I am just posting this to document what I am doing, it helps me for future reference. Feel free to tag along. Sarcastic comments and unsolicited advice are appreciated... So, I got this bike about 8 years ago and rebuilt it into a supermoto. The build was detailed here: https://advrider.com/f/threads/dr350-supermoto-project-on-a-klr-budget.742198/ Since then I had two kids and turned it into a dual sport. I love this bike but I cannot keep riding it. My messed up right knee does not allow me to ride a kicker anymore if I want to avoid a very expensive knee surgery... I do not have the SUMO wheels anymore. The mileage is unknow but less than 5k miles since the rebuilt. At that time it got a Wiseco piston, new cam chain and tensioners, new exhaust valves. It's a 1990 DR350S, kickstart only. The bike has a bunch of goodies on it: - Vortex airbox with new filter - FMF exhaust - Springs and gold valves front - Revalved shock - Brush guards - Skid plate - DR650 pegs - IMS (I think) oversized tank - Probably some other stuff I forgot Last year I rebuilt the carb with a new slide, slide guide, needle, jets, o-rings, etc. It runs well and pulls very strongly. It still have a bunch of stock parts: clean gas tank, passenger pegs, grab handle, license tag holder, etc. I originally put it up for sale as-is, asking too much. I got little interest but I was offered to buy back a very clean 1996 e-start that I had restarted a while ago for very little money. The plan now is to combine (over the next few weeks) this ‘90 kicker and the ‘96 e-start. The final goal is a barely legal, dirt oriented, e-start bike that is as light as an old tractor can be... The '90 is going back to mostly stock and will be sold cheaply.