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    Good thing we do MOTOCROSS instead of MOTORCROSS, then.
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    WTH did I just read? Did someone let their 5 year old have a user name and play with the thread...
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    It's funny, there are risks in life, I get it. But, motoRcross doesn't even register when it comes to causes of death or dismemberment. I'm not saying that your child might be safer not doing it than doing it (duh!), but get real. One of the best things for kids is active participation and involvement by their parents. When I was regularly riding with my son out at the local Southern Ca tracks, it was probably the best times that we spent together. He was never serious, but we rode from probably when he was a late 4 until he was 9 or so and started to get into other sports. We'd spend an hour + driving out to the track, talking the whole way about school, life, his friends, etc. Then we'd take turns riding, having lunch, talking more, coaching how to ride, etc. Great, great times, and super high quality. We golf together now, which is probably just as good, but once he started to beat me occasionally at around 12 then I sent him away to military school. (jk) I wouldn't trade that quality time for the world.
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    Millennial parents will be the death of America
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    This wins my "Extreme Stupidity of the Week" award. This chick is clearly divorced and dragging MX into her many, many, many, control freak issues.
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    A few things had to go his way but I gotta say that Brayton rode like a seasoned veteran those last few laps. It would've been easy to choke with Tomac coming like a freight train but he held it together and rode amazing. He's got to be happy he's continued to put in the effort he has all these years to get a win at Daytona. I think this win is probably sweeter than a championship is for some because of how hard/long he had to fight for it. Well done Brayton.
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    What in the world did he take!?! Some kind of homo suppressant to keep his mind off peter puffing and focused on his sad excuse for a sport!?
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    There is not a pro on the gate that would not have gone for that hard pass in that turn, to win the title. And if Savatgy deserved the title, he wouldn't have let Zach catch him in the first place. But crossing lines in the air is totally different. There is no excuse for that. I can't think of 1 scenario when it is acceptable. If Forkner cleans him out in a corner, then so be it, but cross jumping when you know a guy is right next to you, is nonsense.
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    I like Forkner but that sketchy ass cross jump was intentional and a really dangerous douche move. Zach may ride aggressive but he makes his moves in turns and corners where the battles are supposed to be,.....not in the air! Austin better be ready because he's got one coming.
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    Somebody needs to remind Osborne what he did to savatgy last year at Vegas. And that was way more intentional and dirty than what forkner did.
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    My reaction would be to teach my son a lesson in respect.
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    After 35 years of marriage she's not gonna leave me. Sometimes it's better to ask for forgiveness than permission.
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    Don't ship it back unless you want to lose $40 and 2 weeks of time over a non issue. Rinse it out with soap and water, just to remove loose particulates. It's just surface rust and will be coated with oily carbon for the rest of it's life and will not effect the bike or pipe in any way after the first ride. Run that Bish like you stole it.
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    Sometime last week, there was some discussion as to whether I could lift my bike like Scott Summers. So I decided to try it and see.
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    helmet with quick straps and Oakley goggle and pants/jersey sent. Should be there Thursday 15th.
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    Strange that she is only worried about your children going into death sports, but is perfectly fine if you put your adopted children in them?? "If you are not ready to be a responsible parent please choose the adoption option rather than forcing your own kids into doing dangerous and even deadly activities for profit"
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    Well I don't know how it is in Ontario, but most Moms that work outside the home are also the ones that end up doing most of the housework, doing the shopping, and feeding the family. How many hours a week would that add up to? Most Moms don't get "a free ride". And you being the "Son" in this story, I'd just say that most kids aren't truly aware of all the dynamics going on in their family. Want to know what your Moms beef is? Sit her down, ask. Pin her down to what's bothering her. The dirtbikes is just an easy target for her to take her frustrations out on. Women like to talk. Let her and listen. Yeah, in case you're wondering. I lost my wife to divorce 25 years ago. It was a difficult time of self reflection and I did a lot of growing up afterwards.
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    God gave man his p***s and his brain but only enough blood to work one of them at a time. A man, during his nightly prayers asks God: "Oh, Lord... Why you’ve made women so beautiful?" God replies: "So you can love them, my child." "Fine, but my Lord, why you’ve made them so stupid?" "So that they can love you back, my child...!"
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    Anderson backed off that lap .. look at his lap times . he could care less about Webb .. the guy has disgraced the #2
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    Without knowing all the specifics and financials of literally everything, setting that aside. Just how you speak of your mother sounds terrible dude.
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    you guys are loosing it down there first it's socialism ,now your talking about gun control restrictor plates...are you kidding me I am going to give Donny a call to straighten you fellows out
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    It was just a matter of time His pelvis hasn’t been structurally sound since Roczen joined the team
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    OK I just made that up,... This is what Honda SHOULD be selling for 2018! It does weigh 215 wet but no gas, and it is street legal but its a worked over 2005 model. I built this for a friend and I think it addresses all the shortcomings of this bike. See how many improvements you can spot.
