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Thread: Which bike for green-lanes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Check the bottom rear shock clevis..... they have a habit of cracking, due to 2t GG vibes - a man in the know was telling me yesterday


    I think this ones been well loved. One owner past twelve years, hopefully no hidden surprises
    Mike

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    Just picking up on this thread and thinking it would be good to start green lane stuff again, but after a 30 year break! I had XR500's back in the day, but really liked my XL185, low and soft power delivery, could be picked up anywhere. Anything like that these days?

    Alternatively maybe just put some trials tyres on my daughters YBR125 and take that!
    Somewhere in Somerset

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    Had the GasGas mot’d today and came home via a few easy lanes. I’d forgotten how much fun a light two stroke is, lifting the front wheel and instant snap on the throttle. In love again
    Mike

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