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Old 08-21-2013, 11:22 PM   #1
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What do your ride off road?

What Do you ride off road besides jeeps? I ride a 1987 Yamaha Banshee, Rm 125, and a soon a VW sand rail!
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KLR 650



I've ridden YZ's, RM's, XT's a Hodaka and even a Harley off road over the years.

Rode quads for awhile.


And even built a few of these.
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I've been known to wander off the beaten path on my TU250x



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Not much more than gravel and dirt roads though
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Bahah^^ I was debating on getting a dual sport. but there so expensive. Love the zilla and sandrail. Bad ass guys
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Bahah^^ I was debating on getting a dual sport. but there so expensive. Love the zilla and sandrail. Bad ass guys
a dual sport is next on my list, hard finding something I like though
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I usually switch off with my jeep and this. Kawasaki prairie 400
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I ride a 2001 400ex, my dad rides a 2012 yz450f, and my uncle rides a 2006 crf450.
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Bahah^^ I was debating on getting a dual sport. but there so expensive. Love the zilla and sandrail. Bad ass guys
KLR 650's are pretty cheap compared to the other dual sports on the market. but they aren't great for doing motocross type riding. It's great for trails, getting to your favorite fishing hole and such. It'll climb the hell out of hills but sucks in soft sand and jumps like an elephant with hemorrhoids. Wait, that was me with the roids after jumping that elephant...
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KLR 650's are pretty cheap compared to the other dual sports on the market. but they aren't great for doing motocross type riding. It's great for trails, getting to your favorite fishing hole and such. It'll climb the hell out of hills but sucks in soft sand and jumps like an elephant with hemorrhoids. Wait, that was me with the roids after jumping that elephant...
HAHAAHAHA!!! yeah I noticed that too. I like the DR 650s & DRZ 400s there up there though. If I had one it would be for street and trails. Anybody ride In Philadelphia?
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