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  1. Mudd94

    Starter bike for kids

    My biggest pet peeve about trying to help on these threads.
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    Starter bike for kids

    My kids started on a JR50. I think I paid $500. They were quickly on to a CRF50, paid $650. Then on to a KLX110, paid $750 (which was only $100 out of pocket b/c I sold the JR50 for $600). No reason to thousands of dollars on a kids first bike. Find a good deal on used and you will likely make money on the sale.
  3. I agree that because of the budget, a 2 stroke is going to be the best option. I wouldn't pin myself down on the color. Just find the newest option in your budget. The TC250 sounds like a good one. I would see if you can get him down a few hundred dollars, and put that money into suspension.
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    Rain and cold gear

    A.R.C. Foul Weather gear, pants and jacket.
  5. I don't see muffler in your pictures. If you are talking about the header pipe, looks stock to me.
  6. What about a cheap set of ski goggles?
  7. "Replace my Polar Pak hydration pack with a USWE Action Pack because I don't ride with Dancing Monkeys!" Hard to see, but the left shoulder strap is just about the fall off. I've been looking at the USWE pack b/c I'll have to buy something before too long. Need one for my son as well.
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    I like dean BUT

    I'd imagine these are things you've been doing your entire life. Whereas these guys don't go to school. My biggest issue with mx / sx racers is they're dumb. And listening to any of them speak is painful. I know what you mean, it sounds whiny for sure, but you have to put it in context. All that stuff has been done for him his entire life until recently.
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    Regrets Buying a New Motorcycle?

    I'll almost guarantee you you are going to regret financing a dirt bike. At one point or another.
  10. Like others have said, we need more description about your intended use. The main reason I suggested the 125 is because it's the closest thing to an 85 in a full size bike. Also, a 125 will make you a better rider. If you can ride a 125 efficiently, you'll be killing it if you move on to a 250f at some point. So, let us know more about what the kind of riding are wanting to do, and you will get better suggestions.
  11. If I went any slower I'd tip over.
  12. First off, dirt bikes need maintenance and break. You don't just buy it, ride it, and it costs you nothing, unless you want a clapped out POS. 5' 10" 170 lbs is way to big for an 85. If you are really wanting to get serious, a full size bike is in order. A 125 would be a good choice.
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