And Yet Another Fun Thread



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  • Boit

Posted August 07, 2002 - 03:24 AM

#81

196? Harley M50. Yup, an Italian made 2smoke with a three speed tranny that had the shifter integrated with the clutch lever ala a moped. A true piece of junk.

1970 Suzuki TS90
1972 Honda CB750
1974 CZ 250 Enduro
197? Yamaha DT125
1981 Honda XL185S
1986 Honda Shadow 700
1994 Kawasaki KLX250
1996 Honda ZR50
1996 Yamaha XC125 Riva scooter
2000 YZ426

(still have the last 4 bikes)

  • dman1979

Posted August 07, 2002 - 05:32 AM

#82

2001-TTR-250
2002-YZ 426 Best bike on the market!

  • Ben_Dere_Didat

Posted August 07, 2002 - 05:42 AM

#83

'71 Suzuki TS-185 "Seirra"
'71 Suzuki TS-125 "Duster" with GIT Kit :)
'73 Suzuki TM-250
'74 Honda CR-250
'76 Suzuki RM-370 (beat up used one)
'76 Suzuki RM-370 (new one)
'77 Suzuki RM-250
'78 Suzuki RM-250
Stopped riding in early '78
YZ-426 (coming soon)

  • Amador

Posted August 07, 2002 - 06:05 AM

#84

2000 YZ426
2002 CBR600F4i

Only two bikes I've ever owned or ridden!

  • deano

Posted August 07, 2002 - 07:01 AM

#85

Home made go-cart with B&S engine
64 Honda 50 step thru frame
68 Yamaha 80 with GYT kit (dangerous)
69 Bultaco 125 Sherpa S
71 Bultaco 175 Campera
73 Ossa 250 Desert Phantom, 1st brand new bike
78 Husky 390 CR
83 Yamaha IT490, new
87 Yamaha TT350, new 4 strokes only from now on
94 Honda XR600 and XR100, new, getting the kids started
97 Honda XR200, kids growing
01 Honda XR250, still growing
02 KTM 520 EXC, best bike ever

Came over from the KTM side. The posts here are a lot more entertaining

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  • CJ_Baran

Posted August 07, 2002 - 07:17 AM

#86

1979 Kawasaki KD80M
2002 426

Yes theres is a very big gap between these bikes!

  • ACTIONMAN

Posted August 07, 2002 - 07:39 AM

#87

This is cool.. But... I have yet to see anyone riding a tt500 thumper..from the 80s.. these nwere the best!
my list

brigs mini bike (ok-ok)
-79 rm 80

-80 Yamaha tt 500 (I was 14 and this is the original killer)

-82 Honda xr 250 (jumped it thirty feet to flat landing and broke it in half) (still sketched on overjumping stuff)

-Moved to europe and didnt have a bike there

-93 KX 250

-01 426F Really wish this thing was lighter. But a really fun bike. (40 NOW ..OUT AT THE TRACKS AND CLEARING THE DOUBLES AND 45 FOOT TABLES)

MAYBE SEE YOU GUYS OUT AT WEST COUST GET TOGETHER.

  • Boardercrime

Posted August 07, 2002 - 08:00 AM

#88

1995 Yamaha DT 125
1996 Suzuki TL 125
1998 Yamaha FZR 1000 Exup
1999 Kawasaki KLX 650
2000 Yamaha FZR 1000
2001 Yamaha YZ 400

Yammi rules !!

  • John_Lorenz

Posted August 07, 2002 - 08:00 AM

#89

No the original killer was the sc-500 a 2 smoker monster that just wanted to go side ways

  • ACTIONMAN

Posted August 07, 2002 - 08:17 AM

#90

STILL... HAVE TO ADMIT THE TT 500 WAS A FREKIN BEAUTIFUL BIKE THAT HANDLED REALLY WELL IN THE AIR AND IN THE TURNS. AS FAR AS ORIGINAL GOES WE ARE IN THUMPER TALK..AND I KNOW YOU KNOW THAT BECAUSE YOU HAVE SO MANY POSTS...NOT 2SMOKE TALK.
TT500 BEST ORIGINAL THUMPER!!!!!!
SEE YA ON THE COMPRESSION STROKE!
(NOT THE REBOUND)

  • mathieu

Posted August 08, 2002 - 09:39 PM

#91

1997- DS80
1988- honda trx250x (quad)
2001- Polaris sportsman 500HO 4x4
2001- yzf426





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