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  1. HELLO EVERYBODY, I FIGURED I'D START A THREAD ABOUT MY PERSONAL BETA 500 RR-S, AS WELL AS MY WIFES BETA 125RR-S: I HAVE BEEN POSTING ON OTHER PEOPLES THREAD GIVING MY OPINIONS AND THOUGHTS ON THIS BIKE SO HERES ONE ABOUT MY EXPERIENCES WITH IT. I'M FROM LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA, AS OF RIGHT NOW, I'M 41 YRS OLD, I'M IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY; FIRST AS THE KID THAT RAN AROUND HELPING THEN AS A SKILLED LABORER, THEN A FOREMAN AND SUPERINTENDENT, I WENT TO ARCHITECTS SCHOOL TO BE TRAINED TO BECOME A BLUEPRINT DRAFTSMAN, AND NOW ALSO REAL ESTATE SALES AGENT, BUT I STILL FEEL THAT IM JUST A GLORIFIED DITCH DIGGER, BECAUSE I LOVE A CHALLENGE AND HARD WORK. I GREW UP RIDING BMX SINCE I WAS 3, MY FIRST BIKE WAS SOME RACY RABBIT BIKE, THEN A HARO FST, A HARO MASTER, SE QUADANGLE, BOSS XXL, ALLIANT BILLET 24", AND NOW I STILL RIDE BMX FREESTYLE WITH A SUBROSA PANDORA DTT. AND MX SINCE I WAS ABOUT 10 ON A 79 YZ80, THEN A 88 KX80 BIG WHEEL, KX 125, A COUPLE OF CR250'S, AND THEN A 2003 CRF450R. IN 2005 I SUFFERED THROUGH A MAJOR INJURY, AND SUBSEQUENT SURGERIES TO HELP ME WALK AGAIN, SO I BASICALLY QUIT RIDING DIRTBIKES UNTILL 2017 THROUGHOUT THIS TIME I FOUGHT THRU 28 SURGERIES ON MY FEET AND ANKLES, BUT I CONTINUED TO SCUBA DIVE AND SURF, AS THE OCEAN WAS REALLY GOOD FOR ME TO HEAL, THE PACIFIC IS LIKE A REALLY NICE COLD EPSOM SALT BATH FOR MY ENTIRE BODY, THEN EVENTUALLY I STARTED TO RIDE BICYCLES AND DO SOME HIKING, AND WEIGHT TRAINING, AND STRETCHING. FOR MY 41ST BIRTHDAY I MAXED OUT ON BENCH 255 POUNDS FOR 5 REPS AND DID WHAT WAS IN THE PIC BY MYSELF, AND SQUATED THAT 100 POUNDS FOR 100 REPS THEY ALMOST CHOPPED OFF MY FOOT AND TOLD ME I'D NEVER WALK WITHOUT CRUTCHES, BUT GOD IS GOOD, AND SO NOW I COUNT MY BLESSINGS. THERE IS NO WHERE TO RIDE DIRTBIKES AROUND HERE IN MY HOMETOWN SO I NEEDED SOMETHING WITH A PLATE. SO I GOT MY 500 RR-S ON VALENTINES DAY 2017, HENCE THE NAME VALENTINA, I GOT HER FROM MOUNTAIN MOTORSPORTS IN ONTARIO FOR WHAT I BELIEVE IS A VERY GOOD PRICE. FIRST I'M GONNA DO SOME COPY AND PASTING OF SOME PAST POSTS
  2. I was wondering what would be the best trails for an amateur dirt bike rider? Trails with variety like tight trails, climbs, rocky, enduro stuff. Not just a straight wide line the whole time you know? Give me some options.
  3. Hey everyone! I've been riding dirt for 26 years, but have never had actual "professional" instruction. Going to turn 39 this fall and getting ready to do my first enduro, hare scramble format. It will be at my local track I frequent often. Yesterday, I was there ripping around trying to pickup speed and ride faster. Here's me doing my best around the single track. Where can I improve? I know my biggest downfall is not carrying speed thru my corners. What am I doing wrong? Thanks for the replies in advance!
