And Yet Another Fun Thread



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  • John_Lorenz

Posted June 06, 2002 - 04:59 AM

#61

Dan go with the WR my buddy has a 02 brand new wr426. That bike is so sweeeeeeeeetttttttttt.
If your undecided look at it this way

Price out what it would cost to replace a top end or a trannie, or even just gaskets.

Maintenance Cost Factor = Sale of Bike

To All
This is so cool: All the differant variants of bikes Keep em comming

  • BFLee

Posted June 06, 2002 - 05:12 AM

#62

Am I really the only one here who has ever owned a Goldwing? Or am I the only one who will admit that I had a Goldwing? :)

  • John_Lorenz

Posted June 06, 2002 - 05:18 AM

#63

The Later I assume

But I got to admit the guy who listed his intruder

Thast balls :D

Any Honda Rebel Owners out there
:)

Nothing wrong with a gold wing at all

[ June 06, 2002: Message edited by: EgoAhole ]

  • racemile

Posted June 06, 2002 - 07:06 AM

#64

Ego,

Does it help if I said I rode the Intruder in Philadelphia traffic?!?!?!

Hey at that point in my life, anything with two wheels and a motor was a good thing

Jason :)

  • John_Lorenz

Posted June 06, 2002 - 07:08 AM

#65

No worries a bikes a bike

Well Maybe not Hummmmmmmm

The Honda Rebel Hahahahahahahaha

  • dirtdad

Posted June 06, 2002 - 07:23 AM

#66

Originally posted by racemile:
Ego,

Does it help if I said I rode the Intruder in Philadelphia traffic?!?!?!


you have my sympathy if you drive anything in Philadelphia traffic. I think its safer driving in Afghanistan! :)

  • herbski

Posted June 06, 2002 - 09:46 PM

#67

1973 sl-70 (started it all)
1968 suz 125 twin cyl enduro kinda
197? Gemini Boss 80
1974 cr 125
1978 bultaco pursang 250
rd 350
rd 350
500 Kaw triple (Wobblesaki)
1982 yz 490 (that one hurt a lot of people)
1985 cr 250
1988 cr 250
1958 Matchless 650
1965 BSA Lightning
1973 60 mini enduro
1992 kx 250
1982 xr 185
1996 kx 250
1999 kx 250 (310 big bore)
1999 pw 50
01 yz 426
02 xr 70


Lots of memories here

  • KYA426

Posted June 06, 2002 - 10:27 AM

#68

197? Yamaha 60
1976 YZ 80
1979 YZ 80
1979 YZ 250
1982 YZ 250
1984 YZ 490
1988 CR 500
1994 CR 500
1999 WR 400
2001 WR 426

  • AZ918MAN

Posted June 06, 2002 - 10:58 AM

#69

I have only had a few bikes
1982 Z50
1986 CR80
1988 CR80
1990 CR125
1991 CR125
1992 - TOOK A YEAR OFF FROM RIDING
1993 CR125
1995 CR125
1996 CR250
1997 CR250
1998 CR250
1999 CR250
2000 CR250
2001 YZ426F
2003 - SOON A NEW CRF450 UNLESS YAHAMA DOES SOME REALLY AMAZING SH*T. AND I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN A HONDA GUY BUT I DO LOVE MY 426

  • yamie_rider

Posted June 06, 2002 - 11:03 AM

#70

2001 426

my first bike

2002 250f

my second bike

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  • Ed_Buratti

Posted June 07, 2002 - 02:56 AM

#71

76 cr125 (Something broke every ride) - first bike
86 cr125
91 dr350 dual-sport
87 it490
96 xr400
92 cr500
86 xl600
01 xrl650

  • Zsolt67

Posted June 07, 2002 - 05:42 AM

#72

O boy here we go.

3 1/2 hp mini bike
1976 Hodaka Road Toad
1978 Suzuki RM80
1981 Can-Am 175
1983 Kaw KX125
1984 KTM 250 MX
1985 Honda CR250
1986 Kaw KX125
1986 Kaw KX500
1987 Kaw KX250
1988 out with broken wrist
1989 Yam YZ250
1991 KAW KX250
1994 KAW KX125
1995 HON CR250
1995 HON CR125
1997 KAW KX250
1998 YAM YZ400F
SOON YAM YZ426F after 3 years off.
evo8usa

[ June 07, 2002: Message edited by: Zsolt67 ]

