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Old 11-19-2013, 07:23 AM   #19
NJ-Brett
Brett
 
Joined: Sep 2010
Location: Southern New Jersey
Oddometer: 6,376
You just need the right bike.
Something light and lower powered, or a tw200.

After a bad crash, I sold the heavy tall 650 and had a tw200, and did not fall, sold that and got an old xt200, and have not been down on that yet.

Light, enough suspension to have fun, takes a while to get up to speed so it keeps me out of trouble, plus its fun wringing its little neck for all its worth.

I would not say I came close to falling yet, but did hit a tree last time out, at 1 mph, with my front wheel.

That is the kind of crash I can deal with.



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Originally Posted by corndog67 View Post
Riding a lot of off road definitely makes you better street rider. I truly like riding dirt bikes, but I don't bounce as well as I used to, nor do I heal as fast. So for right now, its street only, but I'm trying to get a KX deal worked out.
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