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  1. #851
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    Greetings SUMO fans…

    I just got a 2002 DR650se, here in Montreal, Canada. It's still stock, but the plan is to start working my way to an appropriate sumo for my needs. So far, the terrible roads here are the perfect environment for this bike. I took it into the trails a few times, and indeed, it's a bush pig as they say. I don't have knobby tires, but I don't think that's the secret spirit of this bike anyway. I think supermotard is the secret spirit. Post-apocalyptic pavement is what this bike loves.

    Perviously I had a Kawasaki Ninja750, which I loved. But after every ride, I had to massage my face to remove my smile. And this kind of smile… well, I don't trust myself. So part of the choice of going sumo is that I believe it's safer… and no less fun. Different fun. There's an adjustment to be made… but so far, still all stock, I'm loving this thing.

    I think my first step is going to be to shim the carb a little and swiss cheese my air box for some added performance (that's what I hear) After that, some small aesthetic sumo tweaks like the fender and turn signals… but the big excitement will be those 17" wheels with sticky tires. Then we'll ride off into the sun set somewhere… I guess as far as that tiny gas tank takes us.

    peace. out.

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    Hello!

    I'll post few details here about me. I'm from Europe, Latvia. I'm currently looking for my first bike. I've considered various choices and am currently focusing on KTM 525 EXC sumo conversion or Husqvarna 510smr. Depends which one will fit into budget, because I like both of them. I'm also studying them to understand which one would fit me better and currently I'm leaning more to Husqvarna.
    Goal is to acquire bike during the winter and to prepare it for next season. I need it to be street legal because I'd also like to use it as commuter to work and back.
    As soon as I get the bike, I'll post thread about it.

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    Welcome to the forum, Barons.

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    I live in upstate New York.Raced motocross for 16 years.Two significant back injuries recently ended that.I worked for Harley Davidson for 10 years after the military.I am a pipefitter now.I have owned ALOT of bikes.I love all bikes but after riding my first supermoto I was hooked.Just really getting into it.I just purchased a street legal 2013 rmz450.Glad to have found this group and look foward to talking with everyone and learning more.Thanks

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    welcome hellspawn718.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dekota Leroy Bonesaw Job View Post
    What up guys. I'm new to the group and I'll start by saying a little bit about myself. My name is Dekota and I'm 22 and live in Iowa. I've been racing motorcross since I was 5 and just reently bought my first supermoto a 2013drz400sm. I also have a 2014yz450f, 2013yfz450f, and 2008gsxr1000. I've got quite a few years of experience to say the least and if anyone has any mechanical questions I would be glad to help! Decided to get a DRZ to be my new stunt bike after previously stunting a cbr600f4i. I got referred to this site from a guy I met on Facebook and I'm sure there's quite a few people on here that share the moto passion and hopefully some of you are closer to me.
    Welcome Dekota. I'm fairly new to this place but there is a ton of great people and content. We all share the love of Sumo. Glad to see more Midwestern people out there Ride safe!

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    What's guys and girls?
    My names charlie, I'm from ct and I'm here to learn

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    Welcome Bobs.

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    Hello, I'm Everette, Long time lurker. Finally got my first supermoto a few months ago. Ben riding sportbikes for 17+ years, now for the real fun.
    2005 KTM 450SMR (AKA eurotrash)

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    Hello everyone, I'm steve from Georgia, got a a newer drz a couple months back. Hopefully I can find some folks to ride SM with. I have yet to see one on the road, but I know you're out there!
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    Howdy,
    I'm Rich. Originally from TX but now live in AL. I just bought a 2014 Yamaha WR450F. I also ride a 2006 R6 as my daily driver, but this new bike just might take over that spot once its fully converted to a SM. I've been searching this site for weeks getting tips and tricks on things I'll need to do to my first motard. I can't wait to get it on the street! Semper Fi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OGY View Post
    Howdy,
    I'm Rich. Originally from TX but now live in AL. I just bought a 2014 Yamaha WR450F. I also ride a 2006 R6 as my daily driver, but this new bike just might take over that spot once its fully converted to a SM. I've been searching this site for weeks getting tips and tricks on things I'll need to do to my first motard. I can't wait to get it on the street! Semper Fi.
    I think you're on the forum, Fresh meat with money should be posting up in the personals on Craigslist.

