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  1. Hi all, long time stalker first time poster. Had my xr600r a few years now brought it with everything done lucky. Anyway it has sat in the shed for 3 or so years regoed and ready to Roll just to lazy to get my Lience. Now have it and I'm riding it to work Everyday saving ks on the car doing about 200 250 km a week, Loving the bike hasn't missed a beat but doing 80% of that Highway I want to set up for 100% road. I have picked up a set of cbr600 rims done some maching on them Got them to start fitting and taking shape but gave up on the idea Now I have my Lience it's back on. Has anyone on here done it? how much work is realy involved? Is the Juice worth the squeeze?? Ect ect. Send in your pics cbr rims or not show me your rigs!! I will have plenty more questions to ask you all that have Cheers.
  2. Receiving Key Updates the 2018 FS 450 Continues to set the Benchmark in Design, Technology & Performance June 13, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Husqvarna Motorcycles are proud to unveil the new 2018 Husqvarna FS 450 – an updated supermoto machine that successfully carries Husqvarna’s World Championship winning pedigree into a new era. Remaining committed to innovative product development, Husqvarna Motorcycles’ engineers have focused their attention on introducing further advances in engine performance, together with a fresh design that remains true to the brand’s Swedish heritage. Featuring high-tech components that have been successfully tested on tracks all-around the world, the new FS 450 offers unmatched performance ensuring that all supermoto riders will have the ideal machinery to achieve their competition goals. THE ESSENCE OF SUPERMOTO Embodying the pure essence of supermoto, the new FS 450 matches clean and functional design with outstanding performance from the single-cylinder SOHC engine. The updated MY18 engine receives an all-new slipper clutch developed by Swiss specialist Suter Industries. Preventing instability and hopping when braking hard into a turn, the clutch ensures maximum control for perfect supermoto-style drifting. To further modify the updated engine’s characteristics, the FS 450 features a handlebar map switch. Optimised for easy operation, the map switch also activates the launch control feature. By limiting the amount of power to the rear wheel, the system improves traction and prevents loss of control under hard acceleration. Working together to ensure maximum performance are a 44 mm Keihin throttle body, an exhaust system with inbuilt resonance chamber and a precise 5-speed gearbox. The updated engine is housed inside a hydro-formed, laser-cut and robot-welded steel frame that has been specifically designed by WP Performance Systems with calculated parameters of longitudinal and torsional flex. Unique to Husqvarna models, the composite subframe is made of 30% carbon fibre making it remarkably light and particularly strong. Designed with inlet ducts positioned precisely to prevent air deformation, the airbox ensures maximum airflow and maximum filter protection. The air filter is easily accessed, without tools, by removing the left side panel. Easy maintenance is guaranteed by the Twin Air filter and filter cage design that features a simple fail proof mounting system for accurate installation. Using top-level supermoto competition as a base for further development, the FS 450 is equipped with a set of black 16.5” and 17” Alpina spoked wheels for front and rear. The high-quality wheels are matched with Bridgestone 125/80 R420 and 165/65 R420 slick tyres for maximum grip, traction and agility. Manufactured to exacting standards, the ProTaper handlebars are second to none for function and style. Featuring class-leading fatigue resistance it comes with its ProTaper logos chemically applied and scratch and peel resistant. Exceptional stopping power is guaranteed by Brembo brakes, featuring a 310 mm front disc with a 4-piston radially mounted caliper for the front and a 220 mm disc for the rear wheels. The FS 450 gains a renewed look for model year 2018 with a new graphics design, together with an extra grip seat cover. Complementing these changes, the FS 450 is further enhanced by a full range of clothing and accessories. MY18 FS 450 HIGHLIGHTS => Lightweight Chromoly frame → Offering optimal torsional rigidity => Innovative carbon rear subframe → Optimal stiffness & design => Cast aluminium swingarm → Complete control & stability => Closed cartridge WP fork & CNC machined triple clamps => High tech EFI system & reliable electric start => New SUTER anti-slip clutch → Maximum control under hard braking => Lightweight Li-Ion battery → Easy starting in all conditions => Alpina Tubeless spoked wheels → Lightweight & high-quality => Bridgestone slick tyres → Optimal handling & performance => Radial Brembo brake caliper → Maximum stopping power => Functional bodywork → Fits riders of all sizes => Standard map switch → Launch control & traction control => Quality construction → Maximum efficiency & usability => New colours & seat cover → Incorporating traditional Husqvarna style The new Husqvarna MY18 FS 450 machine will be available worldwide from July 2017 at all authorised Husqvarna Motorcycles Dealers. For all details on pricing and availability, please refer to your national Husqvarna Motorcycles Subsidiary or Importer. Husqvarna Motorcycles. Tradition on two wheels since 1903. Husqvarna Motorcycles are widely known and respected in the off-road world for a heritage of competition and numerous motocross and enduro world championships. Originally founded in Sweden in 1903, Husqvarna Motorcycles have been designed and manufactured in Mattighofen, Austria since 2013. Source: Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH
  3. Hey guys I really hope someone could give me some advice/help. I can get a set of 16” rims off a cbr900rr not sure what year model for dirt cheap and wondering if there was a way that i could make the setup work for a supermoto conversion on a 12 crf450r? Mayb do a bearing change and make up a plate for a caliper or something along those lines? Does anyone have any experience using superbike rims for their conversions? Any advice will be highly welcomed and appreciated.
