Around 35 mph.
I think yu should go for a 250cc but it all depends on wat u wanna do. Cruzers r gonna want it bigger and mx and jumping will be smaller
A horse race in which the owner declares before the race how much the horse will be offered for sale after the race.
A 600cc dirt bike may go as fast as 120 or more miles per hour. Dirt bikes are generally geared a little lower than street bikes, so the top end would be a little less.
There's a great misconception about tires that says tread equals traction. While it's true on wet roads and dirt, it is not true on dry, clean pavement. Rubber gives traction, not tread. The function of tread is to cut through water, dirt, etc by channeling it into the spaces between the tread blocks to allow the rubber to meet the driving surface. This is not needed on a clean, dry race track, and tread merely reduces the amount of rubber that meets the surface and thereby reduces the contact patch. Racing slicks have no tread and therefore give far greater traction by increasing the area of the tire's contact patch on clean pavement. However, in the wet they become virtually useless because the tire can no longer make contact with the racing surface; hence "rain tires" and off-road racing tires have tread.
Corners or chicanes.
In 2000, sixteen trucks went to Las Vegas, Nevada and two won the racing and freestyle championships. Then in 2001, sixteen more trucks went to Vegas, but this time only one won the championships, and he won them both. In the 2002 edition sixteen more arrived and the man who won it in 2001 won it once again. Then in 2003 two brand new champions arose above sixteen more trucks. And in 2004 four trucks won against sixteen of the biggest superstars in Monster Jam. In 2005 the field went to twenty and two new champions won it. 2006, two trucks won against twenty-four trucks. And then the 2007 championship, two brand new trucks won the championship, making a total of 8 World Champions. The show as been in Las Vegas, Nevada each year, and in Sam Boyd Stadium.
Iit depends on what kind i have a 125 dirt bike it is pritty fast
A number of variables must be considered, Gearing would be one, also how rough the track is, the rougher the track the slower you go, your weight would be another, your ability is the determining factor. all bikes go fast enough to hurt you, motorized or not.
I have a rm 125 it screems i can scare me sometimes but it is all tricked out i have v-Force 3 reeds pro taper contour bars and fmf gold series rev pipe and a titanium 2 slip on silencer and a ton of othe crap the only thing stock is the frame so u can make them faster
Turning into the skid allows you a chance to regain control, where turning away will make you loose even more control of the vehicle.
I race two dirt tracks in minnesota.they are both 3/8 mile high bank clay tracks,but one is smaller than the other.one track 50-55mph & other 55-60mph on average.Our rules are a stock 305 cid (if you run chevy) with a stock four barrel carb.
timeline of a dirt bike
yes Michael has a brother named Ralph he raced from 1997-2007 he was raced for Mercedes. the only reason he was in formula one was because they thought since his brother (Michael) is a prodigy he might be good. but he (in my opion) sucks.
He has a brother named Ralf who raced from 1997-2007 he raced for Jordan, Williams and Toyota and won 6 races between 2001-2003. He came close to winning the championship in 2003 when he won 2 races straight but his results went downhill.
they cant go very fast. but if you get it in red, it will be the fastest t thing you have ever seen!! trust me..im a rat
Dirt bikes are just like motocycles. But, they arn't supose to be on the road unless you have a dual dirt bike. Dirt bikes are for trail riding and for racing. If you race a dirt bike it is called either Motocross (MX) or Supercross (SX). There are many companys that build and sell dirt bikes like Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Gas Gas and more. Dirt bikes arn't safe without the gear. Which included Jersey, Pants, Boots, Helmet, Googles, Chest Protecter, and some times more. If you want more info on dirtbikes you can always look on line like google.com and look under MX, Motocross or dirt bikes. There are also magazines at any store that sells magazines.
Most of what she said is true. Dirt bikes are motorcycles, true, but almost have more in common to a mountain bike than a Harley. They have lots of suspension travel, and have large wheels. Big bikes are considered anything above 125cc motors, with the most common big bikes now being 250cc four strokes and 450cc four strokes. They are meant for racing, single track riding, desert riding, sand dune riding, motocross, arenacross, enduros, hare scrambles, cross country races.. etc. The "Big Four" manufactures are Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, and Suzuki, however KTM (an Austrian brand) is up there as well. Proper gear is necessary, and for motocross consists of boots, pants, jersey, chest protector, gloves, neck brace, helmet, goggles.
In 1665, the first racetrack was constructed on Long Island.
The course was named Newmarket -- on the Salisbury Plains section of what is now known as the Hempstead Plains of Long Island, New York.
Throughout history, racing has been about cheating. In the highest circles where tech inspections are strict cheating is less fluent - IRL, F1, etc. - but it still takes place.
However, we aren't talking about the highest circles, we are talking about circle track which is all about cheating and getting away with it - if you aren't cheating you aren't going to win or even finish mid pack.
Here are the most popular cheats:
- Make aftermarkt parts look stock
- Tire size matters. Purchasing wider tires and rebadging them as a smaller size, running a shorter/taller tire/rim for gearing reasons, etc.
- Brake bias, in classes that do not allow brake proportioning valves. Stock, 70% of your braking force is on the front tires which just causes the nose of the car to push on a dirt track. *Partially* blocking the front brake lines with a BB will help this. Running a stock brake proportioning valve from a 4 wheel disc brake car on the same chassis car equipped with rear drums will bias braking toward the rear. Cutting away part of the front brake pad so there is less braking force on the front wheels also works.
- Check out Davis Technologies traction control. Pricey, but proven.
- Corner weighting. You can do really crazy things like moving engine position in classes where shock/spring tuning is allowed.
- Revalving shocks in classes that do not allow suspension modifications. A lot of the OE shocks can be cut open and re-valved if you are crafty.
