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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how the hell do I post a pic? :)

First the picture has to be on the internet. Like your web page or in a free picture site like photo bucket.

Then when you are writing a post you will see in the tool bar above the text box a tool of a yellow picture with a mountain in it. Put the address in the box that pops up after you push it.

Address would look like this:

http://www.borynack.com/Bruce/Pictures/images/Picture%2010.jpg

If he would have put it in the photo tool it would have been like this.

Picture%2010.jpg

You have to setup you control panel to see pictures on the forum. Go to user control --> Edit Options <-- clicking Here.

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I'm new to the forums....just now trying to get back into riding after about an 18 month break.

Anyway, here's a few pics of me on my 01 BRP on the Mammoth Bar MX track here in California.

http://208.186.113.5./dave/davemx1.jpg

http://208.186.113.5./dave/davemx2.jpg

http://208.186.113.5./dave/davemx5.jpg

http://208.186.113.5./dave/davemx10.jpg

I've got the uncork kit, White Bro's E-Series pipe, removed the headlight and that's pretty much it. Oh, went one tooth down on the CS sprocket. Other than that stock.

Another Random pic

http://208.186.113.5./dave/xr650_1.jpg

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hey...you could have washed her before taking her picture for all the world to see!!!...poor BRP.... :)

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Picked it up 4 days ago. New 2005 with a title.

IMG_2152.jpg

Check your bearings

IMG_2162.jpg

Where do you get kit bikes?

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Hey Salty, Did you ride thru the water in front of ya in the first pic......

Didn't see a way out........... :)

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Hey Salty, Did you ride thru the water in front of ya in the first pic......

Didn't see a way out........... :)

Yup, through the water. Not as bad as it looks. Only 1.5' deep. Those tubes go under a major highway (495).

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Here is mine, from a recent dual sport ride, the Sheetiron 300.

Pigs can swim!!

http://usera.imagecave.com/desmo/sheetiron2005/IMG_6513.JPG

yes it fell over and started floating down the stream!

Fortunately I was mindful to kill the engine when it was dropping.

We had to empty the airbox & the floatbowl to get it started. they were full of water.

Anyone got a new fork tube for me? I low sided into the rear wheel of a car on a dirt road, not this photo. The car was way on my side of the road. I rode the rest of the trip anyway, with a sprained hand.

http://usera.imagecave.com/desmo/sheetiron2005/IMG_6507.JPG

here are the rest of the photos

http://usera.imagecave.com/desmo/sheetiron2005/

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