Details: Bikes of MXGP

Have a peek behind the scenes

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They say the devil is in the detail so we went behind the scenes at the recent MXGP races in Italy and Portugal to check out some of the details that go into making teams and riders ready to stand on the podium!

EMX250 rider Roan van de Moosdijk made a one-off appearance in the MX2 class this past weekend in Agueda, the F&H Kawasaki he rode was fitted with Twin Air radiator sleeves. The Agueda track was ripped deep  on the Friday, making the track quite loose in areas that did not get watered. The sleeves helped to keep mud and debris from blocking air into the bike's radiators.

Rookie Tom Vialle has impressed in his first six races in MX2 aboard his Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 250 SX-F. The young Frenchman is using the Renthal handlebars with the orange Renthal Fatbar Pad.

Here we see the Acerbis Yamaha plastics kit ready to the fitted to a Yamaha YZ450F that would be found beneath the JWR Yamaha Racing awning. That team is proudly sponsored by 24MX and make use of countless products that are available online.

What better way to make your bike look factory than a customised clutch cover plate?  Here we see the Honda logo laser engraved into the CRF450R of Brian Bogers. You too can have a personalised clutch plate at 24mx using our laser engraving service. Check out the Twenty Clutch plate here.

Standing Construct KTM rider Glenn Coldenhoff has his Alpinestars Tech 10 boots set out in advance of the first practice session at the recent MXGP of Lombardia in Mantova.

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