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    Post pictures of all your 2 wheeled toys, trikes, quads, and sleds. I'll start out with some of my stuff. I can't see this getting as big as the Wild V-drives, but we might as well try.

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    69 BSA 441 Shooting Star

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    Mid 70's Can Am 250 drag bike





    74 Husky 125cr

    67 BSA 441 Victor Roadster

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    1985 ATC350X



    1965? BSA C15 Star (250cc)


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    A couple of pics of My Pro Street bike & the Banshee
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    Hondo Hydro pickle fork, dominator pump.

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    The ole YZ250...


    The 86' Big Wheel 200..... old but still fun


    My KTM 200 powering a blender the size of an Igloo cooler


    Me after pulling ribbon after a D-37 race.
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    Won't this be more of a flat track bike then a drag bike.........I guess you could drag anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fat rat View Post
    Won't this be more of a flat track bike then a drag bike.........I guess you could drag anything.
    Yeah, it really is styled like a flat tracker, but it has a front brake (which flat trackers aren't allowed), and also narrow straight handlebars. It was also running some wheelie bars when I got it, but it looks better without so I took them off.



    It has oil injection, with the oil tank making up the backbone of the frame. I thought it was a neat set up.


    Here's a couple of my old Jawa's.



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    Suzuki 1000 Gsxr How do you make these pictures bigger?
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    Me and my son on the right with our CR250's


    My other son on one of our flattrackers



    Me on my Champion framed CR250 (#372)...


    Me on our TT500 based flattracker (#254)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deweydaddy View Post
    Suzuki 1000 Gsxr How do you make these pictures bigger?



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    Quote Originally Posted by snoopjonnyjon View Post
    Yeah, it really is styled like a flat tracker, but it has a front brake (which flat trackers aren't allowed), and also narrow straight handlebars. It was also running some wheelie bars when I got it, but it looks better without so I took them off.



    It has oil injection, with the oil tank making up the backbone of the frame. I thought it was a neat set up.


    Here's a couple of my old Jawa's.


    Those Jawas would be a fun restoration project.

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