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Discussion in 'Trials' started by Sting32, Aug 13, 2012.
You know where to find me.
Trouble is, there's no League around here. What to do?
I didn't think this qualified for its own thread, but it's pretty cool. Just watching American Pickers & they had a segment on trials.
6/3/19, Season 20 Episode 11 if that helps with your search. While not entirely correct on trials, it's always cool to see even a little something on the toob regarding our little corner of the world.
What bike did they find?
Yamaha 250 mono?
Go get er!!
Would be cool but I already have 4 bikes in the garage... so not on the possible list at the moment.
couldn't find it in the S20 E11 but remember seeing them find an old trials bike - I think it may have been American made or something obscure like that.
I recall them dragging a yellow tank TY out of a dairy barn . All factory stock stuff , $500 , I'm yelling at the TV ,I'll give you $700
Dairy barn? $100......
Couple of Scorpas for @Norman Foley.....
Oooh! That 125 is tempting!
Speaking of TY250s, I finally messaged this guy who has had this 250 mono listed since Feb. 26th. He's apparently really firm on $1500... Now I see why it's still listed. No airbox and the rear tire looks like a saw blade. Grips and levers are toast, but that isn't surprising.
1984 TY250 for $1500
I don't know, that pod filter poking out the side has a certain...look.
Yeah, looks like you'll hit it with your leg every time you attempt to pop the front wheel up a little bit. Seems real practical for trials. It's also a good thing we don't have much mud or water to ride through here.
I was hoping after 2 months he would be in a more flexible mood.
It`s missing the factory skid plate. The mounting bolts can get screwed up and these non trials riders remove them and throw them in the corner.
And at 999,969 miles, it's probably due for a ring job.
At least the 250 can be bored and parts available. The 350 was a chrome bore and no pistons for decades.