Someone posted a video here on YouTube about breaking two T7 "frame rails" in two years. I've seen countless FaceBook threads and forum threads about the video. People appear to be quite worked up about it. The video is posted here: https://youtu.be/3pVVydoAws8?t=237 This is my take on the failure. - Cory Check out more of our content on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube!
After breaking countless guards during our offroad adventures, we created a protector/repair bracket that can help keep the damage from happening in the first place but can also repair a guard that already has a tab broken off! -Powder-coated aluminum -Quick and easy install -Highly effective-Available in Black, Red, or Blue -Sold in pairs -Cheaper than a pair of replacement fork guards
Is your T7 a bit too tall? We can help! Our new suspension lowering links will drop the rear end of your bike by 20mm. -Easy install, less than 30 mins with basic tools -Cost-effective and 100% reversible -Laser cut, powder-coated stainless steel for long-lasting, great looks and durability -Pairs perfectly with our Lowered Camel Toe side stand
Part 2 of of our 5 Miles of Hell ride.
5 Miles of Hell is touted as Utah's Toughest Single-Track Trail. We wanted to see if we could complete this monster on ADV bikes... it was a hell of a day! I'd watched a pile of 5moh videos over the years, so I had an idea of what to expect. The stars aligned, and we had the right group of guys in Moab simultaneously, so we dove in head first. Seth was riding a KTM 890R (790 plastics) with Anakee Wilds. Radek was on his KTM 890 Rally with Michelin Desert Rally tires. Jaden and Cory were both on Yamaha T7s with Shinko 216 MX tires.
An update on our Yamaha T7 "The Fix" rear brake pedal. Ride with us on Youtube, Instagram, and Facebook. :)
We intended to do a mellow ride as it was the first ride of the year. I'd ridden this trail a few times but always on an enduro. It a fun flowy trail but there are some sections that are challenging on an ADV bike. There's more riding footage to be found on our YouTube channel. :)
I've been carrying JB Weld in my tool kit for years but have never actually needed it... until this ride! We'll be packing spare brake and clutch levers from now on. If everything goes as planned, was it actually an adventure? Ride along on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook!
Got your pedal? Its time to install! If you've got more to install, check out our YouTube channel for more videos.
Ride ADV.com.au is a tour company in Australia. They have a fleet of Yamaha T7's with hundreds of thousands of cumulative kilometers on them. We sent them one of our "The Fix" brake pedals. They've been testing it since. The video is from Greg Yager (the company's owner). You can find us on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram! :)