Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'GasGas'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Dirt Bikes
    • General Dirt Bike Forums
    • Make / Model Specific
    • Dirt Bike Technical Forums
    • Special Interest Forums
    • Dirt Bike Regional Discussion
  • General
  • ATV / UTV
  • Inside TT
  • ThumperTalk Clubs FAQ & Help's FAQ/Help & Discussion
  • Chadwick, Missouri: Information & Riding's Topics
  • So Cal Flattrack's Club Forum
  • Thumperjunkies - Ottawa & Eastern Ontario Riders's Discussion
  • Jersey MX and offroad's Places you ride
  • Jersey MX and offroad's Discussion
  • SE Ohio Riders's Club Discussion
  • NorCal Trail Riders Forum's Topics
  • Northern Nevada Roaming Bastards's Discussion
  • North Texas Enduro Riders's Topics
  • Twistin it in PHX's Introduce yourself!
  • Twistin it in PHX's Discussion
  • So-Cal Track and Trail's 1st club ride coming soon...
  • Moto TnT Track & Trail's Moto Tnt Racing Questions
  • Moto TnT Track & Trail's Rider's Forum
  • Dualspot Riders Orange County So~CaL's Club Discussion
  • Chester County PA DS/Adventure's Im here
  • Chester County PA DS/Adventure's Ride Dates & Times
  • Niagara region's Club Discussion
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's Unanounced ride(s) recap(s)
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's Supplements & recovery aids
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's Bikes maintenance & restoration
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's Safety gear & apparel
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's General
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's Riding technique
  • Sacramento Area Trail Riders's Club Discussion
  • Sacramento Area Trail Riders's Info from another club
  • NC woods riders.'s Club Discussion
  • Colorado US Route 50 Rides's Club Discussion
  • Middle GA Off-Road & Trails's Club Discussion
  • WNY Dual Sport Trail Riders's General Discussion's
  • SoCal JUST RIGHT riding club's SUNDAY 10.13
  • OREGON Riders Club's Club Discussion
  • Glamis bike crew's Topics
  • Glamis bike crew's One last trip
  • Glamis bike crew's Let’s hit the dunes!
  • South Texas Dirt riders's Topics
  • PNW Trail Maintenance Club's Trail equipment and how to carry it
  • PNW Trail Maintenance Club's General Discussion
  • PNW Trail Maintenance Club's Introduce Yourself
  • New England riders's Events
  • SC Dirt Riders's Topics
  • Club RMX's Photos and videos
  • Club RMX's Engine & Engine tuning
  • Club RMX's Chassis, Suspension, & tuning
  • Club RMX's Electrical and electronics
  • Club RMX's Body, fender, & Graphics
  • Club RMX's Build projects
  • Club RMX's Everything else
  • Club RMX's Classifieds
  • North GA Trail Riders's Topics
  • NorOnt Trail Riders's Topics
  • Virginia Supermoto's Club Discussion
  • Kentucky Trail Riders Club's Topics
  • ADK ADV's Notes
  • Pennsylvania Dirtbike Riders's introductions
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's General discussion
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's General discussion
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's Adventurepalooza 2021
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's Organized ride section
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's Gpx files
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's For sale items
  • WISCONSIN TRACK RIDERS's Racing

Categories

  • Powersports Gear & Apparel
  • Universal Parts & Accessories
  • Parts & Acc. - Japanese Bikes
    • Honda Parts & Accessories
    • Kawasaki Parts & Accessories
    • Suzuki Parts & Accessories
    • Yamaha Parts & Accessories
  • Parts & Acc. - Euro Bikes
    • Beta Parts & Accessories
    • Husqvarna Parts & Accessories
    • KTM Parts & Accessories
    • Other Euro Parts & Accessories
  • Motorcycles
    • Off-Road Motorcycles
    • Dual Sport Motorcycles
    • Street Motorcycles

Products Categories

Vehicles Categories

Garages

Blogs

There are no results to display.

