MXA VIDEO: COTY SCHOCK RIPS YAMAHA YZ125 TWO-STROKE WIDE OPEN



MXA VIDEO: COTY SCHOCK RIPS YAMAHA YZ125 TWO-STROKE WIDE-OPEN

Coty Schock rips his Yamaha YZ125 two-stroke around the ClubMX Training Facility in South Carolina. Coty has been building this bike in between races over the last few weeks, and he spent the day on Tuesday before the Salt Lake City Supercross finale riding it and filming with us. This was a clean and straightforward build. This 2024 Yamaha YZ125 has an FMF pipe and silencer, Boyesen Rad valve, Phathead head, Dubya wheels, Luxon triple clamps, KYB suspension (with a YZ250F front end) and more.

Coty Schock lost his ride during the offseason last year and at the last minute, was picked up by the FXR/Muc-Off/ClubMX Yamaha team for Supercross in the 250 East division. His season was nothing short of impressive. He finished fourth at the opener, won a Heat race at Birmingham, then broke his collarbone after being taken out in the Main Event that night, got it plated Monday morning, and raced the next Saturday to stay in the points. He entered the 2024 Salt Lake City Supercross finale tied for third in points and secured it, giving ClubMX a podium finish in the 250SX East Coast Championship.

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