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View Poll Results: How old are you?
Under 30 104 16.25%
30-40 167 26.09%
40-50 205 32.03%
50-60 136 21.25%
60+ 28 4.38%
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Old 04-19-2011, 09:27 PM
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My opinion, a Gas Gas is a gentlemens bike.[/QUOTE]

Manly yes but i like them too!


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Old 04-20-2011, 12:47 PM
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I can see the headlines now...." a recent poll undertaken by Spanish motorcycle manufacturer, Gasgas, turned up some suprising results. It seems 80% of Gasgas owners are blind, bald and over sixty. Most of them admit to riding like idiots even though by now they should know better. Market research also reveals the most purchased aftermarket accessory is a billet machined alloy zimmer frame mount that attaches neatly to the rear mudgaurd...."
So does this mean we should get the factory to change the kit that comes with the Race models? We don't need the top end, sprockets, air filters, etc. Put Rogaine, glasses, Aleeve in the kit?
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Old 04-20-2011, 01:46 PM
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So does this mean we should get the factory to change the kit that comes with the Race models? We don't need the top end, sprockets, air filters, etc. Put Rogaine, glasses, Aleeve in the kit?
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Old 04-20-2011, 03:05 PM
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Thats what was in the fork oil of the '09 Sachs that made them so stiff.
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Old 04-20-2011, 05:03 PM
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Thats what was in the fork oil of the '09 Sachs that made them so stiff.
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Old 04-20-2011, 05:13 PM
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Not believing i actually reached 40 I continue to push the limits every weekend for 9 months a year 07 GG 200CE 78KDX400 82RM125
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Old 04-21-2011, 07:19 AM
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Under 30 for a few more months.
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Old 04-24-2011, 12:37 AM
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51 for a few more weeks. started riding when I was 17 on friends bikes. Got my first bike in a trade for doing a head gasket on a fiat x 19, miserable job. bike broke a piston on the way home. was a honda xl 125 with a poweroll 175 kit. broke kick starter gears, little suspension. made me work to keep up with my friends. next was a Honda xr200, rode for many years, including prerunning 800 miles in baja in 1999. then a couple of suzuki dr350's, I thought that was quite a bike till I jumped on a friends GASGAS- then my bike riding got really fun! Had to have a couple- got a little pampera, and my 300 which I had Les at LTR set up for me. Will ride these for a long time with a big grin!
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Old 05-03-2011, 02:46 AM
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36 - been trail riding most of my adult life. Doing as many rounds as possible of a novice hare and hounds enduro series this year, and plan to try riding some of the more interesting time card enduros in far flung corners of the UK starting next year. Learning plenty and enjoying the trials bike too (I was reminded the other day that I'm the third generation of trials rider in the family, so it's kind of compulsory!) Never be competitive, but have fun riding enduros just to finish. The EC300 is excellent, although with all that power, it can be something of a handful toward the end of an event
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Old 11-18-2011, 10:08 PM
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Thumbs up I'd be a lot older if it wasn't for the bikes

It all started on a club cadet mini bike from two guys back in 69 when I was twevle, $129 out the door. 1971 saw a new SL 100 out the door at $499.00
Multiple Jap bikes up until 1986 when I went Euro on a WR400 monoshock, disc brake Husky. A KTM 300 followed in 93. But It was love at first sight when I saw my 98 EC 250 Six Days. I've purchased other bikes since, but I felt like I was cheating on my Gas Gas and had to let them go. Just like my other ole girl, I know this one inside out and its' held up pretty well and still gets the job done.

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2009 BMW R1200GS multipurpose vehicle
2007 Ducati Sport Classic sunny sunday ride
2007 GasGas txt 280 exercise and technique trainer, (I ain't that good)
2006 Triumph 675 Track bike, mental therapy
1998 Gas Gas EC 250, feels like a 125 with a 250's hit, reo-stat like-throttle, torques off the bottom and hits on top, loves the rocks and studs up for the winter. Too old and set in my ways to even thing about a different bike.
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