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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by HBN, Nov 3, 2008.
The Bell Star120 on the handle bar was my dirt bike helmet too. Just add goggles.
You were a skinny fuck when you were young..............
That pic must be pre-IH hat days
That's not me. I'm taking the pic.
I've got them. The next person headed to smib-ville let me know.
Still have mine (the Bell 120) and a pair of Salice goggles along with a Pacifico Face Fender. First though, I had a football faceguard with electrical tape to close the gaps.
I need to start tossin' stuff.
I wouldn't even try to guess how much horsepower that puts out .
680 shp (shaft horsepower, the amount of power delivered to the prop)
2014 can-am spyder?
Hey Tim, try this on those cold nights!!
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Something to keep the herders busy.
That is awesome! Was this at last years Laurel Fork campout?
I've got to give some props to our painter from the free state. Hack had posted a picture of him riding an old Z50. I recognized it as an 1981 model. That just happened to be the same year of Z50 that my dad bought brand new for me on my 6th birthday. Oh, the memories!!! I rode the wheels off of that bike, then handed it down to my brother (WFOman) who further beat the little honda. Dad (mountianmad) sold the totally roached 50 and actually got some money for it. So when Hack posted the pic of his, I contacted him about buying it. A deal was made but the only problem was the bike was in DE. If you have met Hack, you know his rig. So he took the wheels and bars off the 50, and layed it in the trailer behind the 'Strom. He delivered the thing to my front door! Totally awesome! I was at work, so my wife helped him put it back together and it started on the 2nd kick. When I got home that day, I had the biggest grin ever. I called my brother to come over, not telling him what I had procured. His jaw hit the ground when he saw it! I think it brought a little tear to his eye.
My family was able to go to the last VCHSS race of the year, and I took the 50. I had talked to my 8yo daughter about doing a race and she said was up for it, but was understandably nervous. After she watched her 4yo brother (Thunder Cox) particpate in the push bike race, she was totally in to racing the 50.
Thunder is 105 in the green helmet:
This pretty much sums up how his raace went:
Next up was Ella on the Z50 I got from Hack:
She rode great. Wasn't first, but didn't finish last either. Hopefully this is the start of something good!
The trophy is proudly displayed in her room. Hopefully, it's the first of many.
Thanks again to Hack for the way cool bike that will be cherished by my family for a very long time.
So so so cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Out " " standing !!
Brought tears to me and my wife... It just goes to prove ... the family that rides together stays together. If I can ony figure out how to put that 50 motor on a wheel chair in about 20 years it would be a complete cycle!!
That's fantastic Eben!
That's pretty cool. Oddly enough, I just picked one of those up before T-giving for my little guy.
Even had Grandma out on it. Its was her first time riding/piloting a motorbike. She was grinning ear to ear. Not bad for a 70 plus year old!!
Yee Haw !! Very Cool
I love the pink boots !!
Thanks. Those are her hunting/riding boots. Hopefully Santa delivers some new gear under the tree...
Bloody Awesome Eben!!