  4. Is where a way i can wire something up to put a lightbar on my 2004 crf450r without spending big bucks? Has anyone done it? How did it come out?
  5. For anyone that wants to learn nose wheelies here ya go, please share if you enjoy the series! I have 6 episodes so far and plan on doing lots more hopefully covering a little something for everyone!
  6. Here's a foorum for all of your videos about dirtbikes you would like to share!
  7. https://www.redbull.tv/live/AP-1QVQDZUF91W11/red-bull-hare-scramble
  8. Hey Everyone, I just wanted to give everyone an update on how the Alta Redshift MX did at the RMEC Hard Rock Enduro in Colorado. Don was able to get a 2nd place finish (would have been first if not for a flat rear tire) in the A 50 + class and 17th overall. The bike was absolutely amazing on the technical rocky terrain. Race Info: 6 laps that averaged 23 minutes per lap a little over 2 hours of actual racing time Don was able to sneak in about 35-40 minutes of charging total using a 220v generator. Raced the entire race in Map 1 on the Alta The Alta does require a little more strategy for Longer format Enduro racing, but it is very competitive against gas bikes! Here is the link to the YouTube video of the race from Don's helmet cam.
  9. Ok so we have a thread in Northwest that is for helmet cam vids, well lots of mine are shot with my mobile, so sort of rules that out, also we have Short Attention Span Theatre, but those are 45 seconds max. Here in the Pics and Vid section there is a thread on Technical Trails, but the Secret Training Ground has lots of technical bits, these climbs are semi-technical. The more we ride them, the easier they get. There are also lots of short, technical spots generally steep with roots but those are all short sections. I will post up vids from the Secret Training Ground. If you have some Secret location vids, post em up, but it has to be a secret location. No telling where you're at. Backstory here... we keep making little climbs that are more difficult than the last one. First Hill, No Way, Rock Face, then OhEmEffGee, each time we're thinking man, not sure we'll get up it, then after wearing it down a bit we start to make it up on a regular basis. Cheers. Latest- hot off the press from the last 3-4 weeks. Rock Face Revisited bit is from last weekend. Super muddy slick (not as slick as wet clay though)... https://youtu.be/ZldYXmPAy9E
  10. Hello, For this summer, I was looking for a project. As a desert/trial, and occasionally single track rider from Southern California, any time of the year works for a build like this. I grew up riding two-stroke and after a couple years on four strokes, I want to return to the enduro king. However, KTM and Husky sell their bikes for quite a high price tag. So, I have decided I want to take an older two stroke motocross bike i.e. cr250, yz250, etc., and make it the ultimate desert bike for significantly less than a new KTM. I am not loyal to one brand, but I have always loved Honda and spent a grand a month ago on all new gear with Honda's name plastered all over it. I know all the mods I want to do the bikes to make them enduro/desert ready: heavy flywheel, 18 inch rear wheel, new exhaust, steering stabilizer, etc. What I need help in is I don't know what bikes I can install a wide ratio transmission in. I know yz250 can take a 400 or 426 transmission, but can any other brand? I would like to see a cr250 with the gears of a 450x rippin through the desert. I like the steel frame for off road use, and I just need some advice on the best bike for this conversion. Thanks
  11. So here is my conundrum - I have wired up my own harness for my enduro package as I did not like the Tusk version with lots of things I did not want or need. I've wired three different bikes and can read the wiring diagrams fine - even designed/built my own 12V harness with capacitor for my 1970 CT70. Back to the issue - everything works with the exception of my 12V aftermarket horn. I tagged off the blue wire for the headlight (headlight works fine) and sent it to the horn button and then to the horn and then grounded back to the wiring harness. When I press the horn button the light dims and the horn barely sounds - meeeep meeeep. I checked the voltage draw and its only like 1.7V to the horn. Just awful and wont pass DMV to get my street license plate. So I put on my thinking cap and drew on my experience with my CT70 (solid state with a capacitor instead of a battery) and I think the absence of a battery is likely the culprit on my XR400 as it typically evens out the voltage draw on the system (similar to the battery) to provide power to all components. So my question is what if I put a 0-25V 22,000uF capacitor (like I used on my CT70) on the White/Yellow wire coming out of the AC regulator that eventually ties into the BLUE wire that feeds the headlight, horn and rear running taillight? Would that provide the stabilization for the voltage draws when I use all of my accessories? Thanks for any help.
