I haven't had a two stroke bike since the late 1950's, so I don't remember much; any help is appreciated. I traded for a 2003 CR85RB that has been raced quite a bit, and then left to sit for several months. The guy I got it from said it wouldn't start for him, but that the previous owner (the racer) said it was okay when he quit riding it. I found a bad spark plug cap, and replaced that along with a new spark plug and fresh 32:1 fuel and got it started today. It revs fine, but doesn't idle, which I can probably sort out. My primary question is, now that it cranks, what are the steps I should take in terms of getting it ready to ride? I don't want to ruin something out of ignorance. If you assume I don't know anything about 2 strokes, especially water cooled 2 strokes with hydraulic brakes, you won't be far from correct. It seems to me the chain is really tight, the snorkel to the air box is loose, but beyond that, I don't see anything wrong. Thanks for your suggestions.