Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,801 members have voted

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

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1629
    • XR600R
      811
    • XL600
      188
    • Other XL/XR
      162

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Things must be pretty boring over in the Yammie forums to have to come in here and troll all the time. :ride:

:bonk:

I'm not a troll:foul:, just a snowbound lonely TT'er. Folks won't talk to me on the WR forum. Only a few will talk to me on the DR Pig forum. It's pretty desperate when Jdubb, Kenslow and a couple other douche bags are all that's left on TT. RIP MF and Denn10.:lol:

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I'm not a troll:foul:, just a snowbound lonely TT'er. Folks won't talk to me on the WR forum. Only a few will talk to me on the DR Pig forum. It's pretty desperate when Jdubb, Kenslow and a couple other douche bags are all that's left on TT. RIP MF and Denn10.:lol:

You know the saying...you meet the nicest people on a Honda. I guess you shouldn't have sold out. :bonk:

I can't speak for Denn, but I believe MF has pickle juice flowing through his veins. :ride:

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I just have to say guys, thanks so much for this BRP Forum and the TT Forum in general because it made me buy a Honda XR250R which was alright but now i have a upgraded to a ****ING sick Honda XR650R, best bike ever :ride:

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I'm not a troll:foul:, just a snowbound lonely TT'er. Folks won't talk to me on the WR forum. Only a few will talk to me on the DR Pig forum. It's pretty desperate when Jdubb, Kenslow and a couple other douche bags are all that's left on TT. RIP MF and Denn10.:lol:
Well shit, I'll still talk to NORGE. Hi NORGE! :ride:

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Hey guys, got a little update for you all, added a few things and gave it a good squirt this weekend, will probably stay like this now for a while till i get a bit more money after spending it on my ute and paying off my parents :ride:

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Let me know what you think and what should be next on the list apart from motard wheels as i really want them. :lol:

Check me garage too.

Thanks

Matt.

Edited by jokerflingo

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Well shit, I'll still talk to NORGE. Hi NORGE! :lol:

Thanks Rman, but I just realized that I'm a pond scum troll. I need to stay away from the XR400and XR650L forums. Nobody wants 'Old advice' as Denn would say. Audios!

:ride:

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Thanks Rman, but I just realized that I'm a pond scum troll. I need to stay away from the XR400and XR650L forums. Nobody wants 'Old advice' as Denn would say. Audios!

:ride:

Gee wiz norgey...don't get your panties all in a wad. Can't you take a little joke. :lol:

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Gee wiz norgey...don't get your panties all in a wad. Can't you take a little joke. :ride:

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Gee jdubb she looks like she needs a little work .......... oh I mean the bridge the BIKE looks good LOL

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Gee jdubb she looks like she needs a little work .......... oh I mean the bridge the BIKE looks good LOL

Yeah, you have to love the defiling turds that screw up such an old landmark. :ride:

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I'm not a troll:foul:, just a snowbound lonely TT'er. Folks won't talk to me on the WR forum. Only a few will talk to me on the DR Pig forum. It's pretty desperate when Jdubb, Kenslow and a couple other douche bags are all that's left on TT. RIP MF and Denn10.:D

:lol::cry::moon:

Thanks Rman, but I just realized that I'm a pond scum troll. I need to stay away from the XR400and XR650L forums. Nobody wants 'Old advice' as Denn would say. Audios!

:ride:

give Norghey a break...he is get'n old & cranky :bonk:

'Old advice' ?!? hell...u've forgotten more than u ever knew! :moon:

:lol:

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Hi All

Thought I would post a pic of my bike XR 600 R 1996, wet and cold here in Wales UK.

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anybody know where in australia i can get seat cover tank sticker sets like sages bike ...been looking but i cant find em,not for a xr600 1994 anyway........nice bike sage :ride:

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anybody know where in australia i can get seat cover tank sticker sets like sages bike ...been looking but i cant find em,not for a xr600 1994 anyway........nice bike sage :ride:

I reckon ive seen em on ebay from time to time. Maybe Ballards?

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anybody know where in australia i can get seat cover tank sticker sets like sages bike ...been looking but i cant find em,not for a xr600 1994 anyway........nice bike sage :ride:

Hi Crispy 1612.

They came of EBay, from America, I saw some on there a week or so ago.

Just wondering, why did they cover the bridges in the photo's, was there any special reason??

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Hi Crispy 1612.

They came of EBay, from America, I saw some on there a week or so ago.

Just wondering, why did they cover the bridges in the photo's, was there any special reason??

Most covered bridges are very old and at that time they made them from wood. Putting a roof on them protected the wood from the elements and extended their life. Now they are just a cool part of history. :ride:

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Hi jdubb75.

Thanks for the info, I was looking at the pictures of the bridge and thought how nice they look, mind shame about the graffiti, some people don't realise what history is all about:bonk:

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Here is my road and dirt combo toy. Runs great after new stator, plug cap. Now have a rack on the back for grocery gabbing and dirt essentials.

I hope the Photobucket shorcut works:

http://s813.photobucket.com/albums/zz53/Bdub600/

Nice looking bike. I used to own a 1983, it was exactly the same but it was Flash Red. I'll post yours for you so everyone can see it. If you need help posting pics let me know. :ride:

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