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My gf just bought a CRF 230! So stoked! Want to get out there w her an have some fun!!!!! Love the mountains and my girl!!!

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My gf just bought a CRF 230! So stoked! Want to get out there w her an have some fun!!!!! Love the mountains and my girl!!!

Good man! Back in January you were sounding a little desperate on the Seeking Moto Chicks thread:

"Send your single, leftovers up here to N CA, would ya?"

Glad you found one. They're the best kind!

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you can mount a saw rack on the front. that would make a good work bike and have her pack the saw. i should be coming up to your neck of the woods to clear your guys trails soon. may bee next weekend:moon:

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Currently trying to get me girl to get the crf150 shes about 110 pounds. Should be enough

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Wow, thanks for the responses guys. Went for a short ride with her on Saturday. A lot of fun. Started pouring rain right about the time we went back to the truck to add a layer of clothing. Spent the rest of the day eating and drinking. Next morning we woke up to bout 4 in. of snow on the ground. Good times! Cant wait to do it again.

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