And Yet Another Fun Thread



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  • Guest_Guest_*

Posted June 05, 2002 - 06:57 AM

#21

1. 1974 Yamaha 80 trials (8th B-Day Present!)
2. 1978 Kawasaki KE 125.....$500
3. 1982 Honda XR250R........$800
4. 1985 Honda XR250R........$1200
5. 1985 Kawasaki KX 125.....$400
6. 1982 Suzuki GSXR Katana 550...$1500
7. 1986 Honda CBR 600 Hurricane..$2500
8. 1995 Honda CBR 900RR (WOW!!!!!)(TRICKED OUT!)6K
9. 1995 Yamaha YZ250...........$2100
10.1995 Yamaha WARRIOR 350.....$2800
11.1999 Yamaha YZ400FL.........$5150
12.2000 Yamaha PW50............$900
13.1993 Suzuki RM250...........$700

<center><font color=red><h3>The great thing about EVERY bike up there, is that ALL but the last three I have sold and I have ridden them for at least a year and then sold them for MORE $$$$ than I paid for them! </h3></center>
Nothing had to be done at all to any of them to be ready to ride . All were in pretty good condition!
I had to get rid of my street machine......900RR .....when I had kids because I had to give it up for something ......SAFE........??
:)
That thing would indicate 178 on the speedo.......and man schmidt happens fast at those speeds! :D
Now I do DEZ racing and it is ........??much safer??............. :D

  • therapture

Posted June 05, 2002 - 06:57 AM

#22

1. 1983 CR80
2. 1985 CR125
3. 1987 CR125 (BEST 125 ever!)
4. 1988 CR250
5. 1989 KX125
6. 1990 CR125
7. 1990 KX250
8. 1992 CR250
9. 1994 CR250
10.1996 CR250
11. computer mx games :)
12. 2000 YZ426F

  • newmann

Posted June 05, 2002 - 06:58 AM

#23

Don't have time to list the one's I HAD but here are SOME I currently own.

  • moto614

Posted June 05, 2002 - 07:07 AM

#24

i have had a lot of bikes street and dirt the most memerable are as follows:

72 penton 125 six days replica
75 RM125
76 RM125
79 YZ125
83 CR125
84 CAGIVA WMX250(200cc)
85 CAGIVA WMX500
87 HUSQVARNA 510
87 KTM250EXC
92 RM250
93 CR500
94 KTM300EXC
95 CR500
95 XR250 (STREET LEGAL)
01 YZ426
MY STREET STUFF:
78 GS1000E
MANY MANY RD250-400s
85 RZ350
96 ZX600E
98 DR650SE (SUPER MOTARD)
98 TRIUMPH T-BIRD SPORT
99 TRIUMPH DAYTONA/SPEED TRIPLE
95 CR500(SUPER MOTARD)
and the list goes on i really want another super motard bike like the husky 610SM or the KTM620SM i know i'm just insane!!

jeffro :)

  • Hick

Posted June 05, 2002 - 07:14 AM

#25

Wow!!

My list is relatively boring, no Hodakas, XRs, ITs, streetbikes (I do have a Vespa P200 E though), and especially no quads or three wheelers!! The only Tecate worth having is the kind you drink w/ a lime!!

Anywho…

Honda QA 50 (I actually gave this bike away when I was around 12. Stupid).
77 RM 80
82 RM 80 (Full Floater™!!!)
83 CR 125
12 yrs w/ out a bike, my personal dark ages, not sure how that happened.
95 KX 250 (sold because it didn’t turn)
99 KX 500 (sold because it wasn’t a YZF)
00 YZ 426 *
92 KX 500 ($500 fixer-upper) *
01 YZ 426 *
???

* Still have it.