    Welcome OGY.

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    Default Hi folks

    Hello, I am Rod from Belfast, NI. Got into supermotos when a friend bought a WR400 and I watched him just have so much fun on it around our bumpy back roads! So I ditched the sportsbikes and went supermoto. Currently owner of a TM SMM 530 Black Dream (Yea the one with the full Ohlins and rim mounted front disc and single sided swingarm) and a Ducati Hypermotard 821 SP (Lowered- they are way too tall!). Sunday fun use only.

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    Default Noob to Supermoto.

    Hello, my name is Roope and i am 27 years old i live in Finland have been mostly riding enduro but now starting to have a litle interest towards supermoto and thought that this would be a good source of information!

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    Welcome Roope to the forum.

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    Congrats on that great bike, and welcome to Sumo and SMJ.

    If you get and pics of the bike, I'd love to see them...I'm a huge fan of TM and the Black Dream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_senator View Post
    Congrats on that great bike, and welcome to Sumo and SMJ.

    If you get and pics of the bike, I'd love to see them...I'm a huge fan of TM and the Black Dream.
    Hi there, I think I have uploaded a couple here! I will put Ducati ones up later, although I am thinking about a KTM 690 SMC R to replace it!!
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    Hi all, Forest here - 24 riding in the Hudson valley region/capital region of upstate New York. Been riding for about 19 years (never competitively) and just started getting big eyed at the supermoto scene. Currently my primary ride is a 2015 FZ-09 that replaced an R6 earlier this summer. I have had a 2011 KLR650 that has been sitting in my garage for a couple years in-used - only 4300 miles. My first thought was to sell it as it is too heavy and gutless, but after some reading and seeing what the motor modification options are out there, I decided I am just going to give it a try and supermoto it.

    Won't be the best toy on the road, but I can't imagine it will be the worst either Currently it is undergoing my comprehensive weight loss program. This weekend maybe a little cam work.

    Anyway, good to meet everyone!

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    Welcome to the forum. Can't imagine a diet plan suitable for a KLR, owned one back in the day, before they put 50 pounds of plastic on them to hide the shell-less snail under it all. Good luck with it and as always pics or it isn't true.

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    You aren't joking about the 50 its of plastic haha. The steel framing supporting all that crap weighs a ton. Now its all frame and motor

    Pics soon

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    Now it's a naked bike, bust out the sawzall and you can make it a bobber.

    Don't forget pics.

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    Wink New from Goleta, CA

    Watsup homies!

    My name is Jamie but I go by Jaymo! I'm from Goleta CA, I am 20 years old currently in Phoenix AZ for about 6 months until I finish school, I own a 2005 crf450x that is my daily, currently saving my pennies for a set of 17's

    I have been riding since I was 7, started out trail riding, at 14 I completed all 4 levels of CA super bike school as my father is an instructor, attended many track days on a 09 gsxr750, and "competed" (more like tagged along) to a WERA race at Infineon. I've ridden motocross/desert consistently since I was a kid but have never raced. I worked for the local Ducati dealer while I was in high school and am now attending MMI in Phoenix.

    So, as you can tell - motorcycles are my life!!!! I have wanted a supermoto from day one however I could never justify it where I am from, now that I have been able to plate my CRF I am anxiously awaiting some 17s, and then all the suspension goodness 👌🏻

    Well I hope I didn't ramble on too much, and I am stoked to have a reason to make a profile after so many years drueling over members bikes!

    Excited to get into it!
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    Welcome JayMo to the forum, enjoy.

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    Gday fellas.

    Names Clark. From Sydney Australia. Enjoy super motors a lot. Don't own one as of yet. Currently riding a 05 ZX12R. Not too brand focussed as a lot of different brands have bikes I love. I'm a bigger dude and after having a bit of a go on a mates drz400sm I thought it was a hoot (a push bike with an engine. Was my description of its weightlessness.) mostly comming from big bikes I like the idea of a super moto to do a bit of off road stuff while still having a nimble commuter. My plan unless I read of better alternatives is to purchase at some stage (probably within 12months, as I'm getting married this year) a DR650 then chuck motard wheels at it and a couple of different mods then ride the wheels off it. All while keeping my big 12 in the shed for big long fast rides.

