I just thought of a fun idea that i don't think i have ever seen on here. it is possible that it has been thought up, but either way it should be pretty cool. Post your bikes, from the first bike you have ever had to the bike (or bikes) that you currently own. you might even post a little bit about each bike (example: why you got it, how you got it, how did you like it, ect.) Have fun with it and we'll see where it goes Not all of these are pictures of my bikes, but you can get the idea... i'll probably upload the real things later on. First Bike Ever: 1971 Honda CT 70 I was 9 years old when my dad went out and decided that my brother and i should get into dirtbike riding... what an awesome idea. even thought this bike was almost twice my age it was amazing to me. ^thanks google for the image Next: 1977 Honda MR 175 I was moving up in the world, this was my first bike with a clutch and boy was it powerful!!! at least compared to that 70 that i had been riding. not only did it have power, it was actually comfortable to ride because it didn't have handlebars that were made to be able to fold down. ^on the far left Next: 1971 Suzuki TC 90 This was a much taller bike, i have no clue why my dad bought this for me. it was a really good deal i think and he must have wanted to torture his kids. man it smoked worse than those mosquito trucks, but another fun little bike for me. i never knew much better until my friend got an XR 200... ^i think it was just sitting in this ladys garage collecting dust. I can't believe I forgot this one: 1980s something Yamaha IT 175 This bike was another fun old junky bike, I couldn't wait to finally get a more up to date dirtbike, but it was a real fun bike ^looked a bit like this one, not quite as nice though Which brings me to my next bike: 1998 Honda XR 200 "Finally, a real dirtbike" I thought. bought it "lightly used" up at a local motorcycle shop (Donnells). It was one of the best used bikes i have ever seen. come to think of it, every single bike that my dad had bought was in extremely great shape. this was a bulletproof bike, what a step up in technology! ^looked exactly like that! Next: 1998 Kawasaki KDX 200 Another great bike, you can't go wrong with a KDX for all around fun with little expenses. (can't find any pictures that look similar) Next: 2000 Kawasaki KDX 220 Just a slight step up from the last bike but only because something happened to the 200 right before a trip to Colorado. Bought it and sold the 200 on another great deal. ^Number 494 Next: 2004 Husqvarna TC 250 My brother had bought this bike brand new and let me ride it. wow, it was simply amazing compared to my KDX. I loved the smooth power and plush suspension. not to mention the electric start. Once he sold it to buy another bike i was quick to grab it from him at a fair faimly price. ^Beautiful Current: 2005 Honda CRF 250 I ended up having some bad luck on the valves on my husky, we replaced the top end (piston, rings, valves, springs) which was EXPENSIVE!!!!!!!! then i had to buy another set of valves not 2 months after that overhaul. We still have the husky (dad rides it every now and then) but I ended up getting a killer deal on a this bike (3,600 w/less than 10 hours on it) at the beginning of last year. Thanks for checking it out, and be sure to post your own bike timeline. It is really fun looking back and seeing where you came from.