  • dirtdad

Posted June 07, 2002 - 07:25 AM

#73

another Hodaka! I love it. Those bikes were the shiznit back in the day!!! :) :D :D

  • gal

Posted June 09, 2002 - 06:34 AM

#74

96 klr 250
97 klxr 650
95 xrl 650
95 lc4 400
93 wr 250
97 400 exc
97 300 exc
00 yz 426
and another few junks
61 bmw r27
89 jawa with side car
and lots of automatic scooters, my previous is a piaggio hexagon 250 gt

  • cfisher185

Posted June 10, 2002 - 08:56 AM

#75

Ok .. here they are in order of ownership -

Solid Frame Tecumseh Powered Minibike
1985 XR80
1988 XR80
1989 DR100
1984 CR80
1989 CR80
1991 CR80
1986 LT230 Quad Runner
1988 YZ125
1997 RM125
1998 RM125
1999 RM125
1999 RM250
2001 YZ125
2001 YZ250F
2001 YZ426F
2001 YZ250F

  • dockedoar

Posted June 12, 2002 - 03:53 PM

#76

I am brand new to all this so the list is kind of wimpy! I would have given anything if I were exposed to this when I was a kid. Probably wouldn't have played all those other sports if I had. Baseball, golf and tennis did pay for school though!!

YZ250F- Mine
TTR125- Wife
TTR90- Son(11y/o)
TTR90- Daughter(10y/o)

  • Grashopr

Posted August 07, 2002 - 01:11 AM

#77

Sorry for waiting so long since my last post...wasnt' keeping track of this posting....

THUMPIN' ROCK HUCKER: I'll get you a pic as soon as I get another digital camera...I blew up my old one coming down from a wheelie a bit hard with the camera in the rear compartment...should be a week or so. My Fav? I REALLY REALLY LOVE the RC51. There's something to be said for driving down a 5-lane street and setting off EVERY car alarm on the block...not just arming them..SETTING THEM OFF. Driving down tight/business districts where the echo of the V-twin can bounce back and forth off of the store windows sounds HEAVENLY. But my Dream bike has always been the Silver 955i. I bought that bike as a totaled bike (went through a fire) as a frame, engine and a pair of forks..I built the rest of the bike off of ebay. As far as screwing around..the ZX12 is the best for hooligan-ing. Light weight, EASY wheelies in 3rd, looks unique, and it's not like the 'busa, where you see one on every corner. 85k? I'm not sure about that..I'm still making payments on a couple of them, but most were either salvage bikes that I rebuilt, or deals that I got from friends.

FASTFRANK: Yeah, that's 2 ZX9's. I'm not really impressed with myne..they are mainly dropped to the duty of 'neighborhood whore'. Friends who don't have a bike or need a loaner use them. I HATE carb's. They are a bit on the portly side, and although they hit hte powerband a bit harder than the other I4's, they could really stand to give up a bit of the powerband for some lower-end grunt. They are fun, and the 'ninja' is still the 'original' crothch rocket, after the Z1, of course.

The 'Hopper'

  • BEAR

Posted August 07, 2002 - 01:41 AM

#78

Bikes and Quads:
Briggs&Stratton minibike (HAHAHA)
197? XR 75
197? MR 175
197? XL250
1984 200 yamaha 3 wheeler
1985 TRI-Z 250 (my first true love)
1985 honda 200s 3 wheeler
1986 200 fourtrax (my daughters now)
197? cr 125
1996 XR 250
1996 RM 250
Present bikes and quads:
1999 350 Big Bear 4x4 (this can be seen at highlifter.com , just do a search)
1985 200X 3 wheeler
2001 blaster (for sale)
198? XR 80
1997 KLX 300 (my son's)
2001 YZ 426 (NEED I SAY MORE)

  • Kirtwell

Posted August 07, 2002 - 02:48 AM

#79

1972 CB125
1974 CB450
1979 Harley Sportster
1985 CX500
1987 CX500
1990 Harley Sportster
1995 ZX11
1997 ZX7
1994 YZ250
2000 YZ250
2001 YZ426

Future:
2003 ZX12 If I can't talk the wife into it.

  • yamflorida

Posted August 07, 2002 - 03:09 AM

#80

Rupp mini bike
1971 honda ct 70
Kawasaki 100 enduro
1973 suzuki TM 125
THEN LAID OFF 25 YEARS
99 YZ 400
TTR-125L sons bike
forgot 2002 Honda shadow ACE 750

[ August 07, 2002: Message edited by: yamflorida ]





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