There are no results to display.

Calendars

  • ThumperTalk Clubs FAQ & Help's Club Calendar
  • Chadwick, Missouri: Information & Riding's Events
  • So Cal Flattrack's Club Calendar
  • So Cal Flattrack's Events
  • Thumperjunkies - Ottawa & Eastern Ontario Riders's Club Calendar
  • Thumperjunkies - Ottawa & Eastern Ontario Riders's Events
  • SE Ohio Riders's Events Calendar
  • NorCal Trail Riders Forum's Ride & Event calendar
  • Northern Nevada Roaming Bastards's Stuff that happens on a particular date
  • Central Washington riders's Events
  • Central Washington riders's Group ride?
  • Dualspot Riders Orange County So~CaL's Events Calendar
  • Niagara region's Club Events Calendar
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's I love Mondays trail ride
  • Sacramento Area Trail Riders's Events Calendar
  • Sacramento Area Trail Riders's First round of Hollister 2020
  • NC woods riders.'s Club Calendar
  • Colorado US Route 50 Rides's Club Calendar
  • Middle GA Off-Road & Trails's Club Calendar
  • OREGON Riders Club's Club Calendar
  • PNW Trail Maintenance Club's Calendar
  • North County San Diego - DirtbikesWithDad.com's 2020 Calendar
  • North GA Trail Riders's Ride Calendar
  • Virginia Supermoto's Club Calendar
  • Kentucky Trail Riders Club's Events

