We Ride His Outdoor Race Bike Before He Does

Ziegler, Jesse
September 2008
Dirt Rider;Sep2008, Issue 309, p64
The article focuses on the various equipment integrated into the different parts of the CRF450R motor bike of rider Paul Carpenter. Ride Engineering has stacked triple clamp onto the motor's frame and included anodized engine plug to fancy up the motor. The motor has different cams and the suspension is an Enzo-specific outdoor setup. Its shock has a built-in collar around the adjustment clickers.


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