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    Energy drinks are the new cigarette companies. The product is crazy high profit margin. I must say that I do like how Red Bull is into extreme sports, like mtn biking off cliffs, downhill mtn bike through cities, skydiving, etc. Not sure if they like sports or want to see big crashes. Or want population control through Darwinism. I have argued that if you're sponsored by an energy drink company, you should have to drink one at the staring line. The first lap would look like the last lap of the Daytona 500, everyone is way too amped up.
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    What do we have here? Hmmm, a wooden box! Ohhhhh myyyyyyyy. 2017 YZ250 crate motor goodness. Just as pretty on this side. Ahhhh, a virgin. She passes the test...can't wait to ride her long and hard. And I know just where to put her. Will rebuild the current motor, which needs some transmission work, as a YZ250X.
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    I've seen a couple people talk about this idea, but not a write up on how to do it, so I figured I'd share how I did it. I started by buying some generic 3/4 heater hose to replace the existing radiator hose. I used a 3/4 x 3/4 x 1/2 female thread (the threaded hole was in the middle). Then used a 1/2 male thread by 3/8 barb into the tee. This is the feed, on the high pressure side of the engine. I used cheap 3/8 fuel line to run up underneath the plastic and between the frame and the gas tank where I added a ball valve to help control flow. Then it runs under the bar where I have a 3/8 x 3/8 x 3/8 barbed tee to split the flow to the ends on the bar Each side from the tee runs down the bar to a 3/8 barb by 1/8 npt elbow, just before the grip. I tapped pipe threads directly into the bar and used thread sealant to seal it. The coolant runs through the bar down to the middle where it drains out through a fitting that is 1/4 npt on one side and a 3/8 barb on the other. My bar is 'oversize' so it's diameter is 1-1/8 in the middle. A normal 7/8 bar may not be big enough for the 1/4 npt so you may have to use 1/8. That line runs down to the engine and dumps in just before the water pump with the same barbed tee, and elbow as the high pressure side. You also need to plug the ends of the bars. I used 5/8 plugs Here's an overview I filled the coolant by putting the bike on it's side so the end of the bar is the highest point and then fill it with coolant and then plug the end of the bar.
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    I have a buddy with three broken ribs right now, so I've been texting him jokes daily..... A man walks into a bar and orders three beers. The bartender brings him the three beers, and the man proceeds to alternately sip one, then the other, then the third, until they're gone. He then orders three more and the bartender says, "Sir, I know you like them cold, so you can start with one, and I'll bring you a fresh one as soon as you're low." The man says, "You don't understand. I have two brothers, one in Australia and one in the Ireland. We made a vow to each other that every Saturday night, we'd still drink together. So right now, my brothers have three beers, too, and we're drinking together." The bartender thinks it's a wonderful tradition, and every week he sets up the guy's three beers. Then one week, the man comes in and orders only two. He drinks them and then orders two more. The bartender says sadly, "Knowing your tradition, I'd just like to just say that I'm sorry you've lost a brother." The man replies, "Oh, my brothers are fine -- I just quit drinking."
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    I’ve ran across this page before, I’m pretty sure it’s a kid playing satire on moms and parents that are really like that. Which there is lol. theres also “Christian mother’s against masturbation”
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    4x divorcee giving marriage advice......
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    It It is a CRF 150 rb. It is built for teenagers MX racing. I got it because I only weigh 140# and am only 5' 6". It only weighs 200# with the trail riding mods. At my age (76) it was getting difficult to pick up the 265# 230 dual sport when I dropped it. I havent taken a photo since getting it together, but here is one I took of the new radiators when working on it.
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    Just reminiscing about one of the tougher rides I’ve ever been on. The trail leader scouted this virgin mountain and hiked it then rode it solo before taking us. Off camber, side hilling, no traction, rock crawling. It had a little bit of everything. Hell of a F-ing ride and a great experience. Suffering at its finest! At the time there has only been 3 to the top. One more made it last week. Any other takers!?
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    Suspension set up for my weight and riding conditions.
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    Who are you, and what have you done with HR?
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    When its cold in the garage and you have an awesome wife....#gottalovektmmaintenance
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    What I heard him say was that Americans don’t know how to setup suspension We all know Kenny likes LOTS of rebound
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    Let's be honest, you didn't have to spend $1500 on suspension. And you even admit you could have 'just bought springs', but you chose to go that much farther after all you read... Should have just rode the bike first, no? Regarding the performance of the suspension when you get up to speed? Are you an A level guy? And you spent $500 in guards, you would have to do that with any bike so it's a moot point. As well as grease the bearings and such... Quite whining and go ride your bike...or take up Chess..
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    My fiance barely tolerates me in the house - let alone my bikes
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    I just picked up my new 2018 Xtrainer. I'm short, and moving from a CRF230F, so this should be quite a new experience. I'm definately not a beginner, but it's been a while since I owned a smoker.... Here it is after braving the east coast snow storm, driving from PA to VA yesterday...