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Your dirt bike’s fork is an integral part of its suspension. With it, you’re able to tackle the toughest terrain. Without it… well, it’s better not to think about what happens without it. That’s why protecting the forks is so important. Dirt and mud can find their way into the fork seals, causing leaks and ruining a good day’s ride. But dirt bike fork covers keep dirt out!
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC stocks many different choices when it comes to fork covers. Fork seal guards protect the seals, acting as a sort of sock which fits snugly around the fork tubes. Fork boots have an accordion shape and are able to compress alongside your forks, keeping protection present at all times. Dirt bike fork guards are plastics which double as fork protectors. Whatever your preference is, we have them all! And with major names like Acerbis, Polisport, Seal Savers, Shock Sox, UFO and more, you know that you’re getting excellent quality with whatever your choice is.
If you are looking for a holeshot device, we have those too! A staple of motocross, a holeshot device can help you better manage your starts and get you out of the gate faster than anyone else! We carry dirt bike holeshot devices made by Works Connection and Hammerhead. As always, you can count on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC for quality dirt bike parts at phenomenal prices!
Dave in PA
You wouldn't go riding without pants on, right? So put some freakin clothes on your forks! These babies are a functional bling for your bike and will be a staple of every bike build i do from here on out. They come with some heavy duty zip ties to cinch them down, plus they give you stickers... STICKERS. Only crazy people don't like stickers. Great product, guysRead All Reviews
Thomas in IA
On a budget these are better than nothing. There are better products out there that zip on and then Velcro over the zipper. But for the value minded dirt biker... I actually cut the seal guards in half and can outfit two bikes!... I did use fray check on the threads or have your wife zap the cut end with a sewing machine so the thread doesn't unravel. When they get dirty, they kinda hold the dirt on the outside, and are hard to clean... but the under side is clean and doing it's job.Read All Reviews