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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hey guys, I know I havn't posted much, but I didn't have a photobucket acount until recently. Here is my recently rebuilt 95 XR600R. I bought it in Aug and finished it last weekend.

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03 650L fork brace, TrailTech, desmogged.

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Here is what it looks like now.

CRF450R front end, Acerbis 5.8 tank, Acerbis Pro Rally hand guards, Ram mount, Daytona Digital Oil Therometer. SS brake lines.

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And always get your piggy on.:lol:

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Here is what it looks like now.

CRF450R front end, Acerbis 5.8 tank, Acerbis Pro Rally hand guards, Ram mount, Daytona Digital Oil Therometer. SS brake lines.

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And always get your piggy on.:lol:

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SWEET looking bike, why not a nice aftermarket exhaust? Really opens em up, and looks great to boot!

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heres my bigger one

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but my xr650l def handles better in this area

With all those stickers you'll never have to paint it. :lol:

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HELLFIRE! DOOM! Here is my '99! A tribute to all that is METAL! (wish I painted that yellow sping!!!)

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Hi everyone!!! Since My

"2002 ICE CLEAN HONDA XR650R" has sponsor stikers on it, I am unable to show anyone a photo of it on this GREAT !!! Forum.

But you can see it at Fun Bike Center in San Diego, CA for Photo/Video opportunities.

Many people are setting up vacations to come to San Diego to ride Motorcycles in the Desert or Baja and stop in at Fun Bike Center to see this bike that has an appraised value of $1.73 Million US Dollars for it's unique history of Baja Racing

post the pics "todd"...

put up or...

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post the pics "todd"...

put up or...

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:banghead:

Does that bike even see the dirt? :busted: Or is it just a POSER! :lol:

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OH... I guess it is sitting on the dirt! :lol:

:worthy:

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Does that bike even see the dirt? :banghead: Or is it just a POSER! :busted:

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OH... I guess it is sitting on the dirt! :lol:

:worthy:

KENZO's been showing his Pig so much I feel like I am at a Livestock Auction:busted:

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not mine but i thought this would get everybody's attention :worthy:

XR1500R goldwing

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...a little help for my Filipino friend. :banghead::lol:

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