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I'm new to this "Exotic Bike" thing. I traded my DRZ for this Beta 525RS.....show me your exotic bike.

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Not real exotic any more but not a lot of people have the all new 2010 with the tiny motor so...

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And my ATK 490 and 406...

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And this one is starting to become exotic :moon:

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Great bikes....kind of a ATK kind of day...always loved those bikes. Let's see some more Beta's though.

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Exotic? Maybe not. But kind of rare. Hear are a few.

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1988-1989 Yamaha SDR200

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1998 GasGas EC250SM

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2003 GasGas TXT70 Rookie

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2002 Derbi SM50

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2002 Kawasaki Super Sherpa

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1990 Aprilia 280 Climber

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Just finished putting my 2001 TM125 MX back together. 18" rear rim for enduro and trials tyres, big silencer for noise regulations [and piece of string to hold the kickstart, until I buy a new one!]. Who can spot the mistake I made when assembling it?

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Just finished putting my 2001 TM125 MX back together. 18" rear rim for enduro and trials tyres, big silencer for noise regulations [and piece of string to hold the kickstart, until I buy a new one!]. Who can spot the mistake I made when assembling it?

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It isn't the non blue rear rim. That is part of the artistic expression of the blue. I can't tell anyway since I have seen so few TM's around to compare to the right way. Only good things have I heard about this brand so it's nice to see it in the mix.

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Thanks HawaiiDR. Best way I have heard TM bikes described is as 'a mix of space age and farmyard technology'. This one was pretty much wrecked when I got it, and has taken a lot of work to get it to this stage. Still plenty left to do, needs a new kickstart lever, the plastics and fastners are not good, and the airbox needs modifying for the type of riding I have in mind.

Can anyone remember if their was an Italian guy on Thumper Talk, who knows a lot about TM bikes? I could do with some help properly identifying this bike.

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