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  1. I'd have metal plates and screws in my lower legs if I had ridden w/o good boots. You'll get used to them and in time, will feel nekked w/o them.
  2. 100k or so means you get to patrol Seattle, but afford to live in Yakima. Greater Seattle is so 'spendy!
  3. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (March 23, 2017) – American Flat Track continues its southeast swing, heading north for the Atlanta Short Track presented by Indian Motorcycle on Saturday, March 25. The best flat track racers in the world will take to the Georgia clay on the 3/8-mile Dixie Speedway in Woodstock in another all-new event. The battle for the AFT Twins presented by Vance & Hines title resumes at round two between rivals Jared Mees (No. 9 Indian Motorcycle Rogers Racing Scout FTR750) and Bryan Smith (No. 1 Indian Motorcycle Racing backed by Allstate Scout FTR750). Mees fired the first shot at the historic season opener at the Harley-Davidson DAYTONA TT presented by Politis & Matovina and goes into the Atlanta Short Track presented by Indian Motorcycle hopeful to carry his winning momentum. If the three-time Grand National Champion can pull off back-to-back victories, he will not only keep his points advantage rolling, he will score his first Short Track win, the final victory he needs to complete the coveted dirt track Grand Slam. “I’m excited to race at a new venue,” said Mees, who gave Indian Motorcycle its first major victory in nearly six decades at Daytona. “I seem to like the unexpected because the team and I can adapt well. I have some laps on the track from last year testing on the Indian so I can at least start with a base line. Winning that opening round was huge for me because I seem to do well once I build momentum and I have never won a race early in the season, let alone round one. I'm looking forward to Atlanta because it's the only short track on the circuit and now with winning the TT it would be nice to complete the Grand Slam with that Short Track win. If it doesn't happen this weekend, it will have to be next year as there is only one Short Track this season.” Smith is also looking forward to Atlanta and the new era of Twins on a Short Track, as the defending champ struggled to find a comfort zone on the 450cc single-cylinder motorcycles used on Short Tracks and TTs in the past. Having scored a runner-up result at the DAYTONA TT on a twin-cylinder machine, the Michigan native was happy to leave Daytona trailing Mees by just five points and looks to close that gap at Dixie Speedway. “I’m looking forward to getting back to winning,” Smith said. “People have always looked at me and said, ‘that Smith guy struggles on the Short Tracks,’ but actually I’ve won on a Short Track before. I’ve just struggled on the 450 Motocross bikes, never liked the feel of them. Now that we’re racing on Twins, I like my odds.” Brad Baker (No. 6 Indian Motorcycle Racing backed by Allstate Scout FTR750) plans to return to action in Atlanta after being sidelined from a Heat race crash at the season opener. Pending medical clearance to resume racing, the return of the 2013 Grand National Champion will give the Indian “Wrecking Crew” a three-rider threat in Georgia. After a rough start at Daytona, Harley-Davidson’s Factory Team will be looking to rebound. Jake Johnson (No. 5 Harley-Davidson Factory Flat Track Team XG750R) had the squad’s best finish, placing fifth in the opener. Johnson is part of a three-rider Factory effort, competing alongside fellow Grand National Champion Kenny Coolbeth Jr. (No. 2 Harley-Davidson Factory Flat Track Team XG750R) and up-and-coming star Brandon Robinson (No. 44 Harley-Davidson Factory Flat Track Team XG750R). Sitting third in the standings is TT specialist Henry Wiles (No. 17 DOC Racing Kawasaki Ninja 650). Although Wiles is mostly known for his dominance on the TTs, the Michigan-native is no slouch on the Short Tracks, as evidenced by his Grand National Championship Singles title from 2010. With a new team for 2017, Wiles brings a lot of confidence into the new era of American Flat Track and looks to spoil the factory teams’ party. Completing the top-five in the AFT Twins presented by Vance & Hines class are Johnson and Bronson Bauman (No. 37 Rod Lake Kawasaki Ninja 650). AFT Singles Like Mees, Dalton Gauthier (No. 22 Estenson Racing Yamaha