At this point, do we really have to extoll the virtues of putting an FMF pipe on your bike? The company has been making top-notch exhaust components for decades, and today their products can be seen on countless machines in the pits.
From the savvy privateer to teams like Rockstar Energy Racing, Toyota/JGR Yamaha, and many more, all agree that FMF produces some seriously fantastic mother-loving equipment. If it’s good enough for Justin Barcia, it’ll likely get the job done for you too. Run it!
Now that we’ve agreed on what pipe to put on your bike, let’s get down to the business of keeping your bike in tip-top shape with an hour meter. It kicks on automatically and monitors every second your bike is running, making knowing when to perform maintenance tasks a snap. Can’t remember how many hours since you last changed your oil or inspected your valve clearance? Boom, problem solved. It also has a tach so you’ll know just how fast your engine is spinning mid-panic rev.
Can’t stand long sleeves? Throw on the Dirtstar T and let your love for moto and classic style be known. And if you’re heading home for Christmas be sure to throw your new FMF apparel into the Weekend Duffel. As the name implies, it’ll fit plenty of clothes for the weekend without being awkwardly large. That’s good too, because running out of clean clothes is the perfect excuse to bounce when a wine-fueled Christmas weekend with the relatives goes south.
Since FMF has your bike needs covered, why not let them cover your body too with their Fliptop Hoody? It’s made from 250 gsm fleece, so you know it’ll keep you toasty, and it even has Sherpa lining. Who can say no to Sherpa lining? I know I can’t. If you prefer to channel your inner Metal Mulisha personality, or if you just need clothes to chop wood in, the hooded flannel is right up your alley.