Awsome XR650L Supermoto

Would like too. But it's a sign in site.

Why don't you guys just post the photos here? Both of those links require registration and I not going to do that. I'll bet that a large percentage of readers would not either. So either post a photo, a link that works, or forget about it.

Why don't you guys just post the photos here? Both of those links require registration and I not going to do that. I'll bet that a large percentage of readers would not either. So either post a photo, a link that works, or forget about it.

That link works fine. Also, it is hard to post photos here as opposed to pasteing a link for a photo....unlike SMJ.com...easy to post photos. Oh, and thats Kubiaks XR650l....he built it entirely himself, has a shop and is an awesome fabricator. I have the same set of forks going on my XR600R next week. I am un-tarding one of my XRs for winter and turning it into a desert bike.

That link works fine. Also, it is hard to post photos here as opposed to pasteing a link for a photo....unlike SMJ.com...easy to post photos. Oh, and thats Kubiaks XR650l....he built it entirely himself, has a shop and is an awesome fabricator. I have the same set of forks going on my XR600R next week. I am un-tarding one of my XRs for winter and turning it into a desert bike.

LINK DOES NOT WORK YOU NEED TO BE A MEMBER

I NOT JOINING TO LOOK AT YOUR PHOTO

I dont wanna have to join =(

That link works fine. Also, it is hard to post photos here as opposed to pasteing a link for a photo....unlike SMJ.com...easy to post photos. Oh, and thats Kubiaks XR650l....he built it entirely himself, has a shop and is an awesome fabricator. I have the same set of forks going on my XR600R next week. I am un-tarding one of my XRs for winter and turning it into a desert bike.

no, the link does not work...you are a member, and your login info is saved in your cache. The rest of us who are not members, can't see it.

I'm not registering on another site just to see some bike.

Thanks for trying to share though.

For future reference:

http://www.imagevenue.com

browse the pic file on your computer, click upload, copy and paste link for "clickable thumbnail"...POOF. Takes all of 5 seconds :worthy:

Now check out the first post! Pics are there. Sorry:excuseme:

holy shit!...that thing is badass!

but that guy is a fuggin cheater...havin' his own shop is what enabled him to bust that out :worthy:

"mad props" though...that thing looks SWEEET...I'd love to slide it around a bit :D

True, I am a member, thats why the link works huh? Cool. The only thing I don't like about the Kubesters bike is the weight of sportbike wheels on a SM. They are about 15lbs heavier per set than a quality set of spoked excells...It sure looks very sweet though.

True, I am a member, thats why the link works huh? Cool. The only thing I don't like about the Kubesters bike is the weight of sportbike wheels on a SM. They are about 15lbs heavier per set than a quality set of spoked excells...It sure looks very sweet though.

gotta agree with the weight... kubiak helped me converting some wheels on my 650r and after i was done i was kinda dissapointed by the weight of the wheels. made the bike feel more like a street bike rather then a dirtbike with good tires on it. i put like 1200 miles on them then sold them.

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