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  1. KTM 300 XC-W TPI (2022) Updated

    Very smooth running 2-stroke, starts easy and runs great at every altitude (6k-10k so far), tons of torque and very nimble.. Fantastic machine for Colorado Singletrack. I'm 6'4" & 175lbs so suspension feels great right out of the factory. 
    Tractors around in 2nd for slow stuff and 3rd for faster stuff, 1st for getting the wheel up, this machine is really hard to stall.. when in doubt, power out. Glad I dont have to dick w/the fueling anymore as the altitudes change. Extreme TPI Map loaded when picked up from Dealer. Power Valved backed out 1.5 turns from Stock, Black Throttle Cam Installed.
    Going to plate it but its just for getting too/from trails.
     
     
     
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  2. Suzuki RMZ450 (2014)

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  3. KTM 250 XC-W TPI (2022)

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  4. Husqvarna TC 250 (2021) Updated

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  5. Honda XL350 (1975) Updated

    The ad Mr. Mark Mock placed in September 2021 Cycle Trader describing this bike for sale. Also listed in Thumper Talk Classifieds, which is where I saw the “For Sale” ad around September 15th 2021 and started the following dialog to gather information about this bike, in order to make my purchase decision. I always wanted one of these bikes after Jim Ricks, my fellow work Mechanic at the “Belk Tyler Honda Shop” put a slipper overbored piston in his to give my 74’CR250M Elsinore a fit on. This was my 1st introduction to the “Big Bore” sleeper Honda singles, as my 72 ½ ’ SL-100, I bought new in August 72’ was rode hard put up wet, but never really was modified, engine wise. These bikes are what gave me the “Thumper Bugg” I still have to this day!  
    “This is a rare Bill Bell Honda built for BAJA. The only original XL350 parts are the engine cases.
    The engine has been punched out to 440 ci. Custom C&J frame, shocks, forks, pipe and airbox.
    Seat, wheels, and brakes from a 250 Elsinore. Raced a few times in the mid 70's and has been hanging from my office ceiling since 1978. Engine turns over and gas tank is dry. A similar Bill Bell Honda was the first motorcycle to win the Baja 1000 overall.”
    Just recently purchased (not the deal some of you got) a 75' XL-350 in C & J frame. Been told it is bored & Stroked to a 440 (432?) as size is referred to. It has been sold as a "Bill Bell Baja Racer Competition bike". This exact bike has been literally hanging from the ceiling of the sellers office since 1980ish, who purchased it in 1978. By the pictures and conversation with the Seller it looks like to be authentic, or the real deal as far as visual details go. Betor long travel front end and Fox Air Shox (Twin Chamber) with forward mount lower positioning for greater wheel travel. Now the only problem is bringing it home, as I am waiting to solve the transportation issue to get it 2400 miles home. 
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  6. Gilera VC200 Super Sport Enduro (2018)

    This is an overall excellent motorcycle. The engine is made by Qingqi which belongs to Suzuki in China, so their designs are from Suzuki, thus proven reliable and mostly any spare part from Suzuki will fit without problem. Is feeded by a Mikuni BS30 CV carb and a TCI controlled ignition.
    Front suspension is an inverted fork, very very sturdy, quite similar to the fork in the CB190 but with longer travel. Rear is a classical dual shock using generous travel 370mm length shocks. Both front and rear have disks, but lacks in safety features like ABS.
    Lighting: Front main lamp is an S2, which tends to break often if driven in rough roads, but is possible to adapt an H4 led lamp. 
    Design: based on the 50'/60' old scramblers, this bike is a faithful build, with all you would find in one of those old bikes, high exhaust (made of stainless steel, very well made), round main lamp with a steel grill to stand a hit from tree branches, a big fuel tank (11L), mixed tires, a chunky on the front, and a dual use on the rear, and a all chromed wide handlebar with classic diamond grips. 
    The speedometer also indicates neutral, high beam, includes a gear indicator. Lacks in a fuel indicator and tachometer.

    It would be nice to have a sump protector, and reinforced chasis down there, but you can add it if you want, and adapting leds is almost a necessity. But, being a Chinese made bike, you can't ask it for more. 
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  7. KTM 500 EXC-F (2022) Updated

    First dual sport, love it. KTM makes a great 500 and I am very impressed with how well this handles on road and off. I wish the forks were a little more forgiving coming off a wheelie but other than that it does great. Using this for occasional commute but mostly running around the couty. Planning on light adventure riding with it as well.
    Mods: GET ecu, reed removal, billet end cap, take two mirrors, tusk rack, fender eliminator with Tail Tidy LED
    Future plans for mods: larger fuel tank, led headlight
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  8. Honda CRF450R (2006) Updated

