I do to man!! I've been trying to trade a couple of my bikes(1974 Honda MR50 & 1981 Suzuki DR500 both run... just not strong) for this one on craigslist. FS/FT 07 Kawasaki KLX110 pitbike
He was interested at first but now I don't think its going to go through though...
well i sent a facebook notice to a few of you guys about a fl ccw permit that you can git from a huntting club ion ill. the cost is 217 bucks and it is good for 7 years and 28 state honor the permit. i paid 100 in mo and another 100 for finger printting and the non mo licinse so it's not out of wack on price. it's only a 4 hour corse to. so if anybody is thinking about getting one i think fl is a better permit than mo over all. i think i will carry both till my mo runs out in 3 years. oh and mo permit is good for 3 years and it's 50 bucks to renew and fl is good for 7 and 75 to renew. do the math fl kicks ass.
looking forward to hearing that new exhaust saturday
Btw guys, looks like my front tire is pretty much done for. Did a little looking around, but wanted some second opinions. Danny mentioned the Michelin Pilot's, But I also found these dunlop's... which do you guys think will be better?
I'm progressively riding harder and harder, so I definately need great compound on the sides, but I enjoy commuting on my bike too, so the dual compound seems great. But I've already put 2,000 miles on the bike in the first 5 weeks of owning it, and I can't afford to change the tires every month or so. (I've seen some review's stating only getting 1,200-1,500 miles, and others a few thousand)
I wouldn't 2nd guess the Mich road 2s at all. They seem to be a great tire. I wouldn't worry about traction from just about any sport touring tire realy. They give far more grip than you would expect. Most people think that a full on sport tire is what they need, but unless your riding true track speeds a sporttouring tire is just fine and will give you 2-3x the mileage(unless your glen ) I've been though 3 sets of Pirelli Stradas and now I'm on that tires replacement called Angels (kinda corn ball marketing, but proving to be a great tire as well). I'd love to run the Mich road 2s, but I've been really happy with the Pirelli brand. Maybe next tire change.... :hmm
The purpose of this thread is to talk about motorcycle related topics only. This thread is not intended to rival the already southeast missouri thread, but for those who like to ride their bikes.
If the weather is nice guys, im coming down this sat or sun to ride. Hopefully we can get a...
Hey, haven't used SBN in forever but just moved to Springfield so thought I would post up and see if anyone is still on here.
I mainly do track day but also just got a dirt bike and been doing single track a little. Doing pretty good for almost no experience on the dirt.