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Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,798 members have voted

  1. 1. Which of these bikes is your primary ride?

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1627
    • XR600R
      811
    • XL600
      188
    • Other XL/XR
      162

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Lookin good Matt! What did you do for your dash on the Brittania fairing? 

 

Thanks!  I just mounted the stock speedo along with a dual usb port.

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We have been pounded by snow this month out here in Eastern Canada ..... but since i had been cleaning the garage i drug the big girl outside for some daylight today.

Over the last few weeks I have finished up a few small details & installed some other little pieces on my '01 XR650L. I ordered a new clarke 4 gallon tank which just cleared customs ... so should have some updated pics next week.

Pretty happy with this winters work .... can't wait to get out in the woods! :ride:

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My new pig as it is evolving. 600R now has USD's and a temp XRL shock from my other bike. Looking for a permanent one.

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Hey there, I am a newbie and just finished My XR650R. I'll get close up pictures later on.

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Hey I'm from Yucaipa and looking for somebody to go riding with

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Hey there boospt, I am looking for riding partners as well and I am from Palm Springs. I am a life long rider that likes to Dual Sport on adventures with single track, hill climbs, road trips and plain out cruise just because. If You are interested in meeting up, or any others maybe we can meet up somewhere.

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Sounds good mxguru I still need to get some boots maybe a bigger tank but yeah let's try to keep in touch i'm just getting back in the riding used to have an old 500 XL The 650is a total different beast for me

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Firestone, what year is Your 600R? Nice bike!

 

MX, your bike looks great too. My 600R is a 95'. I decided to keep the stock header and shield and run the Supertrapp IDS2 it came to me with. I repaired the Supertrapp and repacked it. Got my handguards on and tomorrow hopefully get my black excel Rim back on front. changed back over to CR HIGH bars from the Henry/Reed bend and man this things is a serious dirt contender. I don't like the Sedona tire on the rear, so I'm going to put my Tractionator on it ASAP.

 

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Sounds good mxguru I still need to get some boots maybe a bigger tank but yeah let's try to keep in touch i'm just getting back in the riding used to have an old 500 XL The 650is a total different beast for me

. Ok cool! So are You riding a XR650?

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