The Red Bull X-Fighters’ 2014 bikes

Check out the freshest new Red Bull X-Fighters bike designs for this season.

The Red Bull X-Fighters riders returned to one of their favourite spots last weekend, the Plaza de Toros Monumental in Mexico City, for the start of the 2014 season.

Many of the Red Bull X-Fighters riders were sporting some hot new bike designs in Mexico. Let's take a look at some of the best...

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Tom´s Bike - Red Bull X-Fighters Mexico 2014
Tom Pages Bike - X-Fighters Mexico 2014

Tom´s Bike - Red Bull X-Fighters Mexico 2014

Tom Pagès is riding a Yamaha YZ 250 (2-Stroke) with the same set-up then last year. For ´14 the frenchman comes into the championship with a fresh design on his graphics. Even more then in the previous year Tom used a lot of graphic elements to honour his friend Eigo Sato, who passed away last year.

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Dany´s Bike - Red Bull X-Fighters Mexico 2014
Dany´s  Bike - Red Bull X-Fighters Mexico 2014

Dany´s Bike - Red Bull X-Fighters Mexico 2014

Dany is riding is a KTM SX 350 (4-Stroke) which gives him enough power in the high altitude of Mexico City to perform his unique tricks. For the 2014 season the spainard choose a new graphic design that fits his style and sponsors.

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Remi´s Bike - Red Bull X-Fighters Mexico 2014
Remi´s Bike - Red Bull X-Fighters Mexico 2014

Remi´s Bike - Red Bull X-Fighters Mexico 2014

Remi Bizouard is riding one of the most powerful machines in Mexico. His Kawasaki KX 450 (4-Stroke) has won many MX-Championships and is known as the strongest in it´s class. Remi skipped the classic green Kawa design and gave the bike a personal blue-white overall look & feel this season.

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Remi´s Bike - Foot-Peg Detail
Remi´s Bike - Foot-Peg Detail

Remi´s Bike - Foot-Peg Detail

Remi did not only change the overall look of his Kawasaki KX 450, he also changed a few standard parts to give him more riding comfort. In the picture you see his custom extra wide Foot-Pegs that come in the same blue as the rest of his bike design.

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Erick Ruiz Bike - Front Wheel Detail
Erick Ruiz Bike - Front Wheel Detail

Erick Ruiz Bike - Front Wheel Detail

Style is everything for the boys as you see on this picture. Erick took it to the next level with white spokes and a blue wheel hub matching the other blue elements on his KTM SX 250. Not really KTM factory orange, but hey it´s Freestyle Motocross.

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Josh Sheehan´s Honda CR 450
Josh Sheehan´s Honda CR 450

Josh Sheehan´s Honda CR 450

Josh believes like Remi in the 4-Stroke Power of his 450. As one of the tallest riders in the field, he for sure has no problems handling the power of Honda´s biggest bike. Beside a graphic update Sheehan´s beast is the same as in 2013. Good for a Double-Flip any time..

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Maikel Melero - Yamaha YZ 250
Maikel Melero - Yamaha YZ 250

Maikel Melero - Yamaha YZ 250

Like a few others Maikel is still riding a classic 2-Stroke Bike, which have been the original FMX Bikes. His mechanic gave it some extra power with an Pro Circuit exaust system and a few other extras on the engine. For 2014 he comes with a new overall graphic style.

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Levi Sherwood´s Flip Levers
Levi Sherwood´s Flip Levers

Levi Sherwood´s Flip Levers

Like Levi, all riders use Flip Levers, these are mounted on the handlebar in order to exert counter-pressure on mostly upside down tricks, when a rider is mid-air. Levers are folded down when not in use to be out of the way of any bar tricks.

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Maikel Melero´s Stabilizer
Maikel Melero´s Stabilizer

Maikel Melero´s Stabilizer

The stabilizer is a riders best friend when they perform tricks where they release the handlebars or land no-handed. It´s mounted below the centre of the handle bar & the grade can be adjusted to ensure the bar stays in a straight position being upside-down hands off.

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