WARNING: Much of the action depicted in this magazine is potentially dangerous. Virtually all of the riders seen in our photos are experienced experts or professionals. Do not attempt to duplicate any stunts that are beyond your own capabilities. Always wear the appropriate
safety gear. Dirt Bike does all of its testing and photography legally on public land, or private land with permission from the owner(s), and
we abide by the local laws concerning vehicle registration and muffler/spark arrester requirements. We are not responsible for quality of
aftermarket accessories we use.
DIRT BIKE • MAY 2015• VOLUME 45, NO. 5
ON THE COVER: Justin Jones got to test Jacob Argubright’s factory Husqvarna Hare & Hound bike. We watched him carefully, and he didn’t take
it home. Photo: Ron Lawson.
ON THIS PAGE: Geoff Aaron can ride his Gas Gas anywhere. Photo: Travis Fant.
84 10 BEST, 5 WORST
Tom Webb has been lucky enough to ride virtually every dirt bike
made over the last 35 years. Some of them were better than
others. All have left their mark; some physical, some mental.
The sport of EnduroCross started in Europe, was refined in the
U.S., and now has spread across the globe. SuperEnduro has
become a worldwide phenomenon.
96 PRO RIDING TIPS
Unlike the wilder techniques that Max Gerston employs, the
footplant turnaround can be performed by anyone who has ven-
tured down the wrong trail and needs to retrace his path.
100 FLEXX BARS EXPLAINED
Suspension isn’t just about forks and shocks. It starts with the
air in the tires, includes the foam in the seat and even the mate-
rial of the frame. Flexx bars add one more aspect to the mix.
26 RAW FILES
28 RIDERS WRITE
98 SUBSCRIPTION INFO/FREE GIFT CARD
102 MATRIX M3 UTILITY CAN
104 SHOEI HORNET X2
106 NEW PRODUCTS
108 MR. KNOW-IT-ALL
114 BACK IN THE DAY