  12. There's a reason the Los Ancianos Tecate Enduro sells out of entries in 20 hours, it's an incredible event! Everyone wants to race this event and many are left out because they lag a few minutes when entries open. Don't let that happen! Here's your chance to have a GUARANTEED ENTRY and also a BIKE TO RACE! Fly in, race an awesome event, fly home! Not only do you get to race Tecate, EVERY PENNY goes to support JUSTIN MORGANs 2017 France ISDE effort! SPREAD THE WORD! Post this link on your FBook, on other message boards, here on TTalk! http://www.ebay.com/itm/122535568489?ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
  13. New Enduro and Trials club in Birmingham Alabama. Skytoucher Enduro and Trials Www.Enduroearth.com I am the land owner and trail builder. You guys can contact me by phone if you're interested. We will also be available for camping for Barber Vintage festival this year (october). if anyone wants to ride in from out of town. Thanks. Ride forever.
  14. Well have just run a desert race and my favourite single trail bush tracks , one ride a piece and are completely sold on the tubliss system. Over rocks, wet logs, nothing seems to phase it. I am an older rider on a WR450 and straight up am able to get through the bush considerably faster. Need to do more testing because in the desert it started to feel vague above 90mph, suspension settings seemed to help but I think higher front pressures would have helped, still early days. Bottom line, better than tubes. No idea against Mousse, never used them. Will update as I stuff around with them
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    PRICE DROP For sale is my 2015 Beta 350RR. 2734 miles and 120 hours. Just had some top end work done by Sierra BMW and BETA. Fresh air filter and oil. This is an awesome dual sport bike. Or you can strip the lights and turn signals and have a single track weapon, your choice. This bike will do it all. Unfortunately, I've been riding my 2 stroke lately and don't have room or the time to maintain 2 bikes. My loss is your gain! Front tire only has a few rides on it, the rear needs to be changed. Beta's are super reliable and amazing machines that rival KTM and Husky! -Forks revalved by LT-Racing for 210# rider w/gear -Mylers oversized radiators and bulletproof radiator guards -Folding ARC clutch and brake levers (I have the stock levers as well) -3.1 gallon tank. (I also have the stock tank) -Seat concepts dual sport seat (also includes the stock seat with guts foam and motoseat seat cover) -FMF powercore 4 with silent core/spark arrestor. I've got the stock spark arrestor as well. Racing compliant! -Boano racing billet brake pedal with brake tip -FJ Fasst co. brake clevis -Billet chain blocks -upgraded steel oil pump gears- the plastic stock ones are prone to failure -Force accessories case saver -TMD skid plate (not pictured but will be on the bike) Extras: Acerbis X-factor handguards a few spare plastics pieces key switch with plug and play wiring extra tubes and rimlocks Printed and bound owners manual and service manual 10mm billet bar risers It's a dirt bike so it has some cosmetic damage. Some chipped plastic and scratches on the swingarm. Can send more pictures/info upon request

    $6,199.00

  16. Hey Everyone, I wanted to give everyone a quick heads up on a demo day that we are setting up in conjunction with the Benduro. I have included the info for the event below: Join us on June 4th, 2017 for the Benduro - Full Sprint Fundraiser for Rick Emerson! This fun-filled event features four classes with trophies for first, second, and third. Racers and spectators will be eligible for door prizes donated by local motorcycle shops. 