Hi, Love the forum! I am old-timer who is looking to get back into a little dirt-riding. I had an old Yamaha early-70s MX-80 that I rode when I was a kid, in the late 70s, and since I have been riding vintage road bikes (currently my ride is a 1960 BMW R50, but I left it in the US when I moved to London). Since I have a thing for older bikes, and I like to do my own wrenching, I was thinking of picking up an older enduro. I am currently living in London, and have no car, so it needs to be road-legal. If I can, I was hoping to try out some vintage scrambles. I was originally thinking of a early 70s XL250, since it has a reputation for reliability, and I am more comfortable tinkering with a 4-stroke, but I have been seeing a bunch of older Yamaha DT175s on ebay.co.uk. I am not sure if the 175 is big enough for me (6', 175lbs.). I have also seen some DT250s, and they seem pretty cool, but they are less common. I would love an Elsinore, but they seem rarer, and more expensive. I have a perverse desire to get a 2-stroke, even though it may be less practical. My thought is to get something less than 500cc at first, since I haven't been on the dirt since 1982, and I will only ride on the road to get to the trail. I am more comfortable with Honda and Yamaha because I have had them and know that they are known to be reliable, but I am ready to be pursuaded. Reliability is pretty key, since I have no truck to haul it around if it breaks down somewhere. Anyway, I appreciate any opinions. Added - my budget is less than $2000 (US) - London is a crazy expensive town.