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The easiest way to increase control of your dirt bike is to improve your stability on the bike with larger foot pegs. Recently Usdualsports had the opportunity to use Flo Motorsports 2.0 Pro Series Foot Pegs on our KTM XCW-F 6 Day project.

Q. How much wider are the Flo Motorsports foot pegs over stock KTM foot pegs?
A. Stock OEM KTM foot pegs are 47mm Flo Motorsports foot pegs are 57mm. That's a 10mm larger platform or 20% increase in size.

Q. Did Usdualsports feel a difference in wider foot pegs?
A. Yes with a size 12 foot the larger foot pegs were noticeable right away. They made braking easier along with balance on the bike in standing positon.  

Q. Are the Flo foot pegs longer then OEM pegs?
A. They are the same length as OEM foot pegs, so no worry about them dragging in the rut. 

Q. What material are the Flo Motorsports foot pegs?
A. They are made from light weight 7075 T6 Aluminum Alloy. 

Q. Are the foot peg cleats replaceable?
A. Yes they are removable and replaceable. 

Q. Do these foot pegs tear up the soles of your boots?
A. The rounded edge of the Flo Motorsports foot peg cleats provide good grip without tearing up your boot soles. 

Q. What colors do the Flo foot pegs come in?
A. KTM-Orange, Black, Blue
     Kawasaki-Black, Blue, Green, Pink
     Honda- Red, Black, Pink, Blue
     Yamaha- Blue, Black, 
     Husqvarna- Blue, Black, Orange, 
     Suzuki- Black, Red

Q. Do Flo foot pegs fit mini bikes?
A. Yes Flo makes larger foot pegs for mini bikes. Check out their Foot Peg Page to see what mini bikes and colors you can choose from.

Q. Do they hold mud?
A. One of the days we tested the Flo foot pegs was about as muddy as you can get here in Indiana, and we never had any issues with mud build up.

Q. Does Usdualsports recommend Flo Motorsports Foot Pegs?
A. We do recommend the Flo foot pegs. They are well designed, durable and good looking. 

Need more info go to www.flomotorsports.com

Have a question about the Flo Motorsports 2.0 Foot Pegs? Ask below or email me at mark@usdualsports.com 






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Published on May 26, 2016
Check out the highlights from the Kenda AMA Boyesen 2-Stroke Revolution Cherokee National Enduro in Greensboro, Georgia – round four of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series. Russell Bobbitt led the way at his home track as Steward Baylor and Cory Buttrick followed in second and third.

Top 10

1. Russell Bobbitt (KTM)
2. Steward Baylor (KTM)
3. Cory Buttrick (KTM)
4. Jesse Groemm (Bet)
5. Grant Baylor (Yam)
6. Nick Fahringer (Hus)
7. Ryder Lafferty (Hus)
8. Drew Higgins (KTM)
9. Josh Strang (Hus)
10. Ron Commo (Suz)

Make sure to check back for more action from the full NEPG Show edit on 05.27.16

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Russell Bobbitt Takes Cherokee National Enduro Win



Greensboro, Georgia (May 22, 2016) – FMF/KTM’s Russell Bobbitt grabbed his first win of the season this weekend at the Boyesen 2-Stroke Revolution Cherokee National Enduro in Greensboro, Georgia – round four of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series.

After three-straight runner-up finishes, Bobbitt, who is coming off of a shoulder separation just three weeks ago, finally put a clean race together and wound up dominating the Georgia event, winning four of the six tests and finishing the race with a minute and a half cushion over runner-up Steward Baylor.

On Saturday, the threat of rain loomed over the event, and left most of the nearly 500 riders expecting a muddy race. However, most of the bad weather missed the Greensboro area, dropping just enough moisture to leave the course with incredible conditions. The trail was so good that Bobbitt was inspired.

“The conditions were epic,” said Bobbitt. “Everyone was scared it was going to be a mud fest, but it was perfect. I felt confident with the conditions, and I was feeling good on the bike and I just missed winning the first test by a second or two and then I won the next four. The last test, I missed winning it by just a second, so I was on my game. I didn’t have any tip-overs or stalls, so it was a nearly perfect day.”

The win moved Bobbitt into the series points lead, 11 points ahead of Steward Baylor.

“This win was a confidence booster, for sure,” said Bobbitt. “I’m looking forward to the next race in Minnesota, that should be a good one too.”

Baylor won the final test en route to second overall, which moved him ahead of his brother, Grant, in the points standings.

“I hit the deck a couple of times, but all in all, it was a good day for points,” said Steward Baylor. “I just didn’t have anything for Bobbitt, he was on his game and you could tell he came into this race to win it.”

Despite ripping his rear brake pedal completely off near the beginning of the second test, Cory Buttrick overcame adversity to grab third overall, his first podium since the final race of the 2015 season.

“I thought I pretty much blew my chances when I lost my brake pedal,” said Buttrick. “But once I got through that test I strung together some good rides.”

After posting the 10th fastest time in the second test, Buttrick was third fastest in the last four tests.

Jesse Groemm won the first test of the day, but had a few tip-overs in the second test, which left him 11th fastest for that test. The Beta USA rider came on strong in the final four tests to claim fourth overall despite feeling a bit under the weather.

N-Fab/Am Pro Yamaha’s Grant Baylor, who is coming off a shoulder separation, rounded out the top five, finishing 27 seconds behind Buttrick.

Nick Fahringer claimed his best finish of the year with a sixth, just ahead of his AirGroup Racing teammate Ryder Lafferty.

First year pro Drew Higgins put his FMF/RPM Racing Team Maxxis-backed KTM into the eighth place slot, while Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Josh Strang struggled to ninth overall.

Former pro trials rider Ron Commo III rounded out the top 10 on a Suzuki.

Of course, Charlie Mullins, who announced his retirement from racing a few weeks ago, was not racing at the Cherokee, and will be sorely missed, but was on hand on Saturday signing autographs. Charlie signed the number plate that he used at his last race in Louisiana and it was actioned off at the riders meeting, bringing $500 to be donated to the Casseli foundation.  Mullins won the Cherokee National in 2013.

Zac Brown dominated the action in the Rekluse Expert-AA class, beating fellow KTM rider Dylan MacRitchie by just over two minutes. Third place went to Jake Froman on a KTM.

FMF/KTM’s Kacy Martinez took another win in the Women’s A/B division, beating KTM rider Shawn Davison by just 20 seconds.

“I just concentrated on not making any mistakes, that was my goal today,” said Martinez.

Third in the Women’s A/B division went to US Women’s ISDE standout Rachel Gutish on a KTM.

The Kenda AMA National Enduro Series resumes action on June 19th in Huntersville, Minnesota for the Huntersville National Enduro. For more information on the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series check out www.nationalenduro.com.

RESULTS
1. Russell Bobbitt (KTM)
2. Steward Baylor (KTM)
3. Cory Buttrick (KTM)
4. Jesse Groemm (Bet)
5. Grant Baylor (Yam)
6. Nick Fahringer (Hus)
7. Ryder Lafferty (Hus)
8. Drew Higgins (KTM)
9. Josh Strang (Hus)
10. Ron Commo (Suz)

 



For more information go to www.nationalenduro.com
 

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