Lowest and highest time bikes

I just thought this might be kind of a fun thread to see how much some of us get to ride and how much some of us don't get to ride! We'll need to break it down by each year to be more fair I suppose. I'll start off with a bid for the lowest time bike- 06 YZ 450F with 16.3 hours on the meter.

My '06 might have less than that, but not much if it does. It was ridden twice prior to buying it in September, and has about 14 since.

The '03 I just sold was over 300, easy.

My 06' had 29 when i got it. and i put probably 50-60 on it in the 5 months that ive had it. :cool:

I bought my '07 in Oct. of '06 then got hurt. After I got realeased to ride this summer (too hot to ride here in Vegas) I have split riding time with my KX500. I've got 7hrs on the YZ. Since it's now snowmobile season, It'll stay that way until April or May.

I got my 2007 YZ450F with 25,1 hours on it. Now it has 26,3 hours on it.

I want to ride! :cool:

I finally put a hour meter on my 02 250f in March of last year. It shows 103hr since...No clue how much total time as I owned it a year befor that and I was the 2nd owner...

54hrs on a 06 YZ250f and 3hrs on a 08 YZ450-this # would be alot higher if the ground wasn't covered in snow the last month and a half.

I bought my '07 in Oct. of '06 then got hurt. After I got realeased to ride this summer (too hot to ride here in Vegas) I have split riding time with my KX500. I've got 7hrs on the YZ. Since it's now snowmobile season, It'll stay that way until April or May.

Hear ya there, my bike is parked as well in favor of the sled right now (03 Polaris Vertical Escape RMK 159")

240 hours on 06, 100 hours on 07

i dont know how many hours my old 250F had but it lived for six years of playing around and racing with only one change of rings and no known valve checks before the rod snapped in three places at one meeting and destroyed the engine. my new 08 450 has around 5 hours on it ide say

i'd say 60-70 or more on my 07

About 80 hours on my 02 426:ride:

Im riding 80 to 100 hours per year...I bought my 01 426 in 05....Its gotta have around 350 hours on it...

We had 23+ years on my old 1980 xr80, then the original clutch went out but the engine was still factory sealed. But we had a pair of 1964 honda trail 90's with probably a ridiculous amount of hours on the original engines. Honda can sure make a reliable putt-putt bike. Can't say that much for their motocrossers though

Oh, and probably near 400 hours on my 426. still original top end. I love yammies.

I win. 2002 YZ444F with 2 hours on it. I decided to gut it this winter and everything is new (crank, cylinder, ect, ect...) I even built a new set of wheels for it. :busted:

I win. 2002 YZ444F with 2 hours on it. I decided to gut it this winter and everything is new (crank, cylinder, ect, ect...) I even built a new set of wheels for it. :busted:

Cheater! :worthy:

Cheater! :worthy:

lol... So what did I win?......is it a new 450? :busted:

well lets see the highest time i have ever had on my 426, ok this one time me and my buddys were smoki.... wait oh you meant highest hrs on the bike oh i got it :busted:

'00 426, a little over 500hrs when I put away for the winter, basically stock engine, new piston and rings, (didn't need them), hinson clutch, thats about it except for a lot of maintenance. one of the most dependable dirt bikes I've owned. this will be its 9th year. Mike

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