I was finally able to ride the bike that I bought several weeks back. I have noticed a couple of things: After riding for a while if you shut the bike down for a break, fuel starts running out of the carb over-flow line. I assume this may mean I need to adjust the floats? Also, when hot, it is somewhat difficult to re-start. I tried the normal routine of kicking it over several times with the compression release in, then bringing it to TDC and a little past again using the compress. Release, and then kciking it with all of my might. That worked half of the time. What I found was imminently easier was to kick it in rapid succession a total of 3 times. The key is to hold the compression release in for the first 2 kicks, and then release it at the top of the 3rd kick regardless of where TDC is.. This worked flawlessly. We went riding in Katy, TX. Specifically, we were riding behind the movie theater off of I-10 at 99/Grand Parkway. I don't know if the bike is uncorked yet or not. I know the spark arrestor has been removed, but I have not been able to inspect the air-box yet, nor the jetting. I do plan on checking these things this week. In the interim, my riding buddy just bought a Yamaha Raptor 660 just so we could ride together. He is already talking about racing.. Should I be worried? I have a Hot Cams stage 1 cam ready to go in. I also have a jetting kit, and am planning on purchasing an after market exhaust pretty soon. I will probably have the cylinder off this week to replace valve guide seals, piston & rings, and the cam. Anything else I can do while I am in there to boost performance? Laslty, does anyone know of any decent places to ride that are trail oriented? I have heard about Cross Creek, Cedar Creek, and Skull Creek-but I don't know where any of these places are.. Any ideas? Not interested in jumps, or an MX track, just some good trail riding that will keep me occupied for several hours. It would be even better if they were close to the Houston or surrounding areas... Thanks!