Saturday, May 15, 2021

YAMAHA Seat Time!

 Today was a great track practice at #Mountain West Motocross Park in Mona, Utah.  I made sure not just to ride around the track just to get seat time.  I made an effort to actually train. 

I know that riding my dirt bike is great training, but I've been told by everybody that it’s not the best way to become a better rider. Vincent from SMX Factory School made me practice, practice and practice on the turns. He also told me that I need to make the time to work on the skills it takes to be a better rider.

I don't have money coming in like a lot of riders so I try to get to the track when I can.  My grandpa drove up from Mesquite, Nevada last weekend; a four-hour one-way trip for him just to help me get to Mona for Saturday's practice from 9:00 a.m. till 2:00 p.m.  They close at 2.  Yep, he then drove back home Saturday night.

Well this Saturday morning I made sure I was warmed up and the very first rider on the track.  They had watered the crap out there and there was a lot of mud.  I needed to practice on a muddy track; that's for sure.

I'm not going to tell you it was a lot of clean fun; it wasn't.  The #891Suspension rebuild needed to be tested and it was.  The new #Flexx Handle bars had to get used too; they did.  Thankful that I was running my #Acerbis skid plate because it helped keep a lot of mud off of the engine.  But the thing that kept me running in the mud was the great set of #Pivotrax Tires.  They are simply amazing.

Going to get to the track tomorrow, Sunday morning again because it's race time in one week at #Bunker Hill Motocross Track in Delta, Utah and because this will be my first race back since breaking my leg I want to be ready.  Wish me luck!

Please take a look at my GoFundMe page and if you or somebody knows anybody that wants to help me and my grandpa would really appreciate it and we'll make sure to thank you all of the time.  Remember that every dollar goes to my bike's maintenance and racing.  Just to give you an idea of what practice costs; every day at the #Mountain West Motocross Park track is $30.00 just to practice.  Please help if you can.

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Fasst Company Flexx Bars, 891Suspension, PIVOTRAX Tires, Attach Graphics & ACERBIS Plastics :)

A complete makeover was finished on my 2021 Yamaha YZ250F Monster Edition and I'm loving it!  

After breaking my leg I knew that I had to do something with my suspension so I had #891Suspension, #TJBronson rebuild it for a guy my size. It is working out fantastic. 

 Next was a stop at #Fasst Company to pick up the new #Flexx Bars Moto 12° 32". I was running the bars on my 2017 Honda CRF450R that we just sold so I kind of knew what to expect that they actually worked better on my Yam than on the Honda. Huuuuge difference. I only experience a bit of arm pump when I first started riding and practicing at #Mountain West Motocross Park in #Mona, Utah.  Oh yeah, not to forget my new black #ODI V2 Lock-On Grips.  New bars have to have new grips!

 Of course I had to change the plastics so we installed a complete #ACERBIS plastics kit in all black. It took a while. The rear fender has over 10 bolts and insert washers that had to come out and put back in. Even had to loosen the muffler just to get to two of them. But gotter done! 

When they invented graphics they wanted to screw with people; that's for sure. I got the complete #Rocky Mountain ATV #Attack Graphics kit for the Yam. Look at them sideways and they'll get a wrinkle or crease. Don't even try to move them once they get stuck on. The glue on those things are used on space ships instead of rivets; that's for sure. The bike is looking good. 

 #PIVOTRAX TIRES!!! I can't say enough about these tires. I've run other tires on the Hondas and then initially the tires that came on the #Yamaha but nothing compares to the way these tires dig in and corner. I absolutely love them and love #PIVOTRAX.  You're running a great tire until you throw on a pair of these tires.

I wouldn't even be able to ride without a great pair of #FlowVision Goggles.  I'll never ever be able to pay back all of the help you've given me.  Thanks guys.  And by the way when you're looking at the #Flow Vision Goggles check out my amazing Helmet and Paint job by #DanFelixDesigns out of Bunkerville, Nevada.

If you know anybody or company that wants to help a kid out check out my GoFundMe page.  Every penny counts.

Monday, April 26, 2021


 A great guy just bought my 2017 Honda CRF450R that my grandpa and I had for sale.  It's kind of a funny feeling when you sell a bike you've been riding.  The first bike I sold was a pit bike then the 2005 Honda CRF450R.  I really liked the '05.  We sold that to a great guy from Leeds, UT.  He is really happy with the bike and mainly just trail rides through the mountains behind his house in Leeds.  The guy who bought the bike today was another great guy.  He's going to dental school in Arizona but is from outside Rigby, Idaho.  He and his friend went to school together at BYU, Idaho; should still be Ricks.  This bike has so much power since the rebuild.  He got a great bike and a great deal.  Okay, I'll miss it but I've got my new 2021 Yamaha YZ250F Monster Edition to ride and really excited about the new suspension from 891 Suspension.  Broken leg is feeling pretty good; still hurting from time to time and chomping at the bit to get back on the bike and ride.

A great ride and super fast.  Bye, bye Honda:) 

Friday, April 23, 2021



Yahoo!  My grandpa just picked up the new Fasst Company Flexx bars for my 2021 Yamaha YZ250F.

On my next trip down to Mesquite I'll be mounting them on the bike.  I'm also finishing up adding the graphics to my all black ACERBIS plastics that I'll also be putting on the bike.  Yeah, I'm excited!

New Flexx bars, new ACERBIS plastics, new graphics, brand new rebuilt 891 Suspension, new rear aluminum sprocket, new chain and a mended non-broken leg.  I'm ready for my first practice at the Mesquite MX track next weekend.

