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Pittbull

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About Pittbull

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    British Columbia
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    Trying not to die riding the 86 CR500, Single Track with my Husky FX350 & Husaberg TE300, trying not to fall off of the Sherco 300 Trials bike, riding all stealth like on my EM Sport Trials bike, canyon carving with my GSXR1000K7, cruising with the Victory Cross Roads Custom & Victory Hammer S, exploring 4X4 off road, Slalom and barefooting and water skiing.

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  1. Pittbull

    Random Picture Thread Reloaded

    What hill? [emoji38]
  2. Pittbull

    Random pics.

    Wow look at that shop. ---^
  3. Pittbull

    SENIOR DIRT RIDERS BLAB!

    From the firewood pit straight onto the scary ass, soon to be slippery log, suspended over solid cement bone breakers. Good thing the track designers these days are sadists or into mayhem and total destruction. Something tells me these guys may be reincarnated from days were they designed Roman Gladiator Coliseums....
  4. Pittbull

    SENIOR DIRT RIDERS BLAB!

    That is an image that 99.9999999999% of humans will never see through "their" goggles.
  5. Pittbull

    SENIOR DIRT RIDERS BLAB!

    Splatter the Jersey Barriers I could do, ride that log is a big no. Glad you said that jumping the whole thing wasn't an option. I'm going to think that those cement barriers are going to get slippery once they get covered in mud. Ibex rear should do wonders for your bike, assuming you still have one mounted. How are those swing arm guards holding up?
  6. Pittbull

    SENIOR DIRT RIDERS BLAB!

    Hard to fathom that there are guys out there with the talent to ride that log and do it under race conditions. I'm guessing most hard core riders will just try and jump the entire thing? Or is that even possible, cannot tell from the pictures. Any way I look at it, it scares the crap out of me.
  7. Suffering now but come hell or high water I'll be back riding by summer 2019.

  8. Pittbull

    Husabergs in Action Pictures

    I just had surgery yesterday to repair my right shoulder. I haven't been able to ride since the ROAE. Guessing it will be next summer before I'm back in the saddle. Videos like yours are keeping me from going insane, keep up the good work.
  9. Pittbull

    Husabergs in Action Pictures

    That was great, I so miss riding up there right now. BTW you need to fix the link, I had to copy it and paste it into Google to view.
  10. Pittbull

    My 1986 CR500 Build Thread

    Refitted the pipe I fixed up. It wasn't too bad but still had a few dents and twists. Was thinking about a new FMF for it simply for the bling but I've heard that these stock pipes had great performance characteristics so no real gains are to be had with aftermarket pipes. Finished the swing arm with the exception of the chain glide, I have to order a new one yet. Mounted the rads and hoses, the rads won't look that bad once hidden behind everything else. Still have the throttle assembly and all the electrical stuff to mount under the tank. I'm afraid it's not going to look like a complete bike until I get some wheels in a few months. Surgery tomorrow so won't be able to do much else for some time now but good to get it this far at least.
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    Random Picture Thread Reloaded

    With one finger.
  12. Pittbull

    My 1986 CR500 Build Thread

    A bit more progress, was contemplating new plastics all around but I think I'll hold off for a while. This stuff is good enough for now.
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    Random Picture Thread Reloaded

    Oh I see, well ok you're on the list but unfortunately for you you're quite a ways down. This bike seems to have gathered a few fans over the years, especially on GSXR.com. Still it would be the wife or my son getting rid of it (and everything else in my toy box). As long as I'm still kickin it'll be in my stable.
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    Oh think when it's time for me to stop riding this thing it'll get hung up on the wall. I'd never get my money back out of it, not by a long shot. Probably have a better chance by parting it out and that would kill me.
  15. Pittbull

    My 1986 CR500 Build Thread

    Thank you, I'm a bit stressed about it and the months of physio to follow but am looking forward to a possible life without this should pain.
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