  4. AMA partners with DRT Racing for 2017 season PICKERINGTON, OH – February 24, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The 2017 AMA Supermoto National Championship Series features five rounds of racing in five states, sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association. The series includes the return of many popular venues, plus one new venue at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Fla. “The 2017 series promises to be exciting,” said AMA Track Racing Manager Ken Saillant. “The AMA Supermoto National Championship Series showcases North America’s top Supermoto talent and provides amateur racers the opportunity to compete at premier racing facilities alongside some of the top Supermoto teams in the industry.” The 2017 season begins with DRT Racing as the new series promoter. “We welcome DRT Racing for the 2017 Supermoto season,” Saillant said. “Working with an organization that has strong industry ties creates opportunities for our members to really feel connected with the Supermoto community.” The AMA Supermoto National Championship Series includes novice, youth, intermediate and age- and displacement-based classes, as well as classes that feature some of the best Supermoto talent in the country. Supermoto combines exciting elements of motocross, dirt track and road racing into one dynamic discipline. It features jumps, high-speed straights and both dirt and asphalt surfaces. Track variations and venues can vary considerably. Supermoto events have taken place at purpose-built facilities, in sports stadiums, on casino properties and on closed-course cityscape street layouts. The discipline originated in the United States in the late 1970s and was initially popularized by the ABC Wide World of Sports “Superbikers” show that featured the best dirt trackers, motocrossers and road racers of the time. 2017 AMA Supermoto National Championship Series Schedule Round 1 – April 8 Kern County Raceway – Bakersfield, Calif. Round 2 – May 6 Musselman Honda Circuit – Tucson, Ariz. Round 3 – Aug. 5-6 GP3R Trois Rivières – Quebec, Canada Round 4 – Sept. 16 Downtown Sturgis – Sturgis, S.D. Round 5 – Oct. 7 Five Flags Speedway – Pensacola, Fla. About the American Motorcyclist Association Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world’s largest motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the AMA advocates for riders’ interests at all levels of government and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events every year. The AMA also provides money-saving discounts on products and services for its members. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit www.americanmotorcyclist.com. Not a member? Join the AMA today. Source: American Motorcyclist Association
  5. SuMo Time: Sumotoberfest SuperSprechermoto SuMoSwarm w/ Friends Menards in Carpentersville, Illinois 10AM meet... SUNDAY: 52–72°Mostly Sunny THis is actually a combination of two groups meeting up... mostly backroads, twists, turns... Supermoto Swarm There are currently around 12 people in each group and more joining by the hour. We're avoiding gravel and offroad this time so we can include our Supermoto-challenged friends =D -- so bring a friend, or a 'backpack'. Yes, sometimes we go fast -- but the group waits for people to catch up. So, just come ride! While we, as a primarily Supermoto group, really love having as many supermotos as possible out on rides, bring your Supermoto if you have one, otherwise bring whatever. Bring a friend. I don't know how well a GROM would keep up. We've got KTMs, Suzukis, Yamahas, Husq, ducati, etc... Most of the time we're all back to the launch point by 2:30 / 3PM, but it just depends. http://www.sprecherspub.com/ The group is not a internet gawker group -- we're a group that RIDES -- not TALKS about riding -- but RIDES. So, if you RIDE, come RIDE. Don't join the group to be a lurker -- there are already a million groups you can join if you just want to be a lurker. A bunch of the guys use Sena intercoms, so if you have it... If you request to join the group and don't answer questions (designed to see if you actually ride, and are not just a lurker), and your profile doesn't seem tro indicate that you actually ride, you risk not being admitted into the group... THE GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SupermotoDundee THE EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/1963818857167157 Previous smaller events: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F80UPonJNos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZfHvtnznpY
  6. Hello there, In about a week, I'm gonna buy myself a DRZ 400 SM 2005 model with about 10 000 miles (16 000 km ) on it, and i was woundering if any one could help me with pointers i could have when i check the bike, like common faults or similar stuff to look out for when test riding etc etc. It's gonna be my first bike, so all tips are appriciated!
