I'm looking at buying a 2004 Suzuki DRZ400EK or at least I think it's an EK according to Vin lookup websites, but it does not appear to have a kickstarter. I was told the bike was owned by a motorcycle dealer and that it has a current green sticker, and a California license plate but has not been registered for the streets since 2011. I want this as a dual sport but am not clear if the fact that it already has a plate means I am good to register it or if maybe they took away the ability to register it after it was plated, California loves to do that kind of stuff. Since the bike was owned by a dealer I would think they were up on the latest regulations in California, but who knows. Can anyone add any insight as to what I should look for on the bike itself like the carburetor, model numbers etc? Or do I just try my luck at the DMV?
By Bryan Bosch
Start your very own riding club!
Current ThumperTalk Member Riding Clubs that you can join:
By matt mattison
We need your help! Come to city hall to show your support for the building of a motocross track out at the Samoa Drag strip.
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 6 PM – 7 PM
531 K St, Eureka, CA 95501-1146, United States
Hosted by Dazey's Motorsports of Eureka
Here is a link to the Facebook page with the details and to ask questions
By matt mattison
Please sign up for our free kids ATV and Dirt bike classes. We do family classes as well! Contact us for more information!
OHVs are as safe as the person riding them. Practice safe and responsible riding this weekend! #InventYourAdventure
Both of my sons have taken this class and I cannot say enough great things about it and the instructors. They really give the kids the tools and techniques to be successful and confident.