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Facebook


Instagram


Twitter


TikTok


YouTube


TeleGram


LinkedIn


Website


Interests

Found 369 results

  1. 0 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Youth Warranty (Months): 6 Revision Status: Carryover Mfr Recommended Minimum Age: 12 ENGINE Displacement (cc): 50 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: SOHC Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Continuously Variable (CVT) Number of Speeds: N/A Primary Drive System: Chain Reverse: Yes DRIVELINE Driveline Type: 4X2 Number of Driveline Modes: 1 Limited Slip Differential: Not Available Differential Lock: Not Available BRAKES Front Brakes: Drum Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): AT 20 X 7-8 Rear Tire(s): AT 19 X 8-8 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 38.4 / 975.4 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 260 / 117.9 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 1.5 / 5.7 Seat Height (in / mm): N/A Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Halogen Headlight(s): Standard Front Rack: Not Available Rear Rack: Not Available
  2. 0 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Youth Warranty (Months): 6 Revision Status: Carryover Mfr Recommended Minimum Age: 12 ENGINE Displacement (cc): 50 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: SOHC Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Continuously Variable (CVT) Number of Speeds: N/A Primary Drive System: Chain Reverse: Yes DRIVELINE Driveline Type: 4X2 Number of Driveline Modes: 1 Limited Slip Differential: Not Available Differential Lock: Not Available BRAKES Front Brakes: Drum Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): AT 20 X 7-8 Rear Tire(s): AT 19 X 8-8 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 38.4 / 975.4 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 260 / 117.9 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 1.5 / 5.7 Seat Height (in / mm): N/A Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Halogen Headlight(s): Standard Front Rack: Not Available Rear Rack: Not Available
  3. 0 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Year: 2004 Manufacturer: Gas Gas Model: Wild HP 450 Engine Type: Mono-cylinder,2-stroke w/admission directly into the crankcase and exhaust valve Engine Displacement: 349.4cc Bore & Stroke: 62.5mm x 65mm Compression Ratio: NA Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Fuel System: Keihin Carburator PWK Ignition: Electronic with CDI Starting System: Electric Transmission: 6 speeds with multidisk clutch with hydraulic command Final Drive: Chain Rake and Trail: NA Wheel Base: 49.21 in. Seat Height: NA Front Suspension: Arms combined with long stroke shock absorbers and variable damping system Rear Suspension: Aluminum Tilt. Progressive system with mono shock absorber Front Brake: Auto-ventilated dosk brakes, 180mm floating double-piston caliper Rear Brake: Auto-ventilated disk and single-piston caliper Front Tire: Aluminum Tire 21 x 7-10 in. Rear Tire: Aluminum tire 20 x 11-9 in. Fuel Capacity: 3.17 gal. Dry Weight: NA
  4. 0 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Sport Warranty (Months): 6 Revision Status: Carryover Mfr Recommended Minimum Age: 12 ENGINE Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: SOHC Displacement (cc/ci): 249 / 15.2 Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Continuously Variable (CVT) Primary Drive (Rear Wheel): Chain Reverse: Yes DRIVELINE Front Tire (Full Spec): 21 X 7-10 Rear Tire (Full Spec): 22 X 11-9 BRAKES Front Brake Type: Dual Hydraulic Disc Rear Brake Type: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Wheelbase (in/mm): 46.9 / 1190 Dry Weight (lbs/kg): 441 / 200 Fuel Capacity (gal/l): 3.2 / 12 SPECIFICATIONS Seat Height (in/mm): 35 / 890 Number Of Seats: 1 FEATURES Driveline Type: 4X2 Number Of Driveline Modes: 1 Halogen Headlight (s): Standard
  5. Hey everyone I recently just traded my kx450f for a 2016 ktm 300 for trails, single track and the hare scramble. I'm just curious if the ktm 300 can be a decent race bike for mx? I know almost anything can be raced but is this a decent bike for racing? I wanna be able to do single track tight stuff and still take it out to the mx track is it possible? Should I look into a different exhaust for more high end? Change the teeth on my sprocket? What can I do to make it better? Or is it not worth trying? I would've gotten a 250sx but do a lot of trails as well. Thanks
  6. GO FOR IT YOU DIE HARDS BEST BIKES OUT THERE SHOW US PICS FAVORITE RIDE SEXIEST BIKE WHAT BRAND IS BEST??
  7. Hello all! I'm new to this forum, so I wanted to introduce myself and see I could be of any assistance. I'm a strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) with the NSCA and I run a website where we have free programs and some more comprehensive programs for sale. We also have articles on fitness, garage gym set up and equipment and a lot more! I'm not sure what the etiquette is here, so I won't post any links, but let me know if I can be of any assistance or help in any way! Although I haven't raced that much in the past few years, my primary discipline is Enduro racing. I ride a 2005 GasGas 300 XC. I'm looking forward to chatting with everyone.
  8. hi, i just bought a 2013 gas gas xc300 e with 20 hours on it. the owner before me pulled the electric start off and the headlight and taillight wiring. in the process of hooking the electric start and lights back up i have confused myself and am wondering if anyone has an easy to follow diagram or some good pictures of the wiring on their bike. im not very good at following wiring diagram and the one on the gas gas website in my opinion sucks. any help on this would be very much appreciated. thank you
  9. Hello everyone, I've been eyeing the GG300 XC/EC/GP for some time now. At my local dealer there is a brand new 19' 300xc for a killer deal. This would be my first GG. Doesn't seem like I could go wrong getting one. I've done allot of research on the bike, read some thorogh reviews from other TT members and they seem very stout with a few quirks like with any other brand, bike is really speaking to me. I do have a few questions that I'm not finding anywhere, sorry if this have been brought up already, I'm not seeing it in the search or Google. 1. Can you put the EC headlight on the XC? If so, is it a easy plug and play like the KTM xc? 2. Since KTM got their greedy fingers in the GG pie have parts been harder to get/more expensive? Thanks
  10. 1 comment

