MD Distributions specializes in the motorsport sector and sells Motorcycle, Motocross and Quad parts and equipment in major brands such as FORMA, Defts Family, Apico, DT1, Mika metal, Hypertech, KMC Chain and many more . Always listening to its Canadian customers and continually striving to provide the best accessories and equipment for motorcycle, motocross and Enduro enthusiasts at the best prices in the industry.
All our motorcycle / motocross products are chosen by Marco Dubé two times Canadian Motocross Champion / US Open Champion in 2002 and 10 times Canadian Champion on the Arena cross circuit. Always in search of surpassing oneself, Marco has also competed on the American and European circuits always making his mark.
The Motorcycle / Motocross accessories that are offered have been tested by Marco and if he has not BROKEN them, they will be offered to you always respecting 3 criteria: Quality - Performance - Price
For all Motorcycle, Motocross and Quad products, you are guaranteed to have the best and most efficient on the market. You can find our products at major dealerships from British Columbia to Nova Scotia.
The Forma Boots Company
Commitment and Passion are the key elements in obtaining an increasingly technical and comfortable product. Our number one priority is to offer a complete range that meets the needs of every rider. Everything is taken into consideration, from the initial design to the choice of materials used, together with the utmost attention to fine details and the punctual service to our clients. This is why the Forma testimonials, from MotoGP to Superbike, MX1, MX2 and MX3 have chosen to wear Forma motorcycle boots.
We are proud to offer boots that are designed and developed in Italy and manufactured in Romania.
Deft Family represents a united family of athletes, artists and creative individuals inspired by the underground lifestyle to define our futures. Founded by a core crew of friends, influenced by music, art, culture, sport, faith & fashion.
Deft Family provides the essentials for a modern day movement to transcend barriers through a vision of a free flowing culture. Formed by motivation and nessecity for changes through passionate minds while remaining ahead of mainstream, common and popular beliefs. Deft Family is not just a brand it's a lifestyle...
WE ARE DEFT FAMILY!
4Arm Strong is a self-therapy device that creates traction on the forearm muscles toward the elbow while stretching in the opposite direction. This type of assisted stretch can expand the fascia and lengthen the forearm flexor muscles in the anterior and posterior compartments of the forearm, as well as create a stretch in front of the elbow that otherwise couldn’t be achieved. Anterior describes the inside or bottom of the forearm and posterior describes the top of the forearm. Expanding the fascia and stretching the forearm flexor and extensor group muscles can create more space in the forearm compartment, which allows blood to flow into the muscles with less constriction. Less constriction translates into less arm pump. It also results in a freer, less restrictive movement which almost always results in greater grip strength and freedom of movement in the hands and wrists. Effectively lengthening the muscles in front of the elbow can result in a reduction of pain from lateral and medial elbow tendonitis (tennis and golfer’s elbow.) Stretching with the 4Arm Strong can also relieve pain from and prevent Carpal Tunnel symptoms. Arm Pump Arm pump is simply the result of too much blood in a confined area. When certain athletes and professionals move their hand and wrist in a repetitive motion, or push and pull an object, they can experience tightness in the forearm and a loss of grip strength. Most people understand this as arm pump. It is important to understand that arm pump isn’t a blood flow issue; it is a blood containment issue. Arm pump is no different than any other muscle pump caused by certain activities. Many different activities can cause arm pump. Twisting a throttle and pulling a clutch (Motorcycle sports,) climbing a rock formation (rock climbers,) using a tool or surgical device (surgeons, dentists, carpenters mechanics,) pulling a hose (firemen,) controlling an opponent (MMA, BJJ, wrestling, grappling,) as well as pulling and pushing weights (Olympic weight lifting.)
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