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Discussion in 'Trials' started by edgerat, May 18, 2020.
Just looked up some Ray Peters videos, what a rider!
It is here! Just the right amount of too much for a beginner, I think the 200 was the right call for sure. It will take a few days to get used to the turning radius but, I have my full lock figure 8s on flat ground figured out, now for splatters and wall climbs!!!
I would like to ride one of those someday.
That’s a cool looking bike. Congrats!
Nice! Thanks for you insight on the starting.
Congrats! That's a beautiful bike.
Be careful @riabma77 , the mods will punt every post related to vendors, just like they did with @motobene with regard to his lights.
Thanks. I didn't know. Comment edited.
Gooble Gobble! One of us!
@edgerat, for curiosity what gas mix ratio are you using?
130:1 which is mind boggling to me coming off my KTM at 40:1 but, that is what Vertigo says to run I remember my first bike at 4, 1982 YZ50 mixed at 20:1 I think???? Fan seems to run a lot, no other frame of reference for that so lets say it would do that regardless of mixture/heat
Ridden it enough now to work a blister into my brake finger and the start of some on the pads of my hands, time to look at different bends, grips, and most important, work on posture to minimize weight on my hands when riding. The bike is pretty easy to ride so far, finally learning how to do zaps and getting the balance point on wheelies and stuff.
I would like to see one in person. Such a cool looking bike.
OK what is going on here or do we have a lottery winner in our midst?
We are dealing with someone of questionable fiscal decision making also, someone with a ridiculous “what if” reflex.
So I am saving for a new electric bike but if I wasn't I would be considering one of those 200s nice bike !!
This thread will have a new addition about this time next week. I sure am enjoying riding trials bikes, A LOT.
Only 2.5 years for me and I am hooked hard.Over 30 years of offroad racing and soo enjoying this new challenge.
There's no better feeling than looking at a card board covered crate knowing your new bike is inside.