    My 1999 GG TXT 321
  11. 1 review

    Be more Taddy on the GASGAS EC 300! A bike that will take you anywhere offroad, it's a modern-day work horse of a dirt bike with the ability to make light work of the gnarliest offroad terrain. Built to deliver enjoyment by the bucket load, its state of the art 2-stroke technology ensures smooth and clean power that's easy-to-use. Requiring no premix and guaranteeing low maintenance costs, it delivers awesome handling and benefits from reduced fuel consumption. GASGAS Enduro bikes are built to look good and perform to the very highest levels, which is why all of our bodywork ensures complete harmony between rider and bike, providing the perfect ergonomics and contact points for maximum freedom of movement. The modern design and red plastics reflect our vibrant, Spanish personality while our straightforward graphics proudly say GASGAS! An ergonomically designed flat seat profile, combined with a high grip seat cover, deliver superior comfort and control in all conditions. ENGINE TRANSMISSION 6-speed STARTER Electric starter STROKE 72 mm BORE 72 mm CLUTCH DDS wet multi-disc clutch, Braktec hydraulics DISPLACEMENT 293.2 cm³ EMS Continental EMS DESIGN 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine CHASSIS WEIGHT (WITHOUT FUEL) 106.2 kg TANK CAPACITY (APPROX.) 8.5 l FRONT BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 260 mm REAR BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 220 mm FRONT BRAKE Disc brake REAR BRAKE Disc brake CHAIN X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4" FRAME DESIGN Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4 steel FRONT SUSPENSION WP XPLOR-USD, Ø 48 mm REAR SUSPENSION WP XACT Monoshock with linkage SEAT HEIGHT 950 mm STEERING HEAD ANGLE 63.5 ° SUSPENSION TRAVEL (FRONT) 300 mm SUSPENSION TRAVEL (REAR) 300 mm
  12. 0 reviews

    We do electric too! Our MC-E 5 is a no-nonsense junior motocross bike that’s super quiet and super fun. Ideal for youngsters to learn on, it’s fitted with a quick charging electric power pack and offers 6 different ride modes for complete parental control. But make no mistake about it, the MC-E 5 is no toy – it’s a fully-fledged competition bike aimed at both beginners and junior berm bashers. Easy to transport and benefiting from zero emissions and almost zero sound, with its super durable frame, premium WP suspension, overall lightweight construction, adjustable seat height and high-quality parts it’s a bike that’ll ensure hours and hours of fun. Sharp lines and ergonomics that ensure all young riders and racers feel settled, comfortable and in full control, the MC-E 5 is designed to not only look awesome but allow kids to perform at their best, too. ENGINE RATED OUTPUT 2 kW / 3,200 rpm TORQUE 13.8 Nm TRACTION BATTERY Lithium-ion BATTERY CAPACITY 21 Ah RATED VOLTAGE 48 V CHARGER LINE VOLTAGE 80-240 V/50-60 Hz CHARGING INPUT Quick charging 5 A @ 230 V (AC) CHARGING POWER 900 W CHARGING TIME 100 % 70 min. CHARGING TIME 80 % 45 min. COOLING Air cooled ELECTRIC MOTOR 48 V - BLDC motor with outer rotor 6000 rpm MAX. POWER 5 kW / 3,900 rpm CHASSIS FRONT BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 160 mm REAR BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 160 mm FRONT BRAKE Disc brake REAR BRAKE Disc brake CHAIN 1/2 x 3/16" FRAME DESIGN25Cr Mo4 steel central-tube frame FRONT SUSPENSION XACT 35 WP Upside-Down fork, Ø 35 mm GROUND CLEARANCE 252 mm REAR SUSPENSION XACT WP PDS mono shock SEAT HEIGHT 665 mm STEERING HEAD ANGLE 66 ° SUSPENSION TRAVEL (FRONT) 205 mm SUSPENSION TRAVEL (REAR) 185 mm
  13. 0 reviews

