Getting a Tag for WR Dual Sport Conversion
Posted March 13, 2001 - 08:52 AM
Posted March 13, 2001 - 01:06 PM
In Colorado I needed the bill of sale stating it was sold for off road use only, a verification of VIN (done at an emissions test center), and signed a paper that certified I added a list of things that make it legal. In some states may have to get it inspected to insure that you actually made the changes on the list.
Posted March 14, 2001 - 09:22 AM
Posted March 14, 2001 - 11:57 AM
There were three options in Colorado, bill of sale, MSO or something else. My finance company has the MSO so I provided the bill of sale.
Posted March 14, 2001 - 01:23 PM
Posted March 15, 2001 - 07:44 PM
JamesD, that's a good idea. I could take the bill of sale and say there is a lein against the bike, so no title.
If that fails, I can go get an old XT and use the tag off of it
Posted March 16, 2001 - 05:42 AM
Posted March 16, 2001 - 04:42 PM
Do a search for SETRA and see if you can't find somebody from GA who rides enduro's who has their dirtbike plated... better yet... look up the enduro schedule for GA and GO to the next enduro to check it out... take your bike.... ask questions in the pits... tell them you are a rookie and need a little help.
After that is done... you can probably go ride the first 20 miles of the trail and turn back (that is AFTER all the riders have left).
Good luck, it can't be that hard.
Posted March 16, 2001 - 07:13 PM
DeBarker, last year I did attend a "dual sport" enduro of sorts. There's a place up in the N. Ga mountains call TWO (two wheels only) I was talking with a group of guys that came up for some trail riding. I saw 4 guys go over to their street bikes, pluck the tags, and paste them on their dirt bikes.
Hmmm, I do have a CBR. If the officer asks "Your tank says Yamaha, why is this tag registered to a Honda?" I could respond, "Uuuhh, that's right, they've merged corporations, this is the first Yamahonda :D" Sorry, I couldn't resist