by Larry Lulay
The 2020 riding season started in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we were told to distance ourselves and race tracks didn't open until June... so in April I decided to get a dual sport. I've never even ridden a motorcycle off road before (like gravel or dirt) and thought this would be a good time to start exploring.
So in 2020, I am returning to tracks as usual, but when I'm not at the tracks I am entering the world of Adventure riding.
You can follow the full details of my CRF additions on my dedicated CRF250L page.
My 2020 plans include: more racer interviews, more track footage, how to get started in adventure riding, adventure rides, and as usual, lots of great photos. As with all of our video series, check back often to see updates based on our 2020 adventures.
While waiting for my custom wheel decals, I decided I should freshen up my sprockets and chain to complete the look. As usual, I searched all over the web to find the best sprocket setups and found Supersprox. This is another company that I had never heard of before, so was anxious to put their best sprocket setup in a color scheme that should look nice on the bike and better yet look like they will be excellent performance. They minimize weight by combining an aluminum center with steel outer sprocket, and they combine them in a much better way than their competitors. If they are as good as I think, I plan on putting them on all my bikes.
Supersprox and RK Chain Installation 10:34 minutes