    Cheers.


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    Default New memeber here!!! Oscar from Orlando fl

    Hello my name is oscar from Orlando fl. Just purchased my first supermoto and can't wait to get to know some of ya and maybe ride at some point!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdmfinest View Post
    Hello my name is oscar from Orlando fl. Just purchased my first supermoto and can't wait to get to know some of ya and maybe ride at some point!
    Nice ride for sure! Good score, was that the one that was recently for sale on Ebay?
    '06 CRF 450R street tard / '09 Husky SM450R / CR500AF Sumo - Current
    '04 KLX110 / CR500AF MX / '08 GSXR 1000 / '03 GSXR 1000 - Current
    '06 YZ 250 / OEM CR500 Steely / '15 KTM EXC 500 - Current
    '95 CBR900RR / '99 R1 / '03 R6 / '04 GSXR600 / (2) '02 GSXR1000 / (2) '05 636 -Sold
    '70 SL125 / '85 KX80 / '90 CR125 / '97 RM125 / '01 CR250 / '02 YZ125 / '05 RMZ450 - Sold

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    [QUOTE=rrrr1rob;1940498]Nice ride for sure! Good score, was that the one that was recently for sale on Ebay?
    It was listed in a couple places, it was located in south fl. I'm In love it was defenetly a good score and I couldn't be happier. I do have the bi color wheels for sale as of right now I installed marshesinis

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    [QUOTE=Jdmfinest;1940553]
    Quote Originally Posted by rrrr1rob View Post
    Nice ride for sure! Good score, was that the one that was recently for sale on Ebay?
    It was listed in a couple places, it was located in south fl. I'm In love it was defenetly a good score and I couldn't be happier. I do have the bi color wheels for sale as of right now I installed marshesinis
    Awesome! Congrats on the bike as well as becoming a member here!
    '06 CRF 450R street tard / '09 Husky SM450R / CR500AF Sumo - Current
    '04 KLX110 / CR500AF MX / '08 GSXR 1000 / '03 GSXR 1000 - Current
    '06 YZ 250 / OEM CR500 Steely / '15 KTM EXC 500 - Current
    '95 CBR900RR / '99 R1 / '03 R6 / '04 GSXR600 / (2) '02 GSXR1000 / (2) '05 636 -Sold
    '70 SL125 / '85 KX80 / '90 CR125 / '97 RM125 / '01 CR250 / '02 YZ125 / '05 RMZ450 - Sold

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    Default Hi from Australia

    Hello, names Dan and I'm another Aussie looking to join the ranks. The closest thing I've ridden to supermoto is an old postie bike but hoping to change that in the near future.

    I was a late starter to bikes getting my first as a surprise Christmas present from my wife, on the wrong side of 30 I opened the garage door to find a neat 05 wr250f just begging to be abused.

    She's been a reliable old pig but has seen better days, so I'm considering re-birthing her as a supermoto. Nothing too flash, just a commute to work type of thing but it dose have centimental value.

    I've also recently picked up a 2011 husaberg te250 and could potentially just chuck a set of wheels under it for summer cruising and keep the knobbies for the cooler months of the year. Would love to do both but as always money is an issue.

    Have been looking at the cbr250rr wheels as a cheaper alternative for the wr as I'm a machinist and enjoy a bit of time on the tools, which ever way I go I'm sure I'll find what I need to know here, and I'll try and get a few photos along the way.

    That's the poor old wr in the background :(
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    Welcome Dan. Ya' got a keeper there. Anybody that "gifts" two wheels is all right in my book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    Welcome Dan. Ya' got a keeper there. Anybody that "gifts" two wheels is all right in my book.
    Thanks mate, she's defiantly a keeper!

    I knew joining here would be a bad idea after looking through a few of the project threads I can feel the budget stretching already.


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    Default Hi guys!

    hi guys new to this!

    My name is naomi and i live in london, i currently own a 2004 WR450(supermoto of course) and a vfr400.

    i do a lot of road riding but this year hope to get out on a track with my 450, i am terrible at introductions and just trying to get a hang of this site so ill leave you with a picture of me and the beasts
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    Quote Originally Posted by nay_whaaat View Post
    hi guys new to this!

