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02-19-2007_03 If this stupid thing dont post I give up. We have been trying to get it to work. If not, any suggestions???

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Here are a few pics of my wife riding.

her CRF150R

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Her old bike a CRF230

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02-19-2007_03 If this stupid thing dont post I give up. We have been trying to get it to work. If not, any suggestions???

It needs to be hosted on another site. looks like you are just trying to copy a file name into the image tags. Do you have the picture up on something like photobucket? If not, that's the best way. Then copy the URL of the picture into the image tags.

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Cool pix! My bud just picked up a 150 expert for his wife and now my wife wants in on the action so I started her on a crf80. Just picked up some boots and a helmet yesterday. Training session #1 will start today!

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Here are a few pics of my wife riding.

her CRF150R

100B7230.jpg

100B1741.jpg

100_7610.jpg

100_1800.jpg

Her old bike a CRF230

100_1398.jpg

100_1373.jpg

100B3431.jpg

Great pics, she seems to be a very good rider.

BTW I am trying to figure out what size of bike to get for my GF. She is 5`6`` but weights only 120 pounds.

Looking at your pics the 150 R looks too small for your wife. How tall is she?

I am trying to get a 125 smoker for my GF.

I think that a 230 or 150 ttr or crf will be very underpowered, tall and heavy at the same time.

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Pornstar, My wife is about 5'6". The 150R is a little small for her and the 230 fit her well but had no power and the suspension sucked. She tryed a RMZ 250 but did not like it, it was too tall.

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Great pics, she seems to be a very good rider.

BTW I am trying to figure out what size of bike to get for my GF. She is 5`6`` but weights only 120 pounds.

Looking at your pics the 150 R looks too small for your wife. How tall is she?

I am trying to get a 125 smoker for my GF.

I think that a 230 or 150 ttr or crf will be very underpowered, tall and heavy at the same time.

I am your GF's exact size......... weight and height. I ride a RMZ 250 and LOVE it!

my first bike was a ttr 125 that was way too small. I think the new 150r would be too small in height for her, but not in power I then i moved up to a RM 125 which was a great choice as well as a RMZ250 that i have now.

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Pornstar, My wife is about 5'6". The 150R is a little small for her and the 230 fit her well but had no power and the suspension sucked. She tryed a RMZ 250 but did not like it, it was too tall.

Thanks for the info. My Gf didnt like a 250F either because she felt it too tall and heavy for her.

Another drawback would be kickstarting it unless its an offroad mdel which would be heavier. Besides 4strokes would be pricey and $$ expensive $$ for me to mantain.

Sorry for stealing your thread. :applause:

I am your GF's exact size......... weight and height. I ride a RMZ 250 and LOVE it!

my first bike was a ttr 125 that was way too small. I think the new 150r would be too small in height for her, but not in power I then i moved up to a RM 125 which was a great choice as well as a RMZ250 that i have now.

I think we`ll end up going on the cheap 125 route. Unless a kdx 200 turns out.

I am not a fan of her getting a ttr or a crf trail bike, i think those bikes will give her a tendency to just put around... the 2 stroke will "make" her have to ride more aggressively wether she likes it or not. :applause:

Thanks for your advice.

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