- Torque converters. Check out TCI's "stock appearing direct drive" torque converter, it's a light weight fluidless unit that fits inside a stock converter's housing. They were made EXPRESSLY for circle track cheating. Less drivetrain loss = more power to the ground.
- Lightweight rotating assembly ($$$), primarily crankshaft/flywheel/torque converter.
- Pertronix makes some Ford and GM ignition modules that charge the coil with a higher voltage to increase spark intensity. Most modern vehicles don't need ignition system upgrades, but if you're still fooling around with pre-90s iron it's a good idea.
- Mix your gas with 20-25% nitropropane. It's undetectable unlike other solutions.
Hope this helps!
"I'm going to sit here and lie to you - I'd never cheat" - Robert Yates
"I always told my guys, 'Cheat neat and you'll get by with a bunch of stuff.' I don't particularly tell my guys to cheat. I just tell them not to get caught." - Richard Petty
"There's a difference in cheating and creating. I was creating." - Junior Johnson
"Over half the 1970 NASCAR rulebook was dedicated to me" - Smokey Yunick
"I know they are cheating because I am cheating and they're beating me." - Richard Petty
Yes. Michael is retired. He retired from Formula one at the end of the 2006 championship season. He finished the 2006 season with 7 wins and a total of 121 points to finish 2nd place in the drivers championship. He is a 7 time drivers champion who won it twice with Benetton and then 5 times consecutively between 2000 and 2004 with Scuderia Ferrari
Well, as a Chevy guy, I will have to remain objective on this one. I do not think that the Ford, Ferrari wars of the 60's have ever really even been matched. I seriously recomend if your deeply interested, further exploring the story I am about to highlight you on. It is well documented. And, one of the mechanical participants just sold at auction for just under 8 million,I think! Enzo Ferrari had a little car company in a little country called Italy. He wasn't a car manufacturer who was racing to gain marketshare, or set trends. He was a racer who needed funding, and sold cars to make it happen. Henry Ford Jr. (I think), took offense to the fact that this guy was winning all the races. In steps Carrol Shelby, and, the games began. Even being a Chevy guy, it brings a lump to my throat to think about it. Anyway, this was a time before power steering, and when cheating was classified as "enthusiasm" and not villianous. Racing was raw, and rough. By the time it was all over, Ferrari was owned by Ford, which is still true today. To finally answer your question, without hesitation, doubt, or resentment, I have to say the competition Cobra's, hands down. They attract an internationsl market, and numbers to match. There have been faster Chevies, and Dodges, but not at the right time, or, with quite the attitude, as those Cobra's. Hats off to Carrol.....Chuck.
Chuck, even though I agree with everything you say, the Ferraris, Fords and the sort were GT cars, not rally cars, Rally cars were: The Fiat Abarth (600 bored to 998cc), Austin Mini Cooper (1.275cc), Ford Escort Cosworth, Lancia Stratos, Audi Quattro, Toyota Supra, Subaru Impreza WRX 2.000cc, and the Mitsubish EVO 2.000cc (to mention a few). The fact that technology progresses with time, has made the Subarus' and Mitsubishis the fastest rally cars, but the Cooper was an amazing little rally car, winning the Montecarlo Rally several times. I would say that "In history" the little mini deserves the title, but the Audi Quattro was wy faster than that, and today a Subaru Impreza (stock, just out of the dealer) runs rings of the competition Audi car of the 80`s. Great question though.. IvoJara (BTW to convert cc`s to cubic inches divide by 16)
125cc 4-stroke is about 50mph
125cc 2-stroke is about 75-80mph
250cc 4-stroke is about 75-80mph
250cc 2-stroke is about 100-120mph
450cc 4-stroke is about 100-120mph
500cc 2-stroke is about 180+mph
Will I'm 5 foot 5 12 years old and I'm tippy toed on a ktm 125
The front foot looks like a small human hand with 5 fingers. the back foot is larger and its webbed. In sand they look kinda like big hands with long fingers and little hands in front sometimes. Glad I could help.
Well,I do not have a 110cc myself (quad) but I'm getting 1 for Christmas and I am so excited I have been checking the internet (Google Chrome) all about a 110cc quad bike! My friend lets me go on his and his is normal quad.So it goes in mph
40-60MPH to want kind of quad you have in kilometers if 40 mileage 50.22.010KM
45mileage=56.51.000KM 50 And 55=76.49.111KM 60=82.99.452KM
My personal favorite is by Cindy Lou who sings a song called, "Dirt Track Racing" on her album Winning Heart. You can listen to it on her Myspace page
There are other artists that sing about dirt tracks like, "Dirt Track Cowboy" by Adam Brand, "Life is like a dirt track" by Lapskin and "Dirt Track Date" by Southern Culture on the Skids.
You may have Exercise-Induced Eustachian Tube Dysfunction…
Exercise increases blood supply to all parts of the body. Along with this increased proliferation of blood, comes tissue engorgement...this is why your skin becomes red or flushed. When the tissue engorgement is around your eustachian tubes -- those tiny ventilation tubes that run from your middle ear space (the area on the other side of your eardrum) to the back of your throat -- it may cause the tubes to malfunction.
If the eustachian tubes clog, your ears may feel full / stuffy, and your hearing could be a bit muffled, like they need to "pop". If the e-tubes lock in the "open" position (they are normally closed and only open briefly when we swallow), you may hear your own voice or an echo.
As long as this exercise-induced eustachian tube dysfunction resolves after you cool down, there is no need to be concerned. Unfortunately, there may be little that you can do to prevent this from occurring, other than reducing the intensity of your exercise.
I've also heard it can come from being dehydrated or from breathing into your nose and mouth at the same time while exercising.