Welp, first ride went ok. I looped it during a wheelie, I must have found a dry spot in the muddy field we were riding in, because it hooked and went over. Some how I didnt break the rear fender. Someone said it cart wheeled, lol. So I rode the rest of the day with half a front fender, no right rad guard, and no muffler cap. Some of the trails we went on still had snow/ice on the north facing sides, dirt bikes do not do good on snow and ice, ended up on my back atleast once and bent the brake lever. But I didnt snap it because I keep the levers kinda loose so they will just rotate One of the first places we rode was a hare scramble kind of course, very tight and slow and MUDDY. The bike lost a lot of coolant during that. When do you know the bike is too hot and risks over heating? the slow sections worry me. This wont help with overheating in a slow spot, but I think these bikes should have one regardless: Over flow tank: hopefully this will help keep the coolant in the system so when it cools back down it will refill it self. I got really worried a few times, I really cant be overheating this motor. Other than that it did really well. When I put a chain and sprocket on it I will go two up in the rear and/or one down in the front, I never needed any of the higher gears. And I kept feeling like I was going to burn my clutch out during those tight sections, I had to try extra hard to find spots where I could have the clutch all the way out. The bike ran excellent and started first kick most of the time. And I take back my pressure washing statement, there is no way I can avoid the pressure washer. Sure I wont point it at the bearings, but this thing had mud everywhere. especially around the front sprocket. I took the guard off to wash it. And after $5 at the car wash I still found mud when I got home. lol. Next weekend its NEMX, hopefully I can be un-sore by then.