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2011 Honda CRF450R Mammoth Project Bike Photo Gallery

MotoUSA heads to the mountain for annual Mammoth Motocross races with its Honda CRF450R. Find out more in the 2011 Honda CRF450R Mammoth Project Bike story.

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2011 Honda CRF450R Mammoth Project Bike
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We were so excited to race Mammoth we spent all of our time modifying our Honda and no time practicing! It showed in our result.
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LeoVince pipes have a carbon fiber heat shield which helps prevent the rider’s boots, pants, or knee braces from burning on a hot pipe.
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The Pirelli tires work well on Mammoth’s unique terrain which is a mix of hard pack, sand and rocks.
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LeoVince exhausts feature exquisite build quality. They also make good power without creating excessive noise.
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As we came to learn competition is stiff at Mammoth. So if you’re going to invest the resources you best come prepared.
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The Mammoth Motocross event features a one-of-a-kind track high up in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
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While we’re sold on the quality of MB1’s suspension work, we failed to do any riding on it before hand so it wasn’t set-up optimally come race time.
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Mammoth features a long uphill start that necessitates the use of first gear.