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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Awesome bikes everyone :D - wish mine was clean enough for a good pic, but how about one the way it looks most of the time...:)

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... and last saturday she went all "gopher" on me :)

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... and last saturday she went all "gopher" on me :)

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///// You must have a narlly rear tire to dig a hole that size. :D

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Yep, that's Pittsfield State Forest in Mass. The foliage was actually peak, but it didn't photograph well. At least for me. :)

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Oh, Man -- you win, Max Power. :)

....yeah, nice bike, too.....

B.C. is suddenly at the top of my list of places I need to ride (I assume this is your "back yard"?).

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My 2001 R supermoto:

My sweetie pie

My mods to date:

Tires & Rims:

$940.00 - Excel Rims/ Z-Billet Hubs (F: 3.5x17", R: 4.25x17")

$220.00 - Michelin Pilot Sport (120-60x17, 150-60x17)

Performance

(equipped when purchased) Pro Circuit T4 complete exhaust, Uni Filter.)

Added:

$575.00 - GPR V2 Stabilizer w/Applied Racing billet upper triple clamp, risers & Applied Racing Pro Taper Bars

$25.00 - Moose 15 tooth sprocket

$392.00 - Edelbrock Quicksilver pumper carb

$85.00 - Pro Tekk Billet Fuel Cap w/ sight window & stubby 1-way vent

$53.00 - Russel Braided Front Brake Line # 193756

$220.00 - EBC 320mm rotor, bracket

$39.95 - XR's Only Oil Temp Dipstick

$25.00 - Stant 1.6 Radiator cap

$159.00 - DataTool RevLight Digital Tach

$13.00 - Denso 5310 Iridium plug

Street Legal

$540.00 - E-Line UFO Dual Sport Kit

$80.00 - Panoram Computer

$31.00 - Left side rear view mirror

$32.00 - Left mirror adapter

$30.00 - Honda NOS CB350 Ignition switch

Misc

$49.00 - Moose Handgaurds

Ya'll ride safe.

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Oh, Man -- you win, Max Power. :)

....yeah, nice bike, too.....

B.C. is suddenly at the top of my list of places I need to ride (I assume this is your "back yard"?).

That shot from the "front yard".

This is what the "back yard" looks like. :D

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