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    Registered User Array zx6rkid's Avatar
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    Anyone Buy from this site?

    http://www.movers.ca/bikes/

    They have a not too bad 150cc bike that im interested in. Its 2000$ for it and your getting a brand new bike! But could i take this bike to a local shop like carter or any other shop like that for repairs? And what is your opion on these bikes?

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    Registered User Array zx6rkid's Avatar
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    Would a CR250 be too much for a first bike? For a 5'9 160 pound person.

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    Registered User Array zx6rkid's Avatar
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    dont answer any of these questions

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    Super-Fast Redneck Array jschapansky's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by zx6rkid
    dont answer any of these questions

    CR250.... first bike..... hope you like to eat dirt.....
    2 wheels or 4 wheel drive

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    NAKED IS SEXY Array puff's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by zx6rkid
    Would a CR250 be too much for a first bike? For a 5'9 160 pound person.
    hell no get the 250 might wanna consider a 4 stroke ( less matanences) wish i did i got board of my buddies 125 2 stroke and i love my 250 when it doesnt break

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    Registered User Array zx6rkid's Avatar
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    Is the CR125 4 stroke? or 2 stroke?

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    Registered User Array zx6rkid's Avatar
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    Like a later model like 90-95

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    Get outta the fast lane!! Array westvan_dude's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by zx6rkid
    Like a later model like 90-95
    All CR's are 2-stroke. Big power hit when you goose it at high rpm. Not beginner friendly. Most 2-strokes don't like to cruise ... they burp & fart. Either power on or off. Look for an XR 4-stroke if this is for your significant other.

    The big bore CR's will pull up the front wheel and put you in the hospital if you're not careful. 125's are usually way more top end rebuilds than 250 because they work really hard.

    Whatever you look for try 1995 and newer because spare parts get hard to find for the really old bikes. Sure, you'll find stuff like sprockets for old bikes but not small carb parts, etc unless it's the same part as newer models.

    Good luck.

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    Esvee
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    If it's a first bike why not try a CRF230 it's a four stroke with full size wheels. It's not super powerfull if your experienced but for a tall person it has decent suspension and powerful enough to keep up on dirt rides. Just my
    Get him/her to try it first they might have a demo. If you want 2 stroke I have a KX80 for sale, might be a bit short for a 5'6" person but it's nice and light and would feel confident on it.

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    I might be dangerous! Array Manic's Avatar
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    you gotta buy a container full for that price

    Check out this bad boy...
    http://cqjhmotor.en.ec21.com/GC00579..._200GY-5).html
    Last edited by Manic; 03-28-2005 at 02:50 PM.

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    Registered User Array zx6rkid's Avatar
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    i would like the crf230 but its so expensive! What are my options for payments?

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    Registered User Array scpower's Avatar
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    just sold it, looking for a new one...
    have you ever thought of asking a dealership all of these questions???

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    Financing a dirtbike is not a good idea (or any bike in my opinion, but especially dirt). It's just to easy to wreck the darned thing and not have money to fix it, and since theres no insurance you're left making payments on a bike that isn't even rideable. Save some money then buy something used. If you're going to go used, I'd stick to a 4 stroke machine, they're more resistant to abuse.

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    k thanks ryan

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