    My name is naomi and i live in london, i currently own a 2004 WR450(supermoto of course) and a vfr400.

    i do a lot of road riding but this year hope to get out on a track with my 450, i am terrible at introductions and just trying to get a hang of this site so ill leave you with a picture of me and the beasts
    Welcome aboard Naomi, enjoy.

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    Default Old man but new to supermoto

    Been riding since I was knee high to a grasshopper. Had lots of different bike and ridden all over the streets and trails of Southern California. Did a little motocross at the novices level and did track days at Willow. Been off of bikes for a couple years and miss it so I just picked up a 1996 KLX650R that needs some work. Already rebuilt the carb and got the bike running. Now I'm thinking about lacing up some 17s but before I do that maybe I'll try SoCal Supermoto classes first.

    I live in Northridge CA, San Fernando Valley and would like to find something like SoCal Supermoto closer to me. Anyone know of anything closer ?

    Anyway, Cool forum and looking forward to learning more.

    Oh yeah, the old man part. Turing 60 this year but don't feel like 60. Might be a slow old man but still want to have fun.

    Cheers,

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    welcome old man, you are not alone here, you will love sumo track riding if you have sportbike trackday experience, half the cost, half the speed , less than half the risk of injury, = twice the fun!

    I know a lot of people like the klr650 as a street/adventure bike that can be bought cheap but I cant recommend putting much time or money into one, especially for sumo, especially with the cost of sumo wheels you should start with a better bike, a DR-Z 400 is a much better choice and a 10 yr old 450 MX bike is the best bargain for track use, older Honda 450s and yamaha's are very popular in sumo and you can find them cheap sometimes if you are lucky, used sumo wheels and other parts come up for sale sometimes for these bikes, the older klr650 is very heavy with small diameter low tech forks and slow low performance motor, and you will never see used sumo parts for it, watch the balancer shaft bearings, if they go it takes the cases with and its not a fun repair, ive seen it happen.

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    http://www.maxim.com/rides/socal-supermoto-2016-1

    great article on socal supermoto

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    Default Introducing myself

    Hi there my name is Peter, I live in southern Alberta Canada, been riding dirt bikes for a little while. I have a 2003 cr250, 1998 kx500, 1999 kx500, and an Aprilia sxv550. The ape is my only sumo and I've been a member of the aprilia forum for a while. Looking to get/make another sumo (one with a less rigorous maintenance schedule) and thought this forum would be the best place to research what my project should be

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    Quote Originally Posted by elroy121 View Post
    welcome old man, you are not alone here, you will love sumo track riding if you have sportbike trackday experience, half the cost, half the speed , less than half the risk of injury, = twice the fun!

    I know a lot of people like the klr650 as a street/adventure bike that can be bought cheap but I cant recommend putting much time or money into one, especially for sumo, especially with the cost of sumo wheels you should start with a better bike, a DR-Z 400 is a much better choice and a 10 yr old 450 MX bike is the best bargain for track use, older Honda 450s and yamaha's are very popular in sumo and you can find them cheap sometimes if you are lucky, used sumo wheels and other parts come up for sale sometimes for these bikes, the older klr650 is very heavy with small diameter low tech forks and slow low performance motor, and you will never see used sumo parts for it, watch the balancer shaft bearings, if they go it takes the cases with and its not a fun repair, ive seen it happen.
    I couldn't plate my KLX650 R here in California so I put it up for sale and am now looking around for a DRZ400. Seen plenty so far and a wide range of price. Going to look at a few before I commit to one.

    I'm thinking I might try SoCal Supermoto track day in the coming weeks.

    Cheers,

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    Default hello evrybody

    hello people first time here tryin to buil my first supermoto

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    Hello all, My name is Gregory and glad to be part of like minded riders. I live in St. Louis Mo. and have a 2015 DRZ400SM and a 2014 street glide.

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    Welcome to the forum Gregory, enjoy. Good thing we're a bunch of laid back folks here and forgive your indiscretion of owning a H-D.

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    Default New to SuperMoto Junkie and the whole forum thing

    Hey eryone,

    Im new to SuperMoto Junkie, supermotos, and the whole forum thing so I am just trying to figure this stuff out.

