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Dublin Run 7/20?

OK, rescheduled date. Who's in? We should have a better group this time with the time we are allowing. Same route, I'll post the link up tomorrow. Looking at a minimum of 200 miles from start to finish not counting the ride to the start point so look at 5 hours of riding including stops. For those of you that aren't used to long rides we do regular stops but still be prepared for the heat and the distance. Probably stop every hour and maybe more so for photo opportunists.

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6/20 has already passed.


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Well, i'm sorry you guys didn't make it out but at the same time I am kinda glad to hear it because I should be ready to ride that kind of trip by then. What should I be doing to get ready for this trip?
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A buddy of mine is bringing over one of those asian/Chinese 50cc sportbikes to have me try to help him make it run...wonder if it would be up for that ride

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Well, i'm sorry you guys didn't make it out but at the same time I am kinda glad to hear it because I should be ready to ride that kind of trip by then. What should I be doing to get ready for this trip?
install some butt cushions

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OK, rescheduled date. Who's in? We should have a better group this time with the time we are allowing. Same route, I'll post the link up tomorrow. Looking at a minimum of 200 miles from start to finish not counting the ride to the start point so look at 5 hours of riding including stops. For those of you that aren't used to long rides we do regular stops but still be prepared for the heat and the distance. Probably stop every hour and maybe more so for photo opportunists.

if that's another Sunday then I might be able to make it this time. Having to make some schedule changes at work and I may now finally have Sat and Sun off from now on. And hopefully I have my exhaust and pc on by then.


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My bad. Biatch you never returned my calls this weekend!
Sat was a long day (of beer) for me. Don't even know if I had my phone on me.


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Hey Jose,

I have a buddy who would like to participate in this as well.

Want me to send you his info with mine?
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I wanna make a Dublin run at some point. I'm @ ECR that weekend though..


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I have a buddy who would like to participate in this as well.

Want me to send you his info with mine?
He's not the guy from Lawton that ate the curb in another thread, is it? If so, I'll just bring up the rear...

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longest road trip

I finally got leave this weekend to come home and fix my bike and ride it (back to fort bragg, nc). Going to be going 1200 miles over 2 days on a ZX6R. Just wondering what is the longest road trip you guys have taken?
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I finally got leave this weekend to come home and fix my bike and ride it (back to fort bragg, nc). Going to be going 1200 miles over 2 days on a ZX6R. Just wondering what is the longest road trip you guys have taken?
just reading that makes my ass and back hurt!!!!

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Dallas to Fredericksburg, hill country ride around the area for an additional 200 or so miles, then to Austin, then to San Antonio, then back to Dallas. Probably 5-600 miles over 3 days.

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Going to be going 1200 miles over 2 days on a ZX6R.
I dont think even Hydrocodone could make me do that. Your ass will hate you for a long long time.

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damn more power to anyone who can sit a crotch rocket that long , im planning a trip to lake havasu but ill probably only do 400 or so a day when i come home i wont have anything to do for awhile so that will be nice.

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damn more power to anyone who can sit a crotch rocket that long , im planning a trip to lake havasu but ill probably only do 400 or so a day when i come home i wont have anything to do for awhile so that will be nice.
you'll get 400 from dallas and realize there aint really shit till Albq(600 miles)... or Grantts (sp?) which is on the far side of it... when you going to havasu? i'm headed out in oct.
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I'm probably only good for about 500 miles over a long day (starting early and ending late). I'd probably have to stop every 1.5-2 hours or fuel stop and stretch out for a bit before continuing. I'd like to do a long weekend trip though and we've been throwing around a San Antonio trip for a while now. When are we going to do this!!??




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Anybody Ridden an XR650???

I've been wanting a Super Motard bike for the longest time, and am ready to pull the trigger and buy one. Only problem is I don't really like any of the obvious bikes out there right now. The DRZ400 is the closest thing out there, and it's way underpowered for my big ass.

I don't want a Super Duke, or Hypermotord, which to me are just 400lb streetbikes dressed up like motards. I also do not want to convert a full-blown dirtbike into a motard for street duty, cause I know it'll need constant maintenance.

I'm also a big Honda fan, so I was looking at the XR650's. Looks like new ones can be had for right around $5k, with nice used ones in the $4k range. The styling is a little old school, but with a nice exhaust and some acerbis dress-up pieces, I think I could get it looking decent. And a 650 single should be plenty of power. Add $2k in wheels/tires/brakes/suspension, and I should have a bad ass motard, right???

I'm just wondering if anyone has ridden one and might have any advice.

