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I've owned that 88' since 98'. Got it when I was 14.

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Just now, 6bt said:

I've owned that 88' since 98'. Got it when I was 14.

Slow Dino Dog and I love our late 80's Cr's, the old Hpp system may be a pain to work on, but when is correctly set up, those Cr's are a blast. Your "newer" bike is the snizz!😎

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Bought this one new in '07 when I heard they were pulling the plug (wish I would've bought two).  It's mostly stock and has been rock solid dependable and fun!  (I clip a color copy of my plate in a license plate frame to zip ties on the bike after getting LEO hassled once because the real plate is hidden.)

The second pic is of my '97 with a green sticker and the '07 again with the red sticker.  (First and last years of the aluminum frame and my ages when I bought them new - cuz that's how creative I am.)

Redfever...

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I put this one together out of the crate in 1979 with DG swingarm, Fox AirShox, Michelins, etc.  The forks were horrible, but that thing was so fast.  Every person I ever let ride it looped it within 10 seconds.  Not kidding.  My friends started calling it the "10-Second Honda."  It didn't take long before I wouldn't let anyone else ride it any more.  Duh...

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2000 street legal trail bike, BST (before street legal) in Utah, AST (after street legal) in Colorado, with a shirt my step daughter gave me for Xmas 

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4 hours ago, redfever said:

Bought this one new in '07 when I heard they were pulling the plug (wish I would've bought two).  It's mostly stock and has been rock solid dependable and fun!  (I clip a color copy of my plate in a license plate frame to zip ties on the bike after getting LEO hassled once because the real plate is hidden.)

The second pic is of my '97 with a green sticker and the '07 again with the red sticker.  (First and last years of the aluminum frame and my ages when I bought them new - cuz that's how creative I am.)

Redfever...

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Nice and clean scoots ready for action! Good one bro!

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4 hours ago, mcdirtclod said:

I put this one together out of the crate in 1979 with DG swingarm, Fox AirShox, Michelins, etc.  The forks were horrible, but that thing was so fast.  Every person I ever let ride it looped it within 10 seconds.  Not kidding.  My friends started calling it the "10-Second Honda."  It didn't take long before I wouldn't let anyone else ride it any more.  Duh...

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250 berm.jpg

250 downhill 110-footer.jpg

Gotta love souped up CR's! Railing the berms, getting some air. Bro, looks like a blast on that red warrior! Nice!

3 hours ago, specialkrat797 said:

2000 street legal trail bike, BST (before street legal) in Utah, AST (after street legal) in Colorado, with a shirt my step daughter gave me for Xmas 

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Wow! Impressive hill climb! Nice bike!😎

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2 hours ago, Brian Lassig said:

My ole gal

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Clean and ready for action, It rides in you business van? Cool! Best way to advertise at the track, believe me I check out all businesses while riding, fishing, doing all fun out door activities..

1 hour ago, Motox367 said:

Two that I've raced. 96' cr250 and 500

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Gotta love the classics! looking good bruh!😎

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10 minutes ago, M E T A L A C I D said:

Clean and ready for action, It rides in you business van? Cool! Best way to advertise at the track, believe me I check out all businesses while riding, fishing, doing all fun out door activities..

Gotta love the classics! looking good bruh!😎

Yep! Sometimes I’ll wedge it in there if I’m going riding straight from working lol. 
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