So you want to know all the bling that went into building a super cross motorcycle for the AMA Motocross Championship? Many riders keep their OEM motorcycle parts and accessories a secret. Most riders stay true to their sponsors and use only their approved parts. Well here is a short list complied by BikeBandit.com for your viewing on what parts many of the riders are using. Use this list to pimp out your bike and match what the pros are using.
The AMA Motocross Championship begins in mid May and continues until late August in the United States. This year the AMA Motocross Championship is sponsored by Lucas Oil and is named the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. The championship consists of twelve rounds at twelve major tracks all over the continental United States. Tracks are located through the US starting in Sacramento CA on May 21 st and ending in Crawfordsville IN on August 27th.
This year there were three classes: the 250 Motocross Class for 0–125cc 2-stroke motorcycle or 150–250cc 4-stroke motors and the 450 Motocross Class for 150–250cc 2-stroke or 251–450cc 4-stroke motors and a Women’s Class. This year 450cc winner was Ken Rocze & 250cc winner was Cooper Webb. Rocze won ridding a Suzuki and Webb won ridding a Yamaha.
Both used aftermarket performance motorcycle parts to achieve their victories. Some of the part included performance fork, shock valved and springs to help their suspension. For their breaks they most likely used floating wave rotors and stainless lines to help reduce weight and increase stopping power.
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