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    Supermoto USA NW, 2006 promotional video

    its about 50mb, so give it time to download.

    Patrick did an enormous amount of work on this.

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    WMRC Past Prez three time Array NFG's Avatar
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    That was really cool!

    kind of makes me want to motard my KLX.....but not yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by alternateimpact
    That was really cool!

    kind of makes me want to motard my KLX.....but not yet
    Start shopping for a set of motard wheels. Or even a second set of stockers. Mount up a set of one of the brands of smooth DS rubber and go play! I've got a Trailwing front and a Pirelli Scorpion rear and while it works pretty darn good there's even better rubber out there.

    I've had the DR350 out at Boundry Bay and embarrased a few sportbikers with it. And at Troy's first Motard Invitational at Tradex I had it out as well. It's amazing what these dualies can do with even smoother stock sized tires let alone 17's and sport rubber.

    The nice thing is that even with the stock 21 front and 17/18/19? rear set up with smoothie rubber the street riding on any highways is a lot less squirmy. Those knobbies don't really like higher speeds and tend to overheat. At the Dead Zone rally my bud's and I bailed about 1/2 way through (lots of mud and new rider = exhaustion) and came back on the highway at 100 to 110. Even with the tires blown up to 34'ish psi the front was blue and hot to the touch when we got back. Not a good thing....
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    keepin' it steel Array GuySmiley's Avatar
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    That was really well done.
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