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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by gjcarving, Nov 23, 2013.
Making your beautiful wife’s riding life easy is a good plan in my estimation!
Tw can provide lots of fun.
Yeah, the stuff that she is doing the Sherco would be fine. She is not hopping, not doing ledges.
Before you pass on a Contact, give the 250 a try if you can. The power is pretty soft for a 250, it doesn’t surprise the Sasquatch very much and I get to thrash it to ride the stuff my Beta 300 snoozes through, it’s a fun change for me.
Also it’s the best clutch I’ve ever had.
If it runs it's fun. I don't think there is a motorcycle I'd not be able to enjoy. But the TW being low, with low gearing helped me. Had I been on a tall bike, I probably wouldnt have tried! The place I decide not to ride through. I had TW in first gear walking beside it. I was on the mucky edge of the narrow mound between 2 deep and wide water filled ruts. I had the TW on the area that was the most solid. Neither of us would have been recoverable from the muck holes. I kept thinking I need to get some pics. But didn't want to risk dropping my phone or anything else!
The Gas Gas bikes I had a chance to ride rode well very light feeling and lots of motor a 300 GP and a older 250. I think if I just rode trials events and short loop ones they would be fine. But for play riding and mountain exploring I don't think I could live with the transmissions. The trans would be really ugly on a 125 with all the shifting. I personally feel like Jordi took all the good points of the Gasser and fixed the not so good stuff with his TRS brand.
I totally agree, but for 2/3 the price it’s pretty hard to argue with for trials play bike.
That Contact really seems teu be a smoking deal As far as I know it's all standard stuff except the suspension and wheels/tires, plus e start is worth a lot tew some people.
Rear wheel has a standard tube, I installed a Tubliss system, the tires are Pirelli MT43’s but they seem to hold studs pretty well for winter riding.
Ya good tuu hear on the studs I'm looking do do a set for a early start in next spring's riding. I have a few sets of worn x11's might try tuu stud them. If that fails the MT43 will be the next tire tew try.
Where is your plate?
Rockin' the Cali-plated Frontier this weekend. Cya in the morning Eric!
See any moose? That spot looks Moosey
ahhh Nebraska, how i missed you so !!
Drop a gear and disappear....
I was told it's not cool to wear a helmet into a bank. And was asked to remove it next time, before entering.
I was pulling it off as I passed through the lobby door.
Thank you. All the asslees bike stuff was getting to me.