    The GASGAS MC 85 is a non-nonsense performance bike that packs a serious punch. Built to give youngsters an exciting full-on race bike that allows them to continue developing their skills, armed with its powerful and reliable motor, WP suspension and bodywork that's specifically designed to suit younger riders, it's a mini racer that delivers performance and durability and a whole lot of fun. The mini motocrosser most riders will compete on before stepping up to one of our full-sized bikes, we wanted to make sure the MC 85 looks as good as it performs. Giving growing riders the space they need to easily and comfortably move around, the bike's ergonomics help boost confidence. The striking red of the bike's panels, and the high grip seat cover, certainly help the MC 85 stand out from the pack ENGINE TRANSMISSION 6-speed STARTER Kickstarter STROKE 48.95 mm BORE 47 mm CLUTCH Wet, multi-disc clutch, Formula hydraulics DISPLACEMENT 84.9 cm³ EMS MEDJ digital DESIGN 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine CHASSIS WEIGHT (WITHOUT FUEL) 68 kg TANK CAPACITY (APPROX.) 5.2 l FRONT BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 240 mm REAR BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 220 mm FRONT BRAKE Disc brake REAR BRAKE Disc brake CHAIN 1/2 x 5/16" FRAME DESIGN 25CrMo4 steel central-tube frame FRONT SUSPENSION XACT 43 WP Upside-Down fork, Ø 43 mm GROUND CLEARANCE 377 mm REAR SUSPENSION XACT WP PDS mono shock SEAT HEIGHT 890 mm STEERING HEAD ANGLE 66 ° SUSPENSION TRAVEL (FRONT) 280 mm SUSPENSION TRAVEL (REAR) 305 mm
  14. 0 reviews

    Get ready for awesome! Packed with innovative technology and pumping out seriously impressive performance, the MC 450F sure knows the meaning of fast. But with its precise and easy handling, super compact engine and class-leading electronic wizardry it's a big bike that's easy to ride and great for banging bars. Red with a splash of white. That's the way we like it! The bodywork fitted to all GASGAS motocross bikes not only reflects our vibrant, Spanish personality but also ensures complete harmony between rider and bike. Considered ergonomics allow unrestricted movement while our flat, high-grip seat profile delivers comfort and control in all conditions. The technology in our frames ensures riders enjoy playful handling and an energetic feeling on any motocross tracks. Underneath the red powder coating there's a lightweight chromium molybdenum steel, hydro-formed, laser-cut and robot-welded chassis that's built to perform. Designed to be rigid where it needs to be rigid and to flex where flex is needed, it provides exceptional rider feedback, energy absorption and straight-line stability. Big power and monstrous amounts of torque from a compact SOHC motor that weighs just 27kg, including the electric starter! The MC 450F rips but thanks to centralization being key to the motor's design, the 62 hp power unit is positioned more centrally within the frame, ensuring a positive effect on the bike's overall handling. Fast is fun but slowing down is essential, which is why all GASGAS motocross bikes are fitted with Brembo calipers and controls. With 260mm front and 220mm rear disks, braking is easy, inspiring riders to push harder and ride faster. ENGINE TRANSMISSION 5-speed STARTER Electric starter STROKE 63.4 mm BORE 95 mm CLUTCH Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics DISPLACEMENT 449.9 cm³ EMS Keihin EMS DESIGN 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine CHASSIS WEIGHT (WITHOUT FUEL) 100 kg TANK CAPACITY (APPROX.) 7 l FRONT BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 260 mm REAR BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 220 mm FRONT BRAKE Disc brake REAR BRAKE Disc brake CHAIN 5/8 x 1/4" FRAME DESIGN Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4 steel FRONT SUSPENSION WP XACT-USD, Ø 48 mm GROUND CLEARANCE 370 mm REAR SUSPENSION WP XACT Monoshock with linkage SEAT HEIGHT 950 mm STEERING HEAD ANGLE 63.9 ° SUSPENSION TRAVEL (FRONT) 310 mm SUSPENSION TRAVEL (REAR) 300 mm
  15. 0 comments

