91: Many riders wrap tape around their levers in cold weather to keep from touching the bare (cold) metal.
92: When bulldogging your bike, put your goggle on "backward" with the strap above the eyeport, rather than hanging the goggle from your handlebar.
93: Do your sleeves work up your forearm? Cut a hole in the cuff and stick your thumb through it.
94: Don't bump-start a four-stroke that is reluctant to start; the problem could be tight valves. Don't keep riding that bike. Adjust its valves back to spec.
95: When safety wiring grips, make the twist in an area where you don't contact the grip (in the back of the grip).
96: Many riders, when their chain and rear sprocket show wear, replace the chain and the rear sprocket but fail to realize that a worn front sprocket "inhibits chain pin movement and causes flat spots on the pins. This, in turn, wears the rear sprocket." —DJ Maughfling, Supersprox
97: If your two-stroke smokes excessively and you're losing transmission oil, you likely need to replace your right-side crank seal.
98: With the bike on a stand, pull up on the end of the swingarm to feel for swingarm pivot and shock linkage play, which can indicate a need for new bearings.
99: Keep your spare handlebar with a grip mounted on the left side.
100: "Check the top and bottom of your chain's plates for wear. A lot of times those will wear down and you can break a chain that way." —Brian Kranz, Eli Tomac's mechanic