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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 11-02-2010, 02:18 PM Thread Starter
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awesome bike for a chick who's just starting out
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awesome bike for a chick who's just starting out
I think it would be good for anyone vertically challenged .

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as long as power is not a requirement, in the right setting that bike would be alot of fun, probably a better bike to start on than a small sportbike for newbies
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That would be a fun parking lot cone-racer/stunt bike.
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Seen one is person, they're the cheapie version, that's for damn sure.

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Seen one is person, they're the cheapie version, that's for damn sure.
It would be just like a larger version of my "XR100M".
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I'd rather have that fuel injected Yami 250. Mmm, fuel injection... no more stalling on 3mph wheelies.

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FI would be nice. That XR sure likes to pee on my shoe when it's up in a wheelie .
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FI would be nice. That XR sure likes to pee on my shoe when it's up in a wheelie .
Get that fucker ready for Friday! Shit's gonna be loose!

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I'd rather have that fuel injected Yami 250. Mmm, fuel injection... no more stalling on 3mph wheelies.
the honda is not a full size bike like the yamaha, the motor is the old xr200 and not high performance in any way, and it would be a blast for parking lot sumo
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I'd stunt it.

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the honda is not a full size bike like the yamaha, the motor is the old xr200 and not high performance in any way, and it would be a blast for parking lot sumo
I wish there were more people around with mid-sized (xr100-crf230 sized) sumos. It sure would be fun to do some parking lot racing with my street tired XR100.
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I wish there were more people around with mid-sized (xr100-crf230 sized) sumos. It sure would be fun to do some parking lot racing with my street tired XR100.
NorthwoodsGP !!!!!
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Get a 50, we do cone rachine all the time!

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Get a 50, we do cone racing all the time!

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I wish there were more people around with mid-sized (xr100-crf230 sized) sumos. It sure would be fun to do some parking lot racing with my street tired XR100.
i have a crf 150f and a trials tire for the back, just need a 19 ft street tire, ready for action
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Get a 50, we do cone rachine all the time!
I feel like a monkey fucking a football on a 50. If I stumbled on one real cheap I might jump on it though.

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i have a crf 150f and a trials tire for the back, just need a 19 ft street tire, ready for action
I've got one you can have if you want it. I put an XR80 front wheel on my 100 so it has 16s front and rear. I have no use for the 19" street tire now.
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I feel like a monkey fucking a football on a 50. If I stumbled on one real cheap I might jump on it though.


You need a TTR-90 in the for sale section.

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That looks like good times but don't they run at tracks pretty far up into WI? If I'm spending $80 in gas in my truck I'd rather just do a full size sumo or dirtbike day. I'm talking about cheap money, casual, beer drinking, somewhat local parking lot racing here.
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That looks like good times but don't they run at tracks pretty far up into WI? If I'm spending $80 in gas in my truck I'd rather just do a full size sumo or dirtbike day. I'm talking about cheap money, casual, beer drinking, somewhat local parking lot racing here.
Sounds like any given 50 ride, but with a few extra cc's. Wish CLSB had more of a following for the little bikes, thay're just so much fun!

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That looks like good times but don't they run at tracks pretty far up into WI? If I'm spending $80 in gas in my truck I'd rather just do a full size sumo or dirtbike day. I'm talking about cheap money, casual, beer drinking, somewhat local parking lot racing here.
the races are in WI, but 2 of the 4 tracks are just over the border
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Wish CLSB had more of a following for the little bikes, thay're just so much fun!
the CLSB 50 fad has already come and gone
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the CLSB 50 fad has already come and gone
Fail. It's been running strong and reckless on the other side of the pond for years!

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That looks like good times but don't they run at tracks pretty far up into WI? If I'm spending $80 in gas in my truck I'd rather just do a full size sumo or dirtbike day. I'm talking about cheap money, casual, beer drinking, somewhat local parking lot racing here.
NWGP! has it all small bike . spec bike and full supermoto big bike class!
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