Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,776 members have voted

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

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1616
    • XR600R
      808
    • XL600
      188
    • Other XL/XR
      162

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Beginer level race.

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Sand got into the engine before race, at low and after middle rpms it stalled, but it could idle and go high rpms ok

Strange that it still started and worked after eating so much. Not like it used to, but at least she was moving ))

Other than that, I think I need to learn how to ride  :D

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Just sold my 2007 kx450f and picked up a 1989 xr600r that's dual sported :) went for a ride on the way back from picking it up. It's good to be back on what I grew up on XR'S :) feel at home on it already! 

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Just sold my 2007 kx450f and picked up a 1989 xr600r that's dual sported :) went for a ride on the way back from picking it up. It's good to be back on what I grew up on XR'S :) feel at home on it already! 

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Here an updated pic of my XR6 right before I bashed her up good riding

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Geez, its been a while since I've been on here, especially since my profile still has me residing in Texas. I've since moved to Oregon to be closer to family. (and yes, I have updated my profile now!) Im asking 5500 OBO. Feedback on my asking price would not be ignored.

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BEFORE.jpg

 

Here an updated pic of my XR6 right before I bashed her up good riding

what do you know about the frame guards ?  nice looking bike  or was  LOL

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G'day All, Heres a few pix of my toy, 97 model with a few goodies http://xr4.jpghttp://xr3.jpghttp://xr2.jpghttp://xr1.jpg

 

What size is your back tyre? It looks massive compared to mine on my 96

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Back together again

 

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Who makes that lift and where did you get it?  Oh and your bike looks Tight!

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