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  9. Yamaha YZ250F (2003)

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  10. Honda CRF450X (2005)

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  11. Honda CRF250L (2020) Updated

    2018 CRF250L 
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  12. Honda CR250R (2000) Updated

    Got this bike from a kid that works at a dealership and boy do I have to say the thing is just about mint
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  13. Yamaha YZ250F (2001)

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  14. Yamaha WR450F (2008)

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  15. Yamaha YZ125 (1999) Updated

    My first ever dirt bike. Plenty of aftermarket goodies. Boyesen Rad Valve, Bills Pipes Header, Pro Circuit R304 shorty, ASV Clutch & Brake, Mika Metals bar. 
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  16. Kawasaki KLX450R (2008)

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  17. Kawasaki KX250 (1996)

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  18. Yamaha WR250F (2021) Updated

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  19. Kawasaki KX250 (2002) Updated

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  20. Honda XR650L (2021)

    So far, the greatest SUMO I have had the opportunity to own and ride
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  21. KTM 150 XC-W TPI (2021) Updated

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  22. KTM 150 XC (2017) Updated

    Very light and nimble, great ergos, inspires confidence and makes you want to ride every day. The versatility of the bike is almost unbelievable considering it's only a 150. It has great low end grunt, a midrange that is all about maintaining traction, and a top end that will shock your buddies on bigger bikes. It can be ridden off the pipe with great effectiveness (especially helpful on those slippery days) or it can be ridden like a rocket on the pipe. It resists stalling as well as any bike I've ever owned...and I've owned a LOT! I get 3.5 hours of moderately hard riding per tank of fuel, so the range is among the best in the business.
    Now the bad news. As delivered the bike does have a couple of serious flaws, but they are easily fixed. The stock reed cage is junk. Replace it immediately with a V-force or Boyesen and you'll never have another worry. The progressive stock power valve spring is not well liked, and most guys replace it with the alternate straight-rate yellow spring. Some even prefer the red spring (from the 250/300's). Once you address the above items (and I recommend doing both before moving on to the next issue) you will still find that the jetting is horribly rich. This MUST be corrected early or you will be buying lots of spark plugs. Don't worry, the Mikuni is a great carb, it just needs to be jetted correctly. Once done you will be rewarded with phenomenal performance.
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  23. Yamaha YZ450FX (2019) Updated

    The 2019 YZ450FX is an excellent open-terrain race bike and a very good tight-woods bike for an experienced rider.  The power comes on abruptly.  I added a "Throttle Tamer" which helped a lot in tight single track. 
    14:50 gearing tames it down nicely for trail riding.  15:49 gearing works with oem chain and turns it into a great dual-sport bike.  Calm at 55 mph and gets between 52 - 59 mpg with a slightly leaner mapping.
    I am an experienced rider, and the suspension is the best (in stock form) that I have ever had for high speed trails.  Needed a revalve and softer fork springs for my weight and terrain (roots).   I weigh 160 lbs.   The steering is light but very stable.   Fork height set at 5 mm.  Rider sag set at 98 mm, and it turns great.  Over 100 mm sag is too much for woods riding and causes it to slide on gravel.
    Motor vibration is minimal at low rpm and almost unnoticeable at high rpms.    Much smoother than any KTM or Honda.  Equivalent to the Beta 4-strokes in vibration.
    Intake noise is an odd sound, even more so when wearing ear plugs.  It's the only thing that I don't like.
    With stock gearing, mpg is in the mid 30's riding aggressively and 40 mpg riding easy with standard mapping.  With fueling adjusted leaner, the bike can get between 50 and 55 mpg with 14:49 gearing, and up to 60 mpg with 15:49 gearing.  Adjust fueling to -3 with phone app.
    Starting is a bit finicky when warm.  Bike needs to be in neutral with a slight increase in idle speed.  
    Oem battery was weak and started getting weaker with just 4 hours.  Added an Anti-gravity ATZ-7 Restart.  Maintains proper voltage now.
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  24. KTM 150 XC-W TPI (2022) Updated

    After 7 years on 300cc two strokes, at first the little 150 felt underpowered…….but the more I ride it the more I’m starting to gel with it. The weight and/or reciprocating mass is most noticeable. It turns and stops so much better than my KTM300.
    The weight is also noticeable on those long loose rocky downhills, I seem to be able to carry far more speed on the 150 as well as be able to change lines more easily.
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  25. Honda CRF450RL (2021) Updated

    Great motorcycle. Great place to start building an Light Adventure Motorcycle. Tons of available options and accessories.  Sweet handling motorcycle.
    After a year, I have to say, it keeps getting better and better. Dialed in and running great.
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