The Facts:

– All standard motocross and enduro are designed to accommodate a rider of 175cm (5’9”).

– If the average height of a rider would be 185cm or 6’1′, manufacturers would have produced dirt bikes with different dimensions

– Take the Top 20 450 riders in the AMA Supercross:

  • Ryan Villopoto (173cm/5’8″)
  • James Stewart (170cm/5’7″)
  • Ryan Dungey (178cm/5’10”)
  • Ken Roczen (170cm/5’7″)
  • Justin Barcia (175cm/5’9″)
  • Justin Brayton (178cm/5’10”)
  • Andrew Short (180cm/5’11”)
  • Brock Tickle (180cm/5’11”)
  • Josh Hill (180cm/5’11”)
  • Chad Reed (180cm/5’11”)
  • Weston Peick (180cm/5’11”)
  • Mike Alessi (170cm/5’7″)
  • Nick Wey (177cm/5’10)
  • Eli Tomac (175cm/5’9″)
  • Joshua Grant (175cm/5’9″)
  • Matt Georke (180cm/5’11”)
  • Ivan Tedesco (175cm/5’9″)
  • Chris Blose (173cm/5’8″)
  • Jake Weimer (170cm/5’7″)

3,512cm/20 riders = 175.6cm/5’9″

If you were to add:

  • Trey Canard (170cm/5’7″)
  • Ricky Carmichael (168cm/5’6″)
  • Jeremy McGrath (173cm/5’8″)

4023cm/23riders = 174.9cm/5’9″

– The Space Kit will avoid taller riders from hitting their knees against the handlebars.

– The Space Kit Increases balance, comfort and overall control for taller riders.

– Increased control means increased safety.

– The Space Kit will decrease the effort and distance between sitting down and standing up reducing fatigue and strain on joints and muscles.

– Average height of AMA 450 champions in the past decade:

  • 2013: Ryan Villopoto (173cm/5’8″)
  • 2012: Ryan Villopoto (173cm/5’8″)
  • 2011: Ryan Villopoto (173cm/5’8″)
  • 2010: Ryan Dungey (178cm/5’10”)
  • 2009: James Stewart (170cm/5’7″)
  • 2008: Chad Reed (180cm/5’11”)
  • 2007: James Stewart (170cm/5’7″)
  • 2006: James Stewart (170cm/5’7″)
  • 2005: Ricky Carmichael (168cm/5’6″)
  • 2004: Chad Reed (180cm/5’11”)
  • 2003: Ricky Carmichael (168cm/5’6″)

1742cm/10 champs = 174.2cm/5feet and 8.6 inches

– WAY MORE FUN!!