9:00 am Riders meeting and Parade Lap 10:00 am Race Starts 12:00 pm BBQ with free beer donated by Berthoud Brewing Co 2:00 pm Awards and door prizes Elite Motorsports and the crew from Alta Motors will be onsite running demos of the Amazing new Redshift MX electric motorcycle. Bring your gear for a chance to experience the Future of Fast! Demo rides begin at 1:00 pm and end when everyone that is interested gets a chance to ride. You will be able to ride the bike on the enduro course so you should be able to get a good test for the capabilities of this amazing bike! This is way more than a race, this will be an all out party! Spectators are encouraged to cheer on the riders, enjoy the BBQ/beer, and have an amazing time! All proceeds from the first ever Benduro - Full Sprint Fundraiser for Rick Emerson will go to Rick Emerson's 2017 Inside ISDE France 2017 effort. Rick will be representing Team USA!! If you have any questions please feel free to contact us or visit: www.benduro.weebly.com Racers need to be registered by May 30, 2017, and registrations are limited....SO SIGN UP NOW!! You do not need to race to be able to enjoy the festivities and ride the Alta. Please sign up on the website if you are interested in demoing the Alta, pre-registration (as a spectator $15) gets you food, beer, and a ticket to ride the Alta. Please let us know if you are interested in joining us for this event. Scott Elite Motorsports 970-461-1022
  17. So my mate called and said, I'm fed up with riding road bikes, especially with all the new speeding laws in England now, lets sell our road bikes and buy dirt bikes. So I said, yeah, ok and without doing anywhere near enough research or knowing which discipline I wanted to get into I sold my fireblade and bought a CRF250R. Fast forward 6 weeks and armed with 2 MX practice days and 2 enduro days experience, and a ton of reading about dirt bikes, I have realized that enduro is more my bag and I've probably bought the wrong bike. My decision now is, do I make my Honda trail friendly by doing mods like a G2 throttle tamer, heavier flywheel, bark busters etc orrr, do I sell it and buy an enduro. I've already decided that I'd probably go for a 2 stroke if I did go down the enduro route as I'd be happier to work on it myself in the garage. My budget isn't massive, maybe 2600. I've been looking at the KTM 250 exc. Any thoughts or advice is welcomed.
  18. Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Rider Tops Podium in Belo Horizonte May 21, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – With the four-day event cut short after day two due to environmental concerns beyond the event organisers’ control, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Graham Jarvis has been declared the winner of the 2017 edition of Minas Riders having ended day two as the overall leader. Jarvis entered the second edition of the Brazilian race determined to start things off with a victory. Ending a rain-soaked prologue as runner-up, he then went on the attack when the race entered the mountains for the first off-road day. Pushing hard throughout the five-hour plus opening day of hard enduro racing, the Husqvarna rider claimed a three-minute margin of victory to establish an early lead. Maintaining his position at the head of the field with second on day one, Jarvis was holding a two-minute buffer over his nearest rival Cody Webb as the race entered its second half. But with days three and four cancelled, Jarvis unexpectedly found himself as the early winner of the 2017 edition of the Brazilian Hard Enduro Rally. With victory in Brazil, the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider now looks to add one more victory to his 2017 campaign at Austria’s ErzbergRodeo in June. Final Classification — Red Bull Minas Riders 2017 1. Graham Jarvis (Husqvarna) 5:46:47 2. Cody Webb (KTM) 5:49:29 3. Alfredo Gomez (KTM) 6:03:51 4. Philipp Scholz (KTM) 6:15:01 5. Paul Bolton (KTM) 6:37:28 6. Pol Tarres (Beta) 6:52:57 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: www.RockstarEnergy.com Source: Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH
  19. Hi guys, Might be relocating to Germany for 2-3 years, having a hard time finding info about enduro riding in Germany? anyone have any info? ive found several MX tracks, but no enduro trails or info about them. been riding a 2 stroke 250 ktm for a while now and would be happy to continue there.