YZ450F) got his title run in the AFT Singles class off to a good start in Daytona, winning on a sensational pass in the final turn heading to the checkered flag. As one of the sport’s top up-and-coming riders, Gauthier looks to carry that momentum into Atlanta. Sitting second in the points is Wyatt Anderson (No. 120 Waters Autobody Racing KTM 450 SX-F) followed by Kolby Carlile (No. 36 K.C. Cycle Honda CRF450R). Rounding out the top five in the AFT Singles standings are Jesse Janisch (No. 132 West Bend Harley Honda CRF450R) and Brit Oliver Brindley (No. 124 Kawasaki UK KX450F). Event Entertainment provided by AFT Events In addition to the action on the racetrack, there are a host of off-track festivities during and leading up to Saturday’s event. Bike nights sponsored by Steel Horse Law will feature display bikes and ticket giveaways throughout the region. On race day, starting at 2:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. PT), fun for all ages will begin at the Strider Adventure Zone, and there will be live bands and an "Old Time Flat Track Racers Reunion" & Vintage Dirt Tracker Race Bike Exhibit in the vendor area. There will also be BMX exhibitions by the Freestyle Connection BMX Stunt Team taking place throughout the day. Headlining the Atlanta Short Track presented by Indian Motorcycle and serving the Grand Marshall will be motorcycle racing legend David Aldana, heralding the sport’s return to the Peach State for the first time since 1974. Saturday’s on-track action begins with the AFT Twins presented by Vance & Hines and AFT Singles practice at 2:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. PT). Opening Ceremonies will commence the evening’s racing activities at 6:00 p.m. ET (3:00 p.m. PT). Tickets for the Atlanta Short Track presented by Indian Motorcycle are now on sale and start at just $30. Kids 12 and under are free, and a special military discount of 50% off is also available as a thank to you to our American heroes. Don’t miss the chance to catch the next edition of the Great American battle between Harley-Davidson and Indian Motorcycle. To purchase tickets, please visit High-definition, live streaming coverage of every minute of the action from the Atlanta Short Track presented by Indian Motorcycle can be viewed on at Television broadcast coverage of every American Flat Track round will air in a series of one-hour primetime telecasts on NBCSN beginning in July. The complete NBCSN schedule will be announced in the near future. Fans can also keep up-to-date with race day action by following American Flat Track on Facebook (American Flat Track), Twitter (@AmericanFlatTrk) and Instagram (@AmericanFlatTrack). Source: American Flat Track
  4. Find what you love to do, then ruin it by making it your job. Unless you're going to get a formal ed so you can work in a specific field, got job, spend the next couple of years learning all you can, then if you still like it, set up shop and compete. Of course, this isn't feasible for all types of jobs, but it is for plenty. I'm a fan of creating your job, not convincing someone to let you have one.
  5. I use the claw on my bike and mountain bike, but mounted a 1" ball to my Jeep dash with a 4" arm. I've put thousands of miles on the system without a rubber band and my phone is still with me. But, I think it helps that my rubberized phone cases really sticks to the rubber ends of the x mount.
  6. I use a RAM X mount for my Samsung Galaxy S6. Zero complaints on or off-road. I love being able to move it from my bike to my Jeep to my mountain bike. Hard to beat the flexibility of their system. No rubber band used.
  7. Acerbis X-Move 2.0 Boots

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    Designed in Italy, the X-Move 2.0 boot is built with top grain leather and offers maximum support and comfort right out of the box. With features like a reinforced steel toe box, a leather upper, a vulcanized rubber gaiter to keep the elements out, 4 aluminum buckles with a quick release/locking system, and a leather heat resistant panel on the upper/inner section of the boot, the X-Move 2.0 boot is the top choice for any serious racer. Reinforced steel toe. Leather upper. Customized vulcanized rubber gaiter. 4 new aluminum buckles with memory and a quick release/locking system. Leather inserts with excellent resistance to heat. CERTIFIED EN13634.
