Hey folks, I read with great interest all of the various and sundry "I got this sweet old/new bike, now look what I'm going to do with it!" threads, and I wish I had one to contribute. Money and a slightly more important trip to plan has my 76 R90/6 project on hold, and the KLR is running fine. And then along comes this: It's a 1993 Yamaha PW50. A friend of ours had it lying around and offered it to us for $100. You just can't say no to that! It runs and rides just fine: Even fun for big kids too: But anyone with tools knows that it's hard to resist working on a bike. After all, it did take ten kicks to get her going. Might as well try to get that number down, right? My son is five and this will eventually be his bike. My daughter is officially fifteen-days-old today and I'm pretty sure that she'll want to ride it too. I've told my son that he can't ride a motorcycle until he learns to ride his bicycle without training wheels. So, in the meantime, we're going to "work on the bike." He's decided that he wants to "take it down to the frame." I think this is an awesome summer project (cheap too), so, here we go. Hey, a PW50 is a thumper too, right?