With Father’s Day just around the corner this weekend, we pulled together a list of 10 different items the off-roading father would appreciate. Check out our list below (and feel free to comment with other great suggestions).

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Tire Pressure Gauge
Showing dad you care doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune. Every vehicle should have a decent tire pressure gauge. Airing up and airing down is a regular part of the off-road experience, and the air pressure gauge on air compressors or at the gas station can sometimes be drastically off the mark. There are a number of different options that you can pick up from your local auto parts store, such as this Dual Head Gauge from Slime offered at AutoZone.

Ontario, CA – Red Bull/KTM rider Taddy Blazusiak returned to his winning ways and claimed the win at the fourth round of the AMA EnduroCross Series held at the Citizens Business Bank Arena.

The afternoon started out well for both Red Bull KTM’s Blazusiak as well as Factory FMF/KTM rider Mike Brown. Blazusiak turned the fastest time in the qualifying hot laps while Brown was 2nd fastest. The quick times gave each rider first gate pick in their respective heats later in the evening.

Brown was up first in the second Pro heat. He jumped off the line to a 3rd place start. Unfortunately, he suffered a crash in the matrix early on which cost him a few positions. He was able to recover and finish in 3rd place but was one shy spot of qualifying and had to regroup to return for the semi race.

Corona, CA – The 2012 AMA/Husqvarna National Dual-Sport Series presented by FMF continues into August with five events in five different states. From the technical forest single-track of Washington to the historic trails of the Buffalo 500 in Indiana, the August calendar has something for everyone.

The Front Range Riders get things underway in Colorado with the Moose Run Dual Sport Rally this coming weekend. Two days of trails featuring A-, B- and C-level options will give riders the chance to experience the North Park riding area of Colorado. Back east, the Bear Creek Sportsmen will take to the Catskills in the Hancock National Dual Sport in New York. Finishing off the month’s events, the Great Lakes Dual Sporters give riders a chance to experience Michigan’s best motorcycle-only single-track with Ted’s Chandler Hill Challenge.

The AMA/Husqvarna National Dual-Sport events each feature between 100-200 miles of the best riding in the area. Bikes must be street legal in order to qualify, and every Husqvarna rider who submits a photo of themselves on their TE at the event is eligible to receive a free T-shirt from Husqvarna Motorcycles North America.

The first-annual Gas Gas Moab Rally kicks off this weekend and it include 2-3 days of world class riding around Moab and tons more fun.

The ride will start in Moab on April 27th.  Be prepared for three days of riding and group camping on the Colorado River.

If that’s not enough, Moab’s Classic Car Show also falls on this same weekend.

Either one is enough to plan your yearly vacation for, let alone the two combined.  If you’re looking for a hotel room rather than camping, make reservations as quickly as possible.

To sign up, please call Jim Ryan at 435-260-2724 or email DualSportUtah@hotmail.com for more info.

http://www.dualsportutah.com

GoPro, promoting its HD Hero2 camera, releases action videos from athletes from week to week. The most recent video produced by the GoPro team features James Stewart practicing at his home track.

Stewart takes a tour of his home compound in Haines City, Florida, and he talks about his AMA Supercross season up until his win in Daytona.

Check out action from the video below:

Thirty-two amateur and professional motocross riders known as “The Brotherhood” battle 1500 miles of unforgiving terrain from the US border to the tip of Baja. The “Brothers” are a mixed bag of dirt bike legends, Baja veterans, off-road racers and Rip “fresh fish.”

Go along for the ride with Rip Founder and Host, Cameron Steele, 11-Time Baja 1000 Champ, Johnny Campbell, Supercross Champion Jeremy McGrath, X-Games medalist, Jeff “Ox&” Kargola, Off-Road star, Casey Currie, Long Distance Jump record holder, Trigger Gumm, and a motley crew of racers, desert rats and newbies. The Rip is not a race… it’s a battle of attrition, a test of will.

Check out the trailer below:

Mark your calendars for the upcoming Team Green Ride day at Pala Raceway in Pala, Calif., on Monday, December 19, 2011. The event hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bring your Kawasaki KX™ and ride for free on three different tracks. Come by vendor row to check out the latest products from Team Green sponsors and grab a free Monster Energy drink. Plus, the first 200 Kawasaki bikes that enter will receive a free liter of Maxima oil and a Pro Filter air filter.

