(Dirt Bike Tips And Pics)
Consider the fact that what rolls off the production line and ends up in my and your garage is a result of what is winning on the indoor and outdoor tracks around the world in motocross, enduro, supercross etc. That's just the way it is.. we all want to ride the best, fastest bike. Why wouldn't you?
Well, because the largest most popular motorcycle companies are focusing their efforts and new technology on four stroke dirt bikes (for whatever reason is irrelevant for what I'm discussing here), what is happening is four strokes are winning a lot of events. As a result of that, these motorcycle companies have a reason (or excuse) to pump out these 'winning machines' to the masses who ARE
If you aren't racing competition level MX or whatever, but rather you just ride for fun.. either a four stroke or a two stroke can be a brilliant bike to ride. It's your personal choice (and budget). There is no right or wrong. However, when it comes to racing competitively there are these rules in place that govern what size cc bikes can compete against each other.. and this is what is getting everyone fired up!
Well, imagine this
.. an annual world motocross and/or supercross event where the best riders can compete on any size cc bike of any design
. It doesn't matter if it is pumping out 8hp or 800hp! There's a limit to how fast you could ride on a closed course so it would quickly get to the point where more horses isn't going to make you any faster. Stuff the current rules limiting the bikes, why not have no rules - just the best riders on the best bikes? Would you watch that on T.V or pay to go witness it first hand? I definitely would! It would be bloody interesting to see who wins and on what type of bike. And I think it would push the development and progression of dirt bikes into a whole new number of directions that we are currently missing out on.
Anyway.. Just a thought.