    I have ridden dirt bikes since I was a youngster, got my first Harley Sportster at 17, and moved on to my latest bike, a Suzuki DRZ400SM.
    I bought the bike in Salt Lake City, Utah and used the bike as a daily commuter and all around a$$ kicker around town, I loved having the slicks on there until I moved up to a small mountain town in northwestern Montana. Where I live now we have more dirt roads than paved roads so I am becoming more interested in off trail and single track riding but I don't want to give up the supermoto for a regular ol enduro or dirt bike. The slicks have treated me well until recently when I was on a dirt road covered in pea gravel. Lets just say tight turns, speed, and pea gravel don't mix unless you like skipping across the dirt.
    So needless to say I am looking for some advise from you DRZ or other SM owners on on/off road tires for 17 in rims.. I was thinking something around the line of 60% on road 40% off road? And as far as sizes? I have heard some folks say just to go with rear tires fro both front and back?
    Like I said I am new to supermotos so the odd tires are new to me. Any advise will help, thanks.
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    Hey all my name is Dakota fairly new to dirt bikes and all in general been riding fourwheelers since I was 6 had a pit bike when I was 10 or so. Then got older moved out supporting myself and decided I wanted the dirtbike I was never aloud to have. I bout a Honda cr250r ended meeting this amazing gal who wanted to go riding with me traded for a 200 xcw for her she payed me for it and I pulled some cash together went and bought a KTM 525 hoping to build my supermoto Dailey weekend thrasher bike. I think I did pretty good 2005 KTM exc 525 two previous owners were 55 and 45. I'm by far the youngest owner of it. I have come to understand with just over a month of trail riding it's quite a beast! Crazy loads of power and being a two stroke fan it's a bit off learning how they react different. But I get lazy not paying attention to what gear I'm in just because it doesn't care. So I'm happy to see people builds and mods. I'm going to school so budget is quite low for it! But I think it would be a good computer work is only 6 miles campus is 2 and Gina make some busy legs on it to haul the GF around when we go down town. Thanks for your f
    Time,and the read.,

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    Default 2006 yz250f project

    my first project
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    Default waiting for my plate

    I hope everything goes good my paper are in the mail

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    Default almost ready my build

    now i got my plate in light kit installed next supermoto wheels..im so happy

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    Default Brand new

    I am brand new to the supermoto world as i just got my first supermoto today. 06 DRZ 400 SM. I live in Portland, OR (gladstone/SE) I tried my best to talk myself into a husky sm 450 r but i want to be able to ride it on the highway, take day trips and that kind of thing, and not spend a ton of time wrenching on it. Ive spent a considerable amount of time on these forums already doing homework to decide what to buy, and i intend to spend a lot more on here. If any of you are in my area i would love to hear from you and maybe chase you around some time.

    Stoked to be Here

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtsums1 View Post
    I am brand new to the supermoto world as i just got my first supermoto today. 06 DRZ 400 SM. I live in Portland, OR (gladstone/SE) I tried my best to talk myself into a husky sm 450 r but i want to be able to ride it on the highway, take day trips and that kind of thing, and not spend a ton of time wrenching on it. Ive spent a considerable amount of time on these forums already doing homework to decide what to buy, and i intend to spend a lot more on here. If any of you are in my area i would love to hear from you and maybe chase you around some time.

    Stoked to be Here

    MTSums1
    Welcome to the forum mtsums1, enjoy. Yeah you cant't go wrong with a DRZ. Wheelie on.

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    Default New member says hello

    Hey guys, just want to say hello.
    Just finished mocking up my first supermoto build. I took my 07 Honda CRF450X that I used for the 2008 "Rip to the Tip" (Baja offroad run 1500 miles from Ensenada to Cabo) and converted to SM. I'm from eastern Pa and just wanted to have some road fun with it since I had it shipped back from CA.

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    What's up guys and gals

    My name's Hayden, I'm from the mountains of NC, and a lot of my friends call me Queso or Boone.

    I'm a 24 year old fabricator running my own business making bumpers, sliders, and other 4x4 products for folks, saving up for my first supermoto, hoping to keep it simple and get a drz400sm or a wr250x when the right deal pops up. Currently in a sling recovering from shoulder surgery due to my previous profession as a whitewater tour guide on the Nolichucky, New, and Chattooga Rivers. If anybody wants to donate a bit of cash to my funds, give me a shout, otherwise I'm here to learn about this life.

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