Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,814 members have voted

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

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1636
    • XR600R
      813
    • XL600
      188
    • Other XL/XR
      164

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Thanks R560!

Yeah, I tried to copy and paste but it didn't like the paste. Any words of wisdom are aprreciated. /Brian

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Thanks R560!

Yeah, I tried to copy and paste but it didn't like the paste. Any words of wisdom are aprreciated. /Brian

after you transfer you photo link to your post add before and after (no spaces) to your link should do it works for me:thumbsup:

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beaut looking place your riding in Donkk,

cool looking pig too:smirk:

Thanks dino .... we are lucky here in Utah with great places to ride: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:

P1000649.jpg

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

Check me garage too.

Thanks

Matt.

Looks like you're driving on turf! is that all ya got for the green stubbly stuff "down under?"

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Looks like you're driving on turf! is that all ya got for the green stubbly stuff "down under?"

Why do you say that? Because of the knobbly wearing? The fella before me that owned it used it as a dirtbike and a town weapon, i myself have done a bit of pavement and a bit of dirt, frankly i will keep paying $100 for a rear tyre no matter how quick it wears.

The reason being is on my old XR250R with dual sport tyres on it i never knew how much i missed knobblies in the dirt. Knobblies and the power of this thing rock. Still trying to master the wheelie on it, need to be strong and use more throttle :ride:

Oh and that green stubble is just the backyard stuff, everything else round here is fair dead right now, since its summer. Winter should be good, but still not many places to ride like you guys.

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7Nova4 - Very nice bike! Be careful about leaving it on one of those buckets too long though. They have a tendency to slowly bend on one side, and then, BINGO.

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Bike looks awesome! Do you run into a lot of XR owners in Russia, or is a different type of dualsport more common?

HI

Usually I ride with people who have similar bikes. We go in the town and in the countryside (off-road).:ride:

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Man Nick650, I love the color scheme on that third picture of the dirt version of the 650L. I like the red side panels and the white frame. Did it come that way in Russia or did you come up with that scheme yourself. Looks great....

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