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Durhamtown and The New MX Board

Postby lec2004 » Sat Dec 26, 2009 10:21 am

Andy Keel has came up with the new "MX board." To see a video and what this is check out the new MXB webiste!!! Let us know what you think!! http://www.motocrossboard.com

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Re: Durhamtown and The New MX Board

Postby Wade » Sun Dec 27, 2009 6:29 pm

I love it!!! That thing is sick!!
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Re: Durhamtown and The New MXB

Postby mxb2010 » Tue Dec 29, 2009 9:12 pm

Thanks for posting this.

Durhamtown has been a great place to R&D the MXB MOTOCROSSBOARD and MXB Shocker.

A big thanks goes out to Mike.

Most of the pictures and video on the website are from Durhamtown.

When you go to the website, click the rectangular icon at the bottom right of the screen. This puts it in full screen mode and it looks much better.

We've got a youtube channel with several videos http://www.youtube.com/user/MOTOCROSSBOARD.

We've got a Facebook page up too http://www.facebook.com/pages/MOTOCROSSBOARD/152191974785?v=wall&ref=search#/pages/MOTOCROSSBOARD/152191974785

We'll be back for more R&D at Durhamtown again soon. If you see us say hello.
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Re: Durhamtown and The New MX Board

Postby JHFMX » Thu Mar 25, 2010 10:32 pm

I rode it about a hundred yards switch footed. Super fun, takes some time to get used to.
Thanks for letting me try it out man

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Re: Durhamtown and The New MX Board

Postby mxb2010 » Mon Mar 29, 2010 10:28 pm

Jesse,
If you had a few days on it, I'll bet you would have been hitting the kickers. When ever you get ready to ride again let me know. I've let a few people ride the one you rode. I've let quite a few people ride the electric one. I even taught my 72 year old dad to ride the electric one.

e-mail me @ andyk @ motocrossboard.com no spaces.

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Re: Durhamtown and The New MX Board

Postby JHFMX » Wed Apr 21, 2010 10:05 pm

Thanks man! it was super fun. I live in Florida now, but I think I will be up for spring jam. and BTW that would be a good time to show it off!
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Re: Durhamtown and The New MX Board

Postby mxb2010 » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:45 pm

Yeah...I just saw the posting for that. It looks like fun. There is a chance I'll be ready to unveil the production Shocker and GT by then. I'll get with Mike and see if he's got room for another vendor.

Definitely be ready to give the MXB another ride that weekend if all works out.

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Re: Durhamtown and The New MX Board

Postby lec2004 » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:56 pm

I think we can make room for you to show off your new "stuff!!" Ill just tell Mike that you are coming. Call me or e-mail me and let me know if you def wanna come!! My email is at the bottom of all of my posts.
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Re: Durhamtown and The New MX Board

Postby mxb2010 » Mon Jun 28, 2010 9:19 am

I'm soliciting bids on the manufacture of the chassis of our entry level motocrossboards. I'm guessing someone that frequents Durhamtown may know of a manufacturer or even fab shop that may be interested. I designed this chassis to be built with minimal and very simple tooling. There is a picture of a prototype chassis I built below. It will end up looking about like this with a few exceptions like the front swing arm being mandrel bent. I have a vendor for the mandrel bent tubing in the front arm in case an interested party does not have that capability. I would really prefer to work with Georgia companies, if not then hopefully a SE company though I'm happy to work with any US company. Even though I have patents pending on it in 150 countries, I do not wish to mfg overseas, so US companies only please.

We'll need a few hundred this year and hopefully a few thousand next year.

Any interested party should contact me @ info@motocrossboard.com
Thanks for your help.
MXB 2010

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