  20. I've been looking into both of these as new bikes lately since I came into a decent amount of money (so I'm looking at the 2017 models). Now, I know the primary difference between the two is that the XC-W has a wide ratio tranny. Since I can't find a ton of information on these bikes, I just have a few questions. I've heard the EXC is slow many times, is this true? I've also heard that due to its power, the XC-W isn't that great for trails. I usually ride on the street to get to the trails I ride and occasionally ride on small tracks, and I'd like to be able to go out to the dunes and possibly use it on a supermoto track, so I wouldn't mind a little extra power (this makes me lean towards the XC-W). But on the trails I think the XC-W may have too much power. But since I've been told the EXC is slow, I would rather have too much power on trails instead of too little. So which one of these bikes do you think is better? So far I'm leaning towards the XC-W.
  21. Time Left: 22 days and 23 hours

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    For your riding pleasure her is a great old really fun hard to find with these mods. 1987 Husqvarna WR430 2 stroke that has been modified by a company that was in operation in Arizona a few years back. They where the top of the heap Husky guys from what I'm told.It now has Susuki Inverted forks,revalved for 190-200lbs rider,same for the Olins rear shock.A better I feel look and Moto-X look. The bike was a eyesore when I got it. Since then I have returned it to a fun,blast from the past that is ready for its next life. It had been parked in the "original" owners back yard for a few years. In that time the Arizona sun had done it share of cooking some of the plastics. It took a bit of looking but I found some OEM radiator shrouds.They were far from looking as good as they do now,but some effort and elbow grease got them looking pretty nice,from old brown ones. It didn't run and the owner couldn't remember if it ran or not. He said it did when he parked it,because his friend crashed on his own bike breaking a few bones. So he thought he should pack it in himself. Well after getting it home and doing all the cleaning carbs,gear oil changes,lubing the top and bottom end,etc. I was ready to give it a kick to get it going. I had checked compression before I purchased it and it lived up to its big bore pressure. So I dawned my riding boot Left side only and gave it a few kicks to check for spark,Nothing!Hmmm more on this story if you're interested. But for now It's all ready to go. New grips,rear brakes,chain,stickers,oils,front tire(Dunlap),seat cover,cr430 SEM ignition/coil,brake fluid. I'd like to see if anyone has any offers on the bike I feel it's worth more than market value???? It's rare,very powerful,a great draw at the races,and just a fun ride pretty much anywhere I go. I will put up fresh pics with new seat and cosmetics soon.

    $1,800.00

  22. Hi folks I started up a series on my YT channel for enduro riding lessons so I hope some of you can get something out of them, they are a ton of work filmed, edited and produced by myself I also ride in them! Here is EP 1 with EP 2 ready for release this coming Friday! Thx https://youtu.be/f7MVL5jvieY
  23. https://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/mcy/6134584879.html I'm looking at picking this bike up and wanted to see what y'all think considering the price and condition. It is an original owner w/ the title and has just under 2k miles. I should be able to snag it for 700. It needs nothing as is. Runs fine with a little tick he said (valve adjustment). It was wrecked which is why the gas tank is beat up but it has been sealed and painted over, no leaks. This will be a fixer upper as time and money flow in but just wanted to get something cheap and reliable to beat around on when I'm up in Boone at my cabin.
  24. Time Left: 19 days and 4 hours

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    Cancer forces sale of most of my toys. This is a bike even an absolute beginner could figure out in just a few minutes of riding. Or one that even a fat old veteran rider would be happy with. Very reliable, electric start, Baja Designs headlight kit, more than enough power, rev limiter keeps it in the power band and prevents trashing the engine. Suspension gives you a good, all-around manageable ride. Low total hours, barely ridden over the past 2 years (one reason for sale). 6-speed trans. Easy to start, ride, and learn on this one...That all-important "extra" bike for guests. Complete top-end rebuild only a few hours ago: valves, cam chain, tensioner, etc. Good for a growing son or daughter: easy to tune and learn basic maintenance on. Jetted for 4500 ft and higher right now. Runs fine everywhere, however. Has been very trouble-free, just a pleasure. 230 4-stroke has plenty of power, too. Can deliver to some SoCal locations. Review of this bike can be found here: http://www.dirtrider.com/tests/off-road-bikes/141_0412_2005_yamaha_tt_r230 Thanks, paul email preferred: paulmc5121 (at) sbcglobal.net

    $1,900.00