    So far so good! My first tpi bike. Needed a bit of work to get it to feel like my 2019 carbed 300, but I really like it so far. All setup for hard enduro, it tips the scales @ 254lbs with a full tank, ready to rip. 4 lbs heavier than my 2019 carbed bike.
  16. Thinking about trading a 16 yz250f (60th anniversary in mint shape) for a 19 gas gas xc300. Wondering what the difference is between a pre KTM gas gas and a post KTM gas gas. I’m a trail rider and run the occasional woods race so I figure the gas gas is better for that. Have there been any issues with them and is there anything I should know? Any help is appreciated, thanks
  17. I have a question for all you guys who have some type of hand guards on the stock 2018 handle bars 300 ec Gas Gas. The ends are a night mare. nothing will seem to fit. IT appears that the end opening is less than a 1/2 inch and the walls are thick inside. The closest i got on hardware working is the cycra ultra pro HCM set, the barrel nut on the end is ecver so slightly too large. i thought about drilling it or just buying some new style handle bars that will accept the larger size like my pro tapper evo woods bars on my yzx. any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
  18. 1 review

    The big-bike, little-bike, best of both worlds bike! Ensuring proven performance, the EX 350F delivers the light and agile handling of a 250cc 4-stroke with power that's more than enough to satisfy any rider wanting the grunt of a 450cc 4-stroke. A truly versatile bike, together with WP suspension, awesome ergonomics and a cross-country specific 6-speed gearbox it's a truly user-friendly woods weapon, and one hell of a fun ride. ENGINE TRANSMISSION 6-speed STARTER Electric starter STROKE 57.5 mm BORE 88 mm CLUTCH Wet multi-disc DS clutch, Brembo hydraulics DISPLACEMENT 349.7 cm³ EMS Keihin EMS DESIGN 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine CHASSIS WEIGHT (WITHOUT FUEL) 100 kg TANK CAPACITY (APPROX.) 8.5 l FRONT BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 260 mm REAR BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 220 mm FRONT BRAKE Disc brake REAR BRAKE Disc brake CHAIN5/8 x 1/4" FRAME DESIGN Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4 steel FRONT SUSPENSION WP XACT-USD, Ø 48 mm GROUND CLEARANCE 375 mm REAR SUSPENSION WP XACT Monoshock with linkage SEAT HEIGHT 950 mm STEERING HEAD ANGLE 63.9 ° SUSPENSION TRAVEL (FRONT) 310 mm SUSPENSION TRAVEL (REAR) 300 mm ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - EMS As well as controlling the Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) on all our 4-strokes, the Keihin EMS system also features a gear sensor, tailoring the delivery of power for each gear. Small and light, the Keihin unit is super-fast at processing engine data. BRAKES From high-speed straightaways to technical forest single tracks, our Brembo brake calipers and high-performance 260mm front and 220mm rear discs deliver impressive stopping power and an all-important smooth, controllable action. MOTOR The DOHC 350cc motor might shares much of its design with the EX 250F motor but looks can be deceiving! Providing a significant increase in power and torque, the compact 4-stroke motor has a 450-rivalling power to weight ratio making it a strong and serious cross country racer. Compact and light, weighting just 27.2 kg the motor helps give our mid-sized cross country bike a lightweight, easy going character.
  19. For an entry level Trials bike, which would be more reliable: Montesa 315R, Scorpa SY-250, GasGas TXT 260? Assuming my budget is $2k-3k. I'm assuming that some of the drivetrain parts from Honda or Yamaha would work for the first two. A couple of weeks ago, there was a Montesa 315R on Facebook Trials Bikes For Sale group for $2500 about 6 hours away. Now I know, I should have got in my truck and started driving for it as soon as I saw the ad. Ken 86 VFR700 85 K100RT 91 XR250 97 XR100 70 CT70 06 YFM400 Past Bikes: 95 VLX600 86 TRX250 02 GZ250 83 Z50R 78 ATC90 86 XR250 79 XR500 72 AT1 75 YZ360 78 DT400 75 DT125 73 Trail 70 Dad's bikes I rode in high school 69 CL175K3 Scrambler 71 R5-B (RD350 predecessor)
×
×
  • Create New...