  • Ga426owner

Posted June 05, 2002 - 07:35 AM

#26

Here is my history lesson:
1969/70 Briggs & Stratton
1972/3 Honda XR50
1972/3 Yamaha YZ80
1973 Suzuki TS125 modified for Motocross
1973 Suzuki TS185 modified for motocross
1974/5 Honda CR125 Elsinore
long break
1990 Honda CR250
1994 Honda CR250
1996 Honda XR200 - for the Xwife/lost to the Xwife
1998 Honda XR400/440 with too damn much $ spent on it
1999 Yamaha YZF400
2000 Yamaha YZ125 - for the Xwife/lost to the Xwife
2000 Yamaha YZF426 X 2
2001 Yamaha YZF426 current race bike -- with too much $ into it
2001 Yamaha WR426 woods weapon --
2003 Yamaha YZF450 on order

  • dirtdad

Posted June 05, 2002 - 07:44 AM

#27

Originally posted by Merfman:


Without a doubt, the scariest bike I've ever ridden. Powerband was about as wide as a flea's shoulders.

Merf


Too funny, but great description! :) :D :D

  • John_Lorenz

Posted June 05, 2002 - 07:50 AM

#28

Most sorry me bad it was the 1971 TM 400
Check this link out
Balls Is Balls No matter which way ya cut it
http://www.off-road.com/rick/tm400/

  • Fireballsocal

Posted June 05, 2002 - 07:51 AM

#29

I really need to acquire a few more bike!
79 Yamaha GP80 first "real" dirtbike.
97 Yamaha banshee
99 Yamaha YZ400

I did have a couple of mopeds that sounded way cool when I rode em without the exaust but I wouldn't consider them bikes.

  • crazyadam

Posted June 05, 2002 - 07:59 AM

#30

started with a YAMAHA zinger 50 when I was 4!
My only 2 smoke!!
2.1983 suzuki 80 (dr?)
3.80cc Yamaha quad
4.225cc Yamaha 3 wheeler (all black)
5.200cc honda XR
6.xt 350
7.honda 4x4 400
8.Suzuki 230 quad
9.Warrior lots of fun when your 12!
10.87 TT350 very nice bike, still around
11.96klx 300
12.89 XR600r
13.klr650
14.kawasaki tengei 650, still around
15.88 CBR 600
16.98 Triumph Sprint 900 triple
17.98 Wr 400 for sale!
18.2k WR 400
19. 2000 Polaris Ranger 6X6 BADASS TOY!

I think thats almost all of them!

[ June 05, 2002: Message edited by: crazyadam ]

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  • armourbl

Posted June 05, 2002 - 08:35 AM

#31

My list is too short so I'm including all the street bikes too..

81 Honda CB750 Custom (dad bike that I used to sneak out for short rides)
90 Suzuki Quadracer LT250R (first financed anything, super fast dune quad)
84 Kawasaki Ninja 900 (first bike I owned myself bought it in 94, paid $500, sold $500 year later)
95 Suzuki RF600R (high sided the heck out of it only 13 days after buying it brand new)
89 Yamaha XT600 (biggest money pit ever, don't even think of dirt duty on this bike)
97 Suzuki GSXR-600
99 Suzuki TL1000R (just sold this bike, :) ( )
00 Aprilia RS50 (Wifes bike, tons of fun, 2-stroke 50cc street GP style racer)
01 Yamaha WR250F

Future 2002 GSXR-1000, after I close on my new house...

ben

  • SoundChaser

Posted June 05, 2002 - 08:43 AM

#32

~74 Kawasaki 50
`75 Honda XR75
`77 Honda XR75
~77 Suzuki RM100
~79 Suzuki RM125
?? Honda ATC 70
74 Kawasaki H2 750
83 Honda XR500
~86 Kawasaki Ninja 600
99 Ducati 748s
01 Yamaha 426


Man, I miss that Kawi H2. These were the shee-ot back in the day. A 2-stroke, 3 cylinder 750 street bike, what a kick! :) But now that I think about it...I like the Duc a little better! :D

