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MXA TEAM TESTED: HRP BIO-D RIPP OFFS

WHAT IS IT? Tearoffs that won?t still be floating around when your grandkids start riding. WHAT’S IT COST? $11.99 (20-pack)?HRP plans to offer a 50-pack option down the road. CONTACT? www.hrpsports.com or (800) 352-5525. WHAT STANDS OUT? Here’s a list of things that stand out with HRP’s Bio-D Ripp Offs. (1) Plastics. HRP (Bob Hannah Racing Products) has been in the motocross business for 22 years. Different plastic companies have been developing formulas for biodegradable polymers and polyesters for yea…

MXA TEAM TESTED: EKS BRAND ZIP-OFF SYSTEM GOGGLE

WHAT IS IT? Zip-Off is EKS Brand’s version of a Roll-Off system. It allows a racer to get as many as 33 clear views by pulling a strip of film across the lens rather than layering on multiple tear-offs. WHAT’S IT COST? $59.95 (complete goggle); $34.99 (Zip-Off lens and canisters only). CONTACT? www.eksbrand.com or (800) 231-8529. WHAT STANDS OUT? Here’s a list of things that stand out with EKS Brand’s Zip-Off system. (1) Options. To run EKS Brand’s Zip-Off system, you have two options: The ?Racer Pack? …

MOTOCROSS ACTION PRODUCT TEST: SCOTT SPECIAL EDITION NO SWEAT XI GOGGLES

WHAT IS IT? The latest evolution of the Scott No Sweat XI goggle (not to be confused with the Voltage frame). WHAT’S IT COST? $79.95. CONTACT? www.scottusa.com or (800) 292-5877.   WHAT STANDS OUT? Here’s a list of things that stand out with the Scott Special Edition No Sweat XI goggle. (1) Frame. The No Sweat fits well in most helmets and on most faces. It has large dimensions that fill up the eyeport of helmets, blocking excess roost while maintaining adequate ventilation. The limited edition gra…