  7. Six rounds slated for April through September PICKERINGTON, OH – January 10, 2018 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The 2018 AMA Supermoto National Championship Series features six rounds of action beginning April 14 in Boise, Idaho, giving professional and amateur racers the chance to demonstrate their skills on both dirt and pavement. “Supermoto is an exciting form of motorcycle racing, for competitors and spectators,” said AMA Track Racing Manager Ken Saillant. “We look forward to some excellent racing in some great venues in the United States and Canada this year.” Supermoto is a mixture of street-style racing and motocross in which racers compete on a track that combines dirt and pavement and includes jumps and sliding through turns. Track venues can range from football stadiums to closed-course streets to parking lots. The series, sanctioned by the AMA and promoted by DRT Racing Inc., crowns professional and amateur champions and features four classes: the Pro Open class, the Pro Lites class, the Amateur National class and the Sportsman class. “We are honored to have this opportunity in bringing supermoto to the people for the next three years,” said Alex Mock, president of DRT Racing Inc. The series also is sanctioned by FIM North America as the FIM NA Supermoto Continental Championship. “FIM North America is very pleased to continue its association with DRT Racing Inc. in the promotion of the FIM NA Supermoto Continental Championship,” said Marilynn Bastedo, president of FIM North America. “We are especially glad that a round will take place in each of the two FIM NA member countries, encouraging participation by Canadian riders, as well as Americans.” For more information about the AMA Supermoto National Championship Series, visit the promoter’s website: www.drtracinginc.com or visit www.amasupermotonational.com. 2018 AMA Supermoto National Championship Series Schedule Round 1: April 14: Boise, Idaho: Expo Idaho (Season opener with motorcycle show) Round 2: May 13: Tucson, Ariz.: Musselman Honda Circuit (4th Annual Military Appreciation Race) Round 3: June 8: Austin, Texas: Travis County Expo Center (23rd Anniversary Republic of Texas Rally) Round 4: June 9: Austin, Texas: Travis County Expo Center Round 5: Aug. 3-5: Quebec, Canada: GP3R Trois-Rivières (3rd Annual GP3R w/ FIA World Rallycross) Round 6: Sept. 8: Sturgis, S.D.: Downtown Sturgis (6th Annual Streets of Sturgis Supermoto)
  8. I'm new here, thought i'd show you my bike! I bought it last year for €250, which is an absolute steal! The bike is in epic condition, all original plastic pieces are there, and no shitty replacement parts. Also got 2 brand new genuine honda radiators on it. The previous owner had just rebuild the engine ( piston, cranck, bearings, gears ) and the front suspension. Only thing he didn't care about are the looks. So i've always wanted a street legal 2 stroke SM. This not being a CR500 but it's the next best thing. I love steel CR's since my first bike was a highly modified CR125 1996. I've also owned a KX250 and YZ125 but didn't like them as i did the honda's. I've rebuild the bike from the ground up, but i'm not going to show all the basic rebuild pics. Here's what i did so far. Handy:bannana: New original honda rads Finished in enduro trim with new plastics Bought some wheels and fatbar:thumbup: I believe these are for CR(F)s with the bigger axles.The rear hub required a 25mm axle, so a made an aluminium adapter on the lathe. 20mm ID 25mm OD. Spacers didn't even need modification. Wheels are in!:D Ordered these graphics. Think i will order some extra radiator plastics as want to keep the original ones with the purple seat intact. "new" rear shock. The one that is now in the bike is not 2way adjustable. ( if you watch closely, you see a missing brake lever.. Yea i crashed the bike the first ride :$) Now the focus is on getting a plate on it, as well as some lights. Oh and a 320mm brake setup. Please share your thoughts of this bike with me! What should I do next? Total spend €1015. Remember everything on the bike is as new.
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