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My opinion is that they're more of just a casual dual purpose trail bike and probably wouldn't make a good motard bike. I think you'd be happier with a DRZ or a KTM. A big KTM 4 stroke EXC or XCW (same difference) would make an excellent streetable motard.
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Yeah, KTM has the closest thing to what I've been looking for with their 650SM, but the styling is quirky, and the nearest KTM dealership is about 30 minutes from me. Beyond being a Honda-for-life kinda guy, there are 4 dealerships within 30 minutes from me. I have a history of breaking shit, so I've found it best to have a dealer nearby.

I just KNOW Honda is going to release a factory motard as soon as I buy something....I can feel it! They were talking about an RC-51 powered motard a couple of years ago, but I think that'd be too heavy, like the Hypermotard.

What specifically do you think would be the shortcomings of the XR? I know that it is more of a trail bike, but I'm thinking of going -1/+2 with the sprockets, and along with the other mods (suspension, wheels/tires, breaks, etc...), it would seem pretty well suited for the streets. It's already street legal, which is a huge plus in my book.

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Doesn't this thing look like fun???

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Yeah, I like it better than the KTM's. I think it's mostly the pointy, triangular headlights that KTM has been putting on their SM bikes that's put me off. Maybe I could swap in an acerbis or something and be happy?

I just talked to a guy who has an XR650 Supermoto and he loves it. BUT, I learned that you really want the XR650R, not the street legal XR650L. Apparently the R has around 10-15 more hp (high 50's as opposed to mid-low 40's), but is kick-start only and would need to be fully converted to street duty.

I'm open-minded, but have always been loyal to Honda and would prefer to stick with them. But, maybe I need to take a closer look at the KTM's.......

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The suspension has always seemed inferior. The CR/CRFs have such better suspension but my experience is offroad only. Plus the XR's weigh a ton. There's a reason you never see them at a race. What about making a supermoto out of a CRF450X? It has a taller 5th that should work for highway use. Oh wait, you'll need to keep a spare set of valves in your backpack LOL, so nevermind. Yamaha has a 250 supermoto.
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The drz400 is the perfect bike. Even if the bike doesnt have enough power stock for you, you can buy a new big bore cyclinder for it and a full exhaust and you have a more powerful and lighter bike than the xr650 could ever be.
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The drz400 is the perfect bike. Even if the bike doesnt have enough power stock for you, you can buy a new big bore cyclinder for it and a full exhaust and you have a more powerful and lighter bike than the xr650 could ever be.
i've seen people buy used drz's for around 2500, put about 2500 more into it, and it will suit any and all needs, including your need for speed. and since its been around longer, there are more parts available. i'm partial to them because you can find them everywhere.
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I've ridden a prepped XR650R in the desert and it does that job pretty well. Never had one on the street for any amount of time. If it were me I would convert the 650R to the street and take advantage of the water cooled motor and the boat load of power. The 650L is pretty dated.
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My opinion is that they're more of just a casual dual purpose trail bike and probably wouldn't make a good motard bike. I think you'd be happier with a DRZ or a KTM. A big KTM 4 stroke EXC or XCW (same difference) would make an excellent streetable motard.

I have Sneaky's(MikeB original purchaser) XR600, I love it. I also have an XL500L. They both get excellent gas mileage. On the 600 I never use 5th except on the highway. It handles very well for what it is. It rides quite comfortably at 65 also with the new enduro tires. I think the key to enjoying an enduro or Motard is riding within its means.

Now having said that, I would love to have a new KTM. I've looked and I like the package. I may not buy another toy car, rather another bike if gas keeps going up.
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I have Sneaky's(MikeB original purchaser) XR600, I love it. I also have an XL500L. They both get excellent gas mileage. On the 600 I never use 5th except on the highway. It handles very well for what it is. It rides quite comfortably at 65 also with the new enduro tires. I think the key to enjoying an enduro or Motard is riding within its means.

Now having said that, I would love to have a new KTM. I've looked and I like the package. I may not buy another toy car, rather another bike if gas keeps going up.
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There's a street legal XR650 on craig's list today for $4k I believe.

The bike is a hoss and likes to run in wide open spaces ( desert) so should perform well on the street. But...isn't it a kickstart only model? That's a deal-killer right there for me.

I had a DRZ400 and while not street legal I believe it would've handled street duty just fine (I'm 6'3" 200) I now ride a CRF450X and know for a fact it works great on the street.

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ok. Looks like I'm out. I just broke my left foot. doc says no fun for 6 weeks. this blows.
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ok. Looks like I'm out. I just broke my left foot. doc says no fun for 6 weeks. this blows.
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