I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

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I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby Juggernaut » Mon Oct 15, 2018 6:34 am

Hi 1st post here and I'm struggling to find a good 125 track to rip around on and to through some mc nastys. Thanks :D

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Re: I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby TeamHavocRacing » Fri Oct 19, 2018 2:55 pm

Some of the stock tracks are great for that. Locust is one. Waterloo is another. I'd say any decent jump is good for a mc nasty or two.
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Re: I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby motokid499 » Fri Oct 19, 2018 3:24 pm

Stock tracks are fun on 125's for sure. You cant really hold it wicked on that traction though, or I can't anyway. For me it's all about momentum, throttle, and brake control. When it comes to custom tracks there's a ton of good ones but there's one in specific that comes mind. I forget the name of it but I think it was made by or made for Donut MX. He hosted a few 125cc elims on it and my god I don't think I ever let off the gas lol, you can just hold it wicked but there's still some technical ish sections that mess you up if you aren't in rhythm, but are super rewarding if you get it right.
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Re: I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby motokid499 » Fri Oct 19, 2018 3:30 pm

DP, I'm pretty sure it's called Glazed MX. And then anything by JGMX is usually wicked, and Jperry tracks are also pretty wicked.
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Re: I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby USABMXER1 » Sun Oct 21, 2018 11:26 am

Just about any JGMX track is able to be held wide the fuck open on a 125. But a lot of other tracks are able too be as well because they are more or less built for a 250f or a 450 to ride.

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Re: I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby sethypeety » Mon Oct 22, 2018 3:13 am

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I like holden'er wide on this one on any bike.
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Re: I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby Juggernaut » Mon Oct 22, 2018 6:50 am

motokid499 wrote:Stock tracks are fun on 125's for sure. You cant really hold it wicked on that traction though, or I can't anyway. For me it's all about momentum, throttle, and brake control. When it comes to custom tracks there's a ton of good ones but there's one in specific that comes mind. I forget the name of it but I think it was made by or made for Donut MX. He hosted a few 125cc elims on it and my god I don't think I ever let off the gas lol, you can just hold it wicked but there's still some technical ish sections that mess you up if you aren't in rhythm, but are super rewarding if you get it right.

Thx man really appreciate it.

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Re: I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby Juggernaut » Mon Oct 22, 2018 7:01 am

Juggernaut wrote:
motokid499 wrote:Stock tracks are fun on 125's for sure. You cant really hold it wicked on that traction though, or I can't anyway. For me it's all about momentum, throttle, and brake control. When it comes to custom tracks there's a ton of good ones but there's one in specific that comes mind. I forget the name of it but I think it was made by or made for Donut MX. He hosted a few 125cc elims on it and my god I don't think I ever let off the gas lol, you can just hold it wicked but there's still some technical ish sections that mess you up if you aren't in rhythm, but are super rewarding if you get it right.

Thx man really appreciate it.

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Re: I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby Juggernaut » Mon Oct 22, 2018 7:02 am

Juggernaut wrote:
motokid499 wrote:Stock tracks are fun on 125's for sure. You cant really hold it wicked on that traction though, or I can't anyway. For me it's all about momentum, throttle, and brake control. When it comes to custom tracks there's a ton of good ones but there's one in specific that comes mind. I forget the name of it but I think it was made by or made for Donut MX. He hosted a few 125cc elims on it and my god I don't think I ever let off the gas lol, you can just hold it wicked but there's still some technical ish sections that mess you up if you aren't in rhythm, but are super rewarding if you get it right.

Thx man really appreciate it.

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Re: I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby MX|VISUALS » Mon Oct 22, 2018 3:10 pm

JGMX tracks, 137 tracks, washougal 2018, unadilla 2018

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Re: I NEED A GOOD 125cc TRACK TO HOLD IT WIDE OPEN

Postby Wahlamt » Tue Oct 23, 2018 6:59 pm

Sandtark MX perhaps, sandy and heavy :wink:


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