-    Riders of all skill levels welcome. Three fully-prepped tracks including the national track, vet track, and the mini-bike track. Open practice on the national and vet tracks from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

-    Beginner dirt bike school will be available for riders 12 and older on the mini-bike track. Limited availability. First come, first serve basis. Contact coach2ride@aol.com to reserve your spot.

-    Kawasaki Team Green technicians will provide maintenance seminars.

-    Take a podium shot with Ryan Villopoto’s championship 2012 KX™450F, his trophies, and the Monster Energy girls.

-    Kawasaki pro riders will make appearances to sign autographs.

-    Kawasaki 2012 KX™450F and KX™250F demo rides available. Limited availability, riders must be 18 years of age or older.

-    Test-drive the all-new 2012 Teryx4®. Limited availability, riders must be 18 years of age or older.

FREE admission with a KAWASAKI bike.
$20 donation to Road 2 Recovery for any other bike.
All Military with ID FREE with any bike.
Free admission for all spectators.
No Membership required.
For a free lunch RSVP david.chaplin@kmc-usa.com before December 15th.

Corona, CA - At the Ironman GNCC in Crawfordsville, Indiana, the newest member of the Fred Andrews Racing (FAR) Husqvarna team – Andrew Delong – recorded a podium finish in the XC2 class. Meanwhile, Jason Thomas continued to forge ahead, this time racing to a sixth-place finish despite a broken hand!

FAR Husqvarna has added Delong to the team for the remainder of the 2012 season. The 21-year-old National Enduro regular only had two days on the bike before the Ironman GNCC, and still managed to pilot his TXC250 to a third-place finish.

Despite getting off to a “bad start,” Delong made his way into third place by the end of the opening lap. He was pushing for more throughout the race but still ended up in a strong third place for the day.

Jason Thomas injured his hand on Tuesday while out testing with Andrew. The X-rays revealed a broken bone, but nonetheless, Thomas announced that he was racing – broken hand and all. Luck was still not on his side as he had a terrible first lap which left him struggling to overcome a time deficit for the rest of the race.

“The track was the best one this year and I pushed hard today, but I’m so mad,” Thomas lamented. “I was climbing one of the big hills and a spectator was sitting on the hill with a cooler. I had to change my line into a tree not to hit her! I lost so much time on lap one. That cost me for the day. My hand was hurting but I can handle pain.”

“I am so proud of Andrew and Jason today,” Fred Andrews said. “Jason always gives me 110% – he raced with a broken hand! Andrew rode awesome today and FAR Husqvarna is excited to add him to the team.”

Thomas managed to finish in sixth – within seconds of fifth-place. The next – and final – stop on the GNCC circuit is Loretta Lynn Ranch, where the FAR Husqvarna team will be racing on both Friday the 4th and Sunday the 6th of November. Thomas now sits third in the XC2 standings, one point out of second, but with two rounds remaining in the championship, anything can happen!

Corona, CA – Husqvarna is offering factory-to-dealer incentives on select 2011 models. Now through November, get out the door on a brand new Husqvarna for substantially less. Combined with outstanding low-rate financing, it is more affordable than ever to RiDE MORE!

Husqvarna’s cross-country TXC250 is now available for as low as $5,929, and the street-legal TE250 dual sport, which normally retails for $7,599, for as low as $5,799.

See Info on the 2012 Husqvarnas on Off-Road.com

Combine these prices with low-rate financing deals offered through BMW Financial Services with rates as low as 3.99% APR* on 2011 models and 0.99% APR* on 2010 or prior.

Act now and get your hands on a brand new Husqvarna off-road motorcycle before remaining inventory runs out! Click here or see your local Husqvarna dealer for additional details.

*On approved credit

Renthal is pleased to announce that we have completed our limited edition Support Japan handlebar pad promotion and we are going to write a check to the American Red Cross for the Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami relief in Japan for the amount of $5000.

Thank you to everyone who purchased one of these limited edition bar pads, by doing so we’re able to make a small difference in the rebuilding process of so many lives.  Also thanks to the riders who ran the special bar pads at the final Supercross round in Las Vegas earlier this year to help spread the word.

If you’d still like to make a donation to the Red Cross for Earthquake and Tsunami relief in Japan, please visit www.redcross.org or visit the Japanese Red Cross Society at http://www.jrc.or.jp/english/.