2008 - TAT Vintage Ride - Western Section

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DEET's 2008 TAT Ride comes to a close...

Post by DEET » Sat Jun 07, 2008 4:09 pm

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There is a lot of work ahead of me!!!!!
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Post by DEET » Sat Jun 07, 2008 4:13 pm

By the way...
A couple of my close friends just jumped into the water with both feet!!!!

They went down to Yamaha and said: "Two, please...."

We are already planning an assault on the North Carolina mountains!

Welcome!!!!!

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Post by DEET » Sat Jun 07, 2008 4:19 pm

Big D is an ex master motorcycle mechanic, now law enforcement officer.

And SuperGirl is an ex superbike rider... let me tell ya... you DO NOT wanna mess with her!


I have already taken the XT225's around the yard and I can tell you, they are a blast! Great power and LIGHT!!!!! You can spin them around on a dime. Super travel on the suspension and.... electric start!!! :eek:


We will be scoping out some NC mountain trails with some of the other folks and bringing you along! [ok]
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DEET's 2008 TAT Ride comes to a close...

Post by DEET » Sat Jun 07, 2008 4:31 pm

Life is Good!

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DEET's 2008 TAT Ride comes to a close...

Post by DEET » Sat Jun 07, 2008 4:33 pm

Future TAT Commando!

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Post by daveh291 » Sat Jun 07, 2008 7:05 pm

1971DT1E wrote:By the way...
A couple of my close friends just jumped into the water with both feet!!!!

They went down to Yamaha and said: "Two, please...."

We are already planning an assault on the North Carolina mountains!

Welcome!!!!!

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that is so cool there.it is truly a joy to have a good dual purpose bike.
(2) 1968 DT1 1970 RT1M,1970 DT1C 1971 RT1B Enduro 1974 MT250 1974 DT250A (2) 1975 DT400B 1974 DT100,1978 DT175,1971 Honda Z50K2,1972 Honda CB350F.
1975 CR250M1 1979 CR250R 1979 Kawasaki KZ400H1 Jesus is Lord!!

if anyone has questions and wants my help please feel free to PM me.

sometimes i may post a picture,pictures or one or more of my videos i made of one of my own machines of a similar type

under all of those circumstances i use my own bikes as guinea pigs and nothing else,never with thread hijacking intent at all!victory
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Post by jjgres » Tue Jun 10, 2008 9:20 pm

TomK wrote:That sounds so cool! Cross country on a 50cc bike. Those little Hondas just keep running.

I have a 1965 S90 I've been putting off restoring now for 5 years. I wonder if I should do it as my next project?

Tom
Tom,

The s90 is such a good bike it would not be a challenge. I had a yellow, dual-range- gear-box, trail 90-leading link forks with the OHC engine (I think 1968-ish) It ran over 60mph easy.

Joe
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Post by jjgres » Tue Jun 10, 2008 9:24 pm

Dave Rymal wrote:Joe I`ll join you on my `62 55 trail. I can`t even imagine riding it more than 10 mi now. I used to put 100`s of miles on a C200 pushrod 90 but I was in my 20`s then. I need a good S90 motor.
Dave
Dave,

55cc would be cheating. Maybe we could get you to run a restrictor plate.

Joe
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Post by Dave Rymal » Tue Jun 10, 2008 11:07 pm

Deet, Your friends look like a Yamaha ad. You meet the nicest people on a Yamaha. O wait that`s been done.
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Post by daveh291 » Wed Jun 11, 2008 3:11 am

Dave Rymal wrote:Deet, Your friends look like a Yamaha ad. You meet the nicest people on a Yamaha. O wait that`s been done.
Dave
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(2) 1968 DT1 1970 RT1M,1970 DT1C 1971 RT1B Enduro 1974 MT250 1974 DT250A (2) 1975 DT400B 1974 DT100,1978 DT175,1971 Honda Z50K2,1972 Honda CB350F.
1975 CR250M1 1979 CR250R 1979 Kawasaki KZ400H1 Jesus is Lord!!

if anyone has questions and wants my help please feel free to PM me.

sometimes i may post a picture,pictures or one or more of my videos i made of one of my own machines of a similar type

under all of those circumstances i use my own bikes as guinea pigs and nothing else,never with thread hijacking intent at all!victory
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