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Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,723 members have voted

  1. 1. Which of these bikes is your primary ride?

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1592
    • XR600R
      796
    • XL600
      185
    • Other XL/XR
      162

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Hey guy's

Let see your PIG's, I dont have much mods other than uncorked and street kit.

But I have a long wish list.

This pic is last weekend out on a ride near Midle River in New Brunswick.

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Denro

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Hey Biglung where did you get that web net for your rear fender?

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I got it at Chaparrel. Most shops have them and really cheap $5-6. It's a life saver when I pull the sleeves off my jacket on the trail.

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Keith, that tank makes your bike the biggest BRP known to mankind!

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I know!!!!...great benefit when on road.....went out yesterday for a 4 hour road ride through the mountains,did 301kms and still haven`t gone onto reserve!!...still testing for mileage....actually works quite well when coming down the mountains off road through the forests ...you have something to squeeze with your knees to stop you sliding forward too much!!!....also very reassuring when deep into the mountains for range....don`t know how I did without it before :)

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KeithBoyd

I know the bars is top on my wish list just above a larger thank and chest protector :))

As per what I see on other treads CR High bend is the choice.

By the way there are some nice looking machines in here.

Denro

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here you go.........................

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