hollywood_72

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  1. Not sure, it might be listed under Plus One Performance on the Beta USA website. Either way, buying from Steve was the best experience I've had when buying new. He is a one man shop so more like buying from a friend than a dealership. Super helpful with all the questions I had and made sure I was buying the right extras instead of just buying things not needed. By the way, you can find him on the forum under "motoxgiant". Kennedy
  2. Where are you located in Michigan? I bought my 390 from Steve at: http://www.afterhourscycle.com if you're serious about buying do yourself a favor and give him a call. Kennedy
  3. The best way I found is to use some golf club Double-Sided Grip Tape. Put the tape on your handle bars spray some gas on the tape and inside you grip, slip it on and let it dry (about 30 minutes). I've never had a grip come loose. https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p/the-golfworks-double-sided-grip-tape-2-inches-x-36-yards-papmachaphmlbpcl/papmachaphmlbpcl?camp=CSE:DSG_pg81992_ecom_PLA_452&gclid=CjwKCAjwsdfZBRAkEiwAh2z65lQVVXV4whDctQH3bH8b_JT_BWvorljOZoNmDfSXMpyILGnptJstvRoC-gkQAvD_BwE Kennedy
  4. Question for you guys with young riders. I picked up a almost new (ridden twice by previous owners kid) 2014 CRF110 for my 5 year. It's way too big and heavy for him so I'm going to keep him on his XR50 for now. Question is do I sell it and buy him something else later or keep it and wait until he grows into it? A couple of thoughts, do I want to let it sit around for a year or 2 un-ridden and do we look into a 50/65cc 2 stroke as his next bike when he's ready to move up. What did your kids move up to after their beginner bike??? Kennedy
  5. Question for you guys with young riders. I picked up a almost new (ridden twice by previous owners kid) 2014 CRF110 for my 5 year. It's way too big and heavy for him so I'm going to keep him on his XR50 for now. Question is do I sell it and buy him something else later or keep it and wait until he grows into it? A couple of thoughts, do I want to let it sit around for a year or 2 un-ridden and do we look into a 50/65cc 2 stroke as his next bike when he's ready to move up. What did your kids move up to after their beginner bike??? Kennedy
  6. Mine has not broke but my friends did, I think it's due to the seat pressing it into the edge of the battery. I looked at mine the other day and I can see that it is wearing down and I'm sure it will let loose this year. Kennedy
  7. First ride of the year for me in Michigan.
  8. Here is a list of BRC supporters: https://sharetrails.org/member-organizations-businesses/ And ORBA members: http://www.orba.biz/orba-members/ Kennedy
  9. Do you like red or white? I would save the $$$ on the 2017 and put it towards the correct springs. By the way I like red: Kennedy
  10. Couldn't agree more and it's nice that I drive right past him on my way to and from work. Kennedy
  11. Sweet bike, you'll love it. I bought my bike from Motoxgiant (Steve @ PlusOne Performance) and he setup the springs for my weight before I took delivery. I haven't touched the valving yet but it handles and rides great with just the springs. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Steve for your suspension work. Kennedy
  12. Nice, I'm just down the road from you in Tecumseh. I bought my 390 from Steve at plus one performance. Kennedy
  13. What part of Michigan are you from and where did you buy it? Just wondering if your name is referencing the Loch Erin in Onsted? Kennedy
  14. Hey Dances with trees, do you ride the trails or just back country? Wondering how the snow bikes handle on the trails. Thanks, Kennedy
  15. I definitely need to get up there more on the bike, most of my time riding up there was on a sled. Kennedy