I should have mentioned in my post that my dirtbike (250xc) Only weighs 230 pounds don’t know if I want to use the hitch carrier For much more than...
I used a princess auto carrier On my jeep wrangler and it worked great. Like others have said you have to have the suspension for it. I have a new...
Ganaraska requires you to have insurance.
I wonder if he is still looking for a bike considering it was 14 years ago when he posted this lol
I imagine we would cross the road the same way ATV's do.
The OFTR didn't do anything for those of us with green plates.
I had a drz400s many moons ago but now i ride a 250 2t. When it comes to the mud and sand being 100 pounds lighter with full knobby tires is way less...
I guess it depends what sort of off-road experience you're looking for.
Adventure bikes are good on road and lousy off-road. Dual sport bikes are lousy at both.
Wow what a difference a few miles north makes. I rode Newtonville yesterday and it was pretty good. Very little snow except in the deepest darkest...
You don't want to live forever do ya? Get the bike!
just keep in mind that no one has ever said they wish they had bought a heavier less powerfull bike.
10 years old and only 37 hours? What oil did you change every ride, the gear oil???
I should clarify there are dirt bikes with blue plates but it's not really fun riding on the road and you will kill your tires
Thanks Neil. My vehicle is well-suited for the hitch hauler but I have seen all kinds of vehicles using them. The main thing is having a light bike.
I'm on my second year with a hitch hauler from princess auto and I love it. The box will say it requires a class III hitch but that is only if you...
There is no such thing as a "proper off-road bike" that you can ride on the road. IMHO. Good knobbie tires are critical Off-road.
Very nice bike. I was so close to buying the 250 WR last year. You will have fun with that 450!
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