  8. Solid Four Rider Lin-Up Set for Exciting 2017 FIM Enduro World Championship Campaign March 23, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Ahead of this weekend’s season-opening EnduroGP event in Finland, Husqvarna Motorcycles are pleased to share the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing EnduroGP preview video. Fielding a four-rider squad across two classes, the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team are geared up for what is expected to be a hugely challenging series opener. As the championship’s only ‘spiked tyre’ event, the Finnish winter enduro will sees team riders complete 19 hours of racing and a total of 26 special tests. Frenchmen Mathias Bellino and enduro newcomer Christophe Charlier will spearhead Husqvarna’s EnduroGP class effort. Bellino returns to TE 300 2-stroke machinery, with Charlier campaigning on Husqvarna’s FE 350 4-stroke. Danny McCanney also makes the switch to 2-stroke machinery for his Enduro 2 class campaign, competing aboard a TE 250. Racing alongside him on an FE 250 4-stroke is Pascal Rauchenecker. The nine-round 2017 FIM Enduro World Championship begins this weekend in Finland before visiting Spain, Italy, Hungary, Slovakia, Portugal, Great Britain, Argentina, ending in Germany in October. Husqvarna Motorcycles. Tradition on two wheels since 1903. Husqvarna Motorcycles are widely known and respected in the off-road world for a heritage of competition and numerous motocross and enduro world championships. Originally founded in Sweden in 1903, Husqvarna Motorcycles have been designed and manufactured in Mattighofen, Austria since 2013. Rockstar Energy Drink Rockstar Energy Drink is designed for those who lead active lifestyles – from Athletes to Rockstars. Available in over 20 flavors at convenience and grocery outlets in over 30 countries, Rockstar supports the Rockstar lifestyle across the globe through Action Sports, Motor Sports, and Live Music. For more information visit: Source: Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH
  9. No idea. As you can see, when I login as you, no issues. I'd logout, delete your cookies, and log back in. TS is only viewable to those logged in and since I can login as you, corrupt login cookies on your device seem like the most logical reason.
  10. Nope, I can't change your ad from "for sale" to "WTB" without removing it. When you create an ad, you set the ad "type".
  11. Seems like this is what you're looking for. Also, you selected "for sale" not "wanted" for your ad. I'll see if I can fix.
  12. The Daytona Amateur Supercross continues to evolve into one of the elite events in American Amateur motocross, and the family of Race Tech Rippers once again showcased exceptional results. Check out a handful of the featured stars choosing Race Tech Gold Valves from Daytona including Diesel Thomas, Jamie Adams, Tyler Cole, Aiden Dickens, Mason Tucker, Emile Lacher, and Caleb Carter. Video by MotoChasin For more information about Race Tech’s products, seminars and rider support program, please visit or call our friendly sales staff at: (951)279-6655. To apply for Race Tech Rider Support, click here. For nearly 30 years Race Tech has been producing the highest quality suspension components and tools; including Gold Valves, for most types of motorcycles and ATVs, to distribute worldwide. Check out our website at: Like Race Tech on Facebook Follow @RaceTechSuspen on Twitter
  13. Not sure if he's carrying anything outside euro model stuff though.
  14. 2013 Triumph Tiger 800XC

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    Selling my loved 2013 Triumph Tiger 800XC ABS in matte green (arguably the best color for this bike). Like many, had dreams of traveling on it, but life got in the way. So, want to go back to smaller, more dirt oriented dual sport for local riding. It's never been down, adult owned, and maintained with an open checkbook, not that's it's needed much. It only has 3,796 original miles. In terms of condition, it's a 9.5 out of 10. It really looks as new and as close as you'll find with anything that's been ridden. So, no disappointments, especially when a new one STARTS at $13,900. Any mods? Some, all tasteful, all quality, and they enhance the bike. Nothing overdone or "cheesy". Here's the list: > Altrider Crashbars $385.97 > Kaoko Cruise Control $132.00 > Fastway Billet Adventure Footpegs $249.95 > Uni Pre-filter $43.00 > BMG High Performance Lifetime Airfilter $75.00 > Yoshiumura RS3 Slip-on with carbon fiber end-cap $539.00 > Factory Triumph Performance ECU Map $50.00 > Vortex Racing Billet Shorty Clutch/Brake Levers $84.95 each. >Madstad Engineering windscreen w/ off-road bracing $279.95 & $39.95 > Two sets of tires (original Pirelli Scorpion Trial and Continental TKC80s (what's on it)) > R&G Racing swingarm spools w/ Bikemaster paddock lift stand $26.95/$89.95 > RoxSpeedFX 2" handlebar risers $89.00 We're talking over $2,300 of add ons, all with very little mileage on them. All stock parts removed have been retained and go with the bike, including 2 keys, owner's manual, and Triumph tool kit. Also included is the original Pirelli Scorpion Trail tires (lots of rubber left)) and a Bikemaster paddock stand for getting the rear wheel off the ground; great for maintenance. Clean Florida title in hand.