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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-03-2002, 11:38 AM
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Dream Bikes both street and dirt.

Name your favorites choices for bikes in the following categories.
1.Strictly dirt (motocross or off road, it doesnt matter)
2.Dual Sport
3.Street cruising
4.Street performance]
Mine are as follows 1.Any new VOR bike. They make your YZF or CRF look like a Honda Trail 90
2.Modified Husqvarna 610 (i already own it)
3.Suzuki TL1000R
4.Aprillia RSV Mille
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Re: Dream Bikes both street and dirt.

yamaha yz250
mv agusta f4
yamaha r7 full raCE SPEC
yamaha r6
yamaha r1
honda 250 r
honda 400ex
mclaren f1

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Re: Dream Bikes both street and dirt.

CR500 with dirt tires and 17's for the street [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

But I think a Harley XR750 with a plate could be fun too

All's I'm sayin is "YEA"
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Re: Dream Bikes both street and dirt.

1. YZ250
2. why would i want one?
3. zuki TL1000R
4. either a gixxer 750 or a yammi R1

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1. Gas Gas xc250
2. Gas Gas ec300
3 & 4. Don't ride enought street to have any serious input

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Re: Dream Bikes both street and dirt.

1. YZ250F unless Honda comes out with a CRF250 soon.
2. Honda XR600 ???????
3. 60's Harley big twin hard tail chopper
4. '75 Kaw 900 Z1 streetable drag bike.
Flame away.........but these are the bikes I want. Bikes I presently have for those categories:
1. 93 Honda XR250R
2. 77 Yamaha XT500
3. 73 Moto Guzzi cruiser
4. 78 BMW R100S (cafe racer era)

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Re: Dream Bikes both street and dirt.

1, Yz 250, for trails, motocross, desert races, dunes, etc etc. this is nuber one on the list caue I consider yamaha to be one of the best and there all food.

2. KX 250, cause i grew up on them and worked at a kawasaki dealership, that switched to yamaha. I will buy a KX, Id rather wrench on yamha anyday.

3.Kx and YZ 125 for play bikes

4 kdx 200 in a kx frame for trails and what not

5. Kx 400 cause they dont make one

6 a kx 500 with a R1 motor for hill climbs

my list goes on and on



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Re: Dream Bikes both street and dirt.

This will probably change tomorrow!

Dirt: DRZ 400 E

Dual Sport: The KTM Duke looks pretty cool

Street Cruising: HD's Dyna Superglide Sport (with spoke wheels) or the Honda Valkyrie

Street Performance: The 994, 998, Speed Triple and have been eye balling the SV 650S which is extremely light, looks fun and seems affordable. In this category, I like them all....almost.

When I was a child I caught a fleeting glimpse out of the corner of my eye.
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Uh.....under street sport, that was supposed to be 954, not 994!!!, Still early, not enough coffee yet, and the fingers are on auto pilot this morning.

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Re: Dream Bikes both street and dirt.

i was looking at the new black and red duke the othe rday. with the 17" street tires, yeah bay, can you say wheelie king. i was getting wood sitting on that pig. endoes , burnouts, that thing you could pimp like mad on that hog!!!! plus it wouldnt be too dangerous cause of the limited topend. what sucks about my rocket is most of the time i am riding wheelies i am doing 50-120mph. and coming into rolling stoppies at like 50. with the duke you could ride from 0-70, and do stoppies at like 30 but still get some distance.

kyron when you ride the cr500 arounfd town its mostly on one wheel right? call me a squid but i would have too!

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