How To Ride A Dirt Bike

Just throwing your leg over a dirt bike, or are you an experienced rider? Welcome to the best collection of dirt bike riding tips on Dirt Rider.

Are you a complete beginner? Or maybe you’re trying your hand at racing and need some advice on how to get better? Well, you’re in the right place. At Dirt Rider, our editors are experienced dirt riders and racers. They know the ins and outs of dirt bikes and how to handle every riding situation. You’ll find tutorials and videos geared toward everyone from the complete beginner to the expert-level rider.

We’ve all started somewhere, and most of us have started with absolutely zero experience. Learning how to ride a dirt bike is daunting. There’s a lot to learn, all while learning to keep the bike upright, but dirt bike riding can be the most forgiving type of riding to learn because you’re not on the street. We’ve compiled some of the best information that any new dirt bike rider could need, even if you haven’t purchased your first dirt bike yet.

Basic Dirt Bike Riding Tips

How To Buy A Used Dirt Bike

How To Ride An Uphill Step

Dirt Bike Videos

How To Race A Dirt Bike

Perhaps you’ve been riding dirt bikes and off-road motorcycles for some time and always wondered how the pros set up for jumps, or hop from log to log effortlessly? We were there once. At Dirt Rider, we’ve worked in conjunction with some of the best motocross and off-road racers to break down how they ride their dirt bikes and what techniques they use. These tips and tricks will help you get to that mastery level of dirt bike riding.

Racing Dirt Bike Tips

Dirt Bike Training

Dirt bike training requires knowledge of the skill a rider is trying to learn or get better at. Over the years, Dirt Rider has accumulated all different kinds of dirt bike riding tips from the world’s greatest racers to help riders of all levels master any technique they desire.

Dirt Bike Repair And Maintenance

Dirt bike repair is something that every off-road motorcycle rider will face at one point or another. Whether it be from a crash, neglected maintenance, or a part that wore out over time, getting the bike back to proper running condition is essential for the rider’s safety as well as the longevity of the motorcycle.

Dirt bike maintenance can best be summarized by the saying, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Maintaining your bike through regular oil changes, air filter cleanings, spoke checks, and keeping all of the bolts tight is a great way to ensure your motorcycle will last as long as possible. If you treat your bike right, it will return the favor by being reliable and performing at its best.