niche of the automotive market can get better deals on their inventory and pass the savings on to the consumer. read more...

What is Good Customer Service, Exactly?

Posted on January 31, 2013
Customer Service. We’ve all heard it, we all want it, but what does it really mean? I’ve spent a bit of time recently processing this question. I guess it boils down to the end product. When it is all said and done, and words stop flying, it should be the last impression the customer has of the company before he goes off to use whatever product or service he purchased. read more...

Liquid Battery Restoration with Battery Equaliser

Posted on January 18, 2013
If you're a regular commuter, then you probably don't experience battery troubles too often. Regularly using your motor vehicle will keep the battery charged after the end of every good long ride. So, why did your 'not so old' battery act like it's on its last legs of life? While there can be a variety of battery problems, statistically the most common cause of early battery failure is Sulfation. read more...

        
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