Imagine speeding through a construction site at 80 miles
per hour. Not knowing what terrain is coming up next. You
could speed away and be OK or you could crash and burn.
That's the adrenaline rush you get when you ride a dirtbike.
Dirtbiking is an exciting, adrenaline pumping sport.
Dirtbiking is also a sport enjoyed by many people all over
the world. To get involved in dirtbiking you have to race in
the right age group. You also have to know what size
dirtbike is right for you. Next, you need to know what kind
of race you want to participate in, depending on your
interests. Last, some of the modifications that have taken
place over the years are also interesting.
First of all, if you plan on racing a dirtbike you need to
know what division to get into. Dirtbiking is a very popular
sport that has blossomed since the late 80s.
The reason for
this is because dirtbikes are a lot better than they used to
be. Now a days dirtbikes look better and go faster.
Dirtbiking is for everybody 4 years old and up. The
divisions are in increasements in engine size (cc's, cubic
centimeters).For example, if you are between the ages of 4
and 7 you would race the 50cc dirtbikes. If you are between
the ages of 8 and 11 you have a choice of racing a 65cc or
an 80cc dirtbike. If you are between the ages of 12 and 15
you could race in the 80 cc or 125 cc class. If you are 16
years old or older you can race 125cc dirtbikes or larger.
Secondly, there are also a wide variety of dirtbikes.
Some dirtbikes are modified to fit giant motorcycle engines...