Buy this to make your wr450 15lbs lighter

Indeed! Physical upgrades usually pay off at the end of a long ride/race. Congrats!

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00624766000P?adCell=A3

I've been using this for the past few weeks. It makes a HUGE difference is my ability to handle the bike and toss it from side to side.:thumbsup:

This is just as valuable as the suspension work I got done.

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00624766000P?adCell=A3

I've been using this for the past few weeks. It makes a HUGE difference is my ability to handle the bike and toss it from side to side.:thumbsup:

This is just as valuable as the suspension work I got done.

you couldnt be more right - i like the elliptical - i can really tell the difference on long rides - i feel better as the ride goes on.

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00624766000P?adCell=A3

I've been using this for the past few weeks. It makes a HUGE difference is my ability to handle the bike and toss it from side to side.:thumbsup:

This is just as valuable as the suspension work I got done.

what do you do to keep your weight down when you are injured????

Ha ha, got me, and you're excactly right.

what do you do to keep your weight down when you are injured????

Stop eating so much:p

Where does it bolt on to the bike? Does it give any increase in horsepower?

I totally agree as well. I've finally gotten back into going to the gym. It makes a huge improvement for me on the trail, since I am still learning how to ride efficiently. I need the extra strength and energy to expend throwing the bike around.

I have a 900km trail ride coming up next week so I'm trying to condition myself a bit for that. Can't wait.

+1 on the P90X.

Best damn workout program that you can do in a home.

Stop eating so much:p

When I’m injured, I start a regiment of sport eating.

Push-ups and dumbells:excuseme: pedal bikes:prof:

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00624766000P?adCell=A3

I've been using this for the past few weeks. It makes a HUGE difference is my ability to handle the bike and toss it from side to side.:thumbsup:

This is just as valuable as the suspension work I got done.

I still need to do a few mods to mine ie: ashtray and beer holder:bonk: :p:cry:

I couldn't agree more, I've been running around 15 miles a week and lifting weights too since Jan. It's made a HUGE difference in everything, not just riding. The guys I ride with are huffing and puffing when we stop and I'm not even winded. It's a nice change.......

I couldn't agree more, I've been running around 15 miles a week and lifting weights too since Jan. It's made a HUGE difference in everything, not just riding. The guys I ride with are huffing and puffing when we stop and I'm not even winded. It's a nice change.......

same here :thumbsup:

i try ride my bike peddle style :p for about 15-20km per day....

at least 4 times a week

in the winter.. its tough.. the sled helps :thumbsup:

cheers

Warts

I finish concrete for a living...always thought the WR felt light!!!

I finish concrete for a living...always thought the WR felt light!!!

I'm a bricklayer and I know what you mean. I HAVE started kind-of "power walking" on our treadmill. I could bearly get 2 miles a week ago and now I get to 3 with feeling very tired. The bike has never made me tired though. I've literally stayed on it for 2 hours straight averaging half throttle and felt fine when I got off. That was 50 pounds ago.

12oz curls after the ride are the best training exercise.

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