Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,763 members have voted

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

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1609
    • XR600R
      804
    • XL600
      187
    • Other XL/XR
      162

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That sucks. Somebody had beaten you there and took the L's. They took the real gold and left you those!!! Ha Ha Ha!

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That sucks. Somebody had beaten you there and took the L's. They took the real gold and left you those!!! Ha Ha Ha!

:bonk::naughty::D:bonk::p :p

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If only i could trade out my Race Ready, Baja 1000 Winning, Power Monster "R" for an over weight, under powered, air cooled "L".......

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That sucks. Somebody had beaten you there and took the L's. They took the real gold and left you those!!! Ha Ha Ha!

Haha! All 3 of the 650R's are CA plated!

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my new (to me) BRP

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just traded in my sportbike for her time to start getting dirty :naughty:

Did you by chance find this at Daytona Motorsports? If so, you beat me to it. :D

Just kidding, but seriously, if that is the one, Good luck, I hope it treats you well! Nice looking bike :bonk:

The search continues....

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How about a side shot of one of those R's with the white gas tank?:bonk:

IMS 3.x Tank - It was a 3.2 but expanded a little bit

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Clarke 4.3 Tank - bad shot, its my buddy's bike

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Left to Right IMS 4.6, Clarke 4.3, IMS 3.2

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The 4.6 feels porky while the other two are a little less.

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She's big, she's red, and she weighs 300 pounds! Doesn't like to jump much though... she squeals like a pig when airborne!

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She's big, she's red, and she weighs 300 pounds!.....

.................and she's extremely beautiful! :bonk:

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heres my porker. desmogged, dynojet kit, uni filter, recently relocated battery and electrics, crf rear fender, temp dipstick, baja designs taillight. just a little less heavy than stock!

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This was my 03 BRP in the early stages before some :bonk: hole stole it.

I now have a 06 with the same type Dakar DS kit, FMF Ti pipe, K&N filter, Acewell speedo, Renthal bars, SDG seat, Acerbis tank (too big, dont have it on around town), a few XR's Only bits, ect..

Hope to get some pics of my new bike once the :naughty: snow melts!

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well...hope i'm not too late to put mine...

here is the past and presant XRs of mine...

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overly done up XR400R

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during a 2 hr enduro race

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my 1st XR600R back in 2000

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my 2nd XR600R 3yrs later after i sold the 1st one

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supermoto it.

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last but not least...the current dead XR650L...this picture was taken on the return trip of a 420km ride...few hours before the engine blown...:)

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this is mine :bonk: an xr650r 2000 supermoto :D it's my first supermoto :ride: and i really adore my bike to be honest^^ Yeah Yeah that's OK you can call me a freak :busted:

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trailtech vapor is on it's way... :):D

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last one when i'm posing on my bike:applause:

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Cheers,

Geert

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Cool bike gaiiin. What front fender is that? What tires are you running?

Thanks:busted:

The front fender is a UFO universal supermoto fender. The tires i'm running are michelin pilots (honestly they are not road legal:banghead: , but they were on my rims when i bought them:excuseme: .. and now i'll use these before i put road legal tires)

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