  • moto614

Posted June 05, 2002 - 08:49 AM

#33

yeah i hear you you can't go back a few years ago i found an 84 cagiva 250 barn bike,with visions of my hey day in my head i bought it and completely restored it then raced it in the bomber class(bikes 10yrs and older)that we have locally,man did i realize how bad that bike was!!!! kept it for a couple of years never rode much after that then sold it so i wouldn't attempt to ride it again.i think its a barn bike once again. :)

jeffro

  • Mark_UK

Posted June 05, 2002 - 09:35 PM

#34

suzuki 50 roadbike with knobbly tyres

suzuki er50
Yamaha DT175mx [quite possibly the best dirt birt}
1968 Lambretta Li150
1989 Vespa 200 {matt black with extended forks} a death trap
1969Lambretta sx225
Rotax CanAm bombadere
Lambretta low rider chopper
Vespa ss90
1959 Lambretta Tv175

1998 YZ250
YZ400

next,,,,,ktm/honda/yamaha,,,,,just whatevers best

[ June 05, 2002: Message edited by: Mark_UK ]

  • BFLee

Posted June 05, 2002 - 11:19 AM

#35

Originally posted by RAT Racing:
I started out very late


I wish I started when I was 15. I started riding bikes when I was 29!!

My List
<ul type="square">[*]1992 Suzuki DR650[*]1994 Honda CR250[*]1988 Honda CBR600 Hurricane[*]1994 Honda VFR750 - My all-time favorite street bike[*]1994 Kawaski EX250 Ninja - My first Road Racer[*]1984 Honda GL1200 Aspencade w/Matching Trailer[*]1986 Honda GL1200 Aspencade - the tranny grenaded on the '84[*]1993 Honda CBR900RR - My second Road Racer, now we can REALLY get hurt[*]2000 Suzuki DR650S - Back to my Dual Sport roots[*]2000 Suzuki TL1000S - Ow!! My achin' back!![*]2001 Yamaha WR426F - My current beeyatch[/list]

  • Ranger_426F

Posted June 05, 2002 - 11:54 AM

#36

You guys are going to have to help me with the years if I get this wrong.

75 yamaha 60 first bike
75 honda SL 100 moms bike grew into it after the 60
75 Yamaha 360 Dads bike started riding it after the 100 first time out jumped it over a road and into a pond Never ran right after that

  • Ranger_426F

Posted June 05, 2002 - 11:56 AM

#37

Hit the wrong key sorry

75 Yamaha 60
75 Honda SL100
75 Yamaha 360
88 Kawasaki Ninja 600
02 YZF 426

  • rmarion

Posted June 05, 2002 - 12:13 PM

#38

70 Suzuki 90 w/git kit
74 Harley 125
72 Honda 250 XR
72 Yam 250 MX
76 Husky 250 CR
76 Husky 390 CR
77 Husky 390 Auto (still have :D :) )
93 KTM 300 exc
99 Yam 400 YZ
00 Yam 250 YZ
02 Yam 250F YZ

  • moto_madman

Posted June 05, 2002 - 12:29 PM

#39

im just about 15 so i have a short list.

1983 CR125
first bike, got it when i was 12
1987 kx250
its really my stepfathers bike but he was out for a few weeks so i broke it in for him and had some fun on it when i was between bikes.
1998 RM250
just got it a few months ago

  • BigDesto

Posted June 05, 2002 - 12:36 PM

#40

Never had a chance to start on something small, as a freshman(15) in highschool i was 6'3"@220.

1- 1972 CR250 13 OR 14
2- 1980 YZ250 15
3- 1981 YZ465 16 FAST BIKE!
4- 1982 YZ490 16-17
(HIATUS)WENT TO COLLEGE TO PLAY FOOTBALL
5- 1986 KX500
6- 1988 KX500
7- 1990 KX25O STREET BIKES
8- 1992 KX500 1981-SUZUKI KATANA 550
9- 1991 KX250 1982-SUZUKI GS1150ES
10-1997 KTM360SX 1994-HONDA XR650L
11-1999 KX500 1991-SUZUKI 1100 KATANA
12-2002 WR426 200?-??????????????





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