The following is copied and pasted from their website:
Precise In The Steer Path, Forgiving In The Load Path.  FASSTCO
To maintain a traditional feel while absorbing abuse and catastrophic impacts. Tunable to your preferences through our assorted elastomers, you control how soft or stiff the Flexx Handlebar is.

We focus on two areas at Fasst Company; The first is absorbing abuse without sacrificing control or feel. The second is ergonomics. We spend more time on ergonomics than any other brand. Between these two areas of focus, it's surprising how much comfort can be added to your time on the bike. 

Controlled and Consistent - Laterally, Flexx Handlebars are extremely stiff which makes them precise in the steer path, meaning you do not have to “steer” through the abuse reduction mechanism
Tunable - You control how soft or stiff the bar is. With a properly set up Flexx Bar, you’ll never feel the bar moving but you will feel increased control and improved comfort.
Dramatically reduces vibration - Our pivot pin is wrapped in a proprietary bushing that isolates the handles from any metal to metal contact, drastically minimizing vibration right from the start.
American Made - We take pride in bringing you the only handlebar Made in America. Constructed out of 7000 series aluminum; employing the latest technology in CNC machining and extrusion methods, our handlebars are made with the utmost hands-on precision and care.

Need help selecting the best bar bend for you and your preferences? We'd love to help! Please call (877) 306-1801 or email. 

Notable Dimensions: 
-On dirt bikes we see a big range of bar bends, most common back sweeps being either a 10 degree, 12 degree, or 14 degree. Traditionally a taller rider will benefit from a straighter bar, it opens the ergos up and allows more operating room. Inversely, a smaller rider will appreciate a bar with a little more back sweep to tailor the ergos to a shorter wing span.

-Our Enduro bar is 31 inches wide. Our Moto bar is 32 inches wide. 

-Our Low bar is 63mm tall, this bar has to be ran with a sub mounted steering damper. It was designed to offset the height and bring you back near stock bar height.

-Our standard height bar is 92mm tall. Our tall bar is 116mm. 

What's in the box
Black handlebar pad
3 sets of Compression Elastomers
2 set of Rebound Elastomers

Saturday, April 17, 2021

Acerbis X-Power Engine Cover Kit - Honda CRF450R 2017 Black


My grandpa and I just received the ACERBIS X-Power Engine Cover Kit for the 2017 Honda CRF450R that we have for sale.  We thought it made the engine look even better by adding some more bling.


Motor Crankcase and Ignition/Clutch covers that protect against wear from boots, impacts, dirt, mud, and other debris.

Right side: provides protection for the clutch cover, water pump, and lower casing
Left side: provides protection to the ignition cover and clutch actuator
Molded openings to access the filter cover and oil cap
Easy to install by utilizing the original crankcase and ignition/clutch cover bolts
Resistant to high temperatures
Designed not to interfere with boots
Compatible with ACERBIS skid plates

To fit:
- HONDA CRF 450 R 2017

The Honda is still for sale.  Take a look at it on KSL Classifieds.   I have it now listed for $6,250.00 or OBO.  It is scary fast!!!  You can scroll down to previous posts to find out more about the bike.  Take a look at it running on YouTube.

Let me or my grandpa know if you're interested.  It is a great deal and a great bike.

Saturday, April 10, 2021




TJ took a photo of my bike ready to go.

Grandpa and I just picked up my Yamaha from TJ Bronson of 891 SUSPENSION located in Sandy, Utah.  I was spending spring break with grandpa and grandma with my sister, Katie, my cousin Presley and my girlfriend Piper down in Mesquite, Nevada.  We left early Friday morning and drove from Mesquite to Sandy just to pick the bike up.  I'm really excited to see the difference but still have a couple more weeks to get my strength back from the broken Fibula and muscle tear. 


phone: 801-824-1276

891 Suspension & Performance


What is 891 suspension & performance?

When I talk with other guys at the track I came to a conclusion that 891 Suspension & Performance is the best place to get the best set up for your dirt bike. With a specialty in suspension, TJ knows all the in's and out's to make your dirt bike handle better and believe me, safer! 

TJ will build each set of suspension to match your skill level, bike, and discipline. 

TJ also provides a wide range of services to help keep you out there riding. TJ has helped me with new tire installation, new tubes, new chain installation and new sprocket installation.  He can also do whole motor rebuilds and he knows what he’s doing. 

I know now that my problem with my brand new 2021 Yamaha YZ250F was suspension. I found out that most any handling issues can be fixed with basic suspension adjustments or in my case a rebuild to adjust for my size and weight.  I should have done the adjustments right when I got the new bike.  I might not have crashed and broke my leg.

From my point of view ask yourself; have you experienced any of these symptoms on your dirt bike during a race or ride?

Your rear wheel won’t track a line properly?

Your front wheel won’t track a line properly?

You’re losing some stability at high speeds?

You find that your front wheel won’t stay planted?

You’re finding that the rear wheel bucks too much?

Or even that your front end feels saggy and unresponsive?

I found out that my Yamaha bike’s stock suspension was tuned to work for a variety of riders and riding styles for a guy who might only weigh around 170 pounds; that didn’t work for me being over 5’11” and around 250 without gear. It’s a great mid-range setup for most guys that will get you out on the track with ease, but once you start pushing those stock settings you’ll often find they’re lacking in most of the critical areas. New bikes from brands like Yamaha are known for being well-balanced right out of the box, but I now know that even that new suspension will need a tune-up for a lot of riders.

So, my bike is done.  My broken leg is healed.  In a couple of weeks it’s time to test the new suspension from TJ at 891 Suspension.  Yeah, I’m excited.  

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