Vintage Trail Bossing
Chance showed up at the shop last weekend with a 1979 Yamaha DT175 and some other dirtbike in the back of his truck so we took a ride over to the docks to have some fun. If you haven’t ever been to the water front in Kensignton, it’s no-man’s land… there’s lots of trails but also lots of garbage, shady people, ghetto dirtbike kids, more trash, nasty smells, and people fishing… and it’s awesome.
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Published - Jan 17, 2015
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That looks amazing!!!!
not that it matters but its a 79′ and its for sale
shit, I need a dirt bike
We all need dirt bikes. haha.
Correction made, it is a 79.
Kenny, come by the shop sometime.
man, gotta get my bike runnin!
maybe i should turn the cb200 into a cl 😉
Let me know if you guys do this again. I really wanna go. I’ve heard of the trails/areas to ride around there but have never been.
Is that an RM125?
I’ve got a 79 KX80 and my buddy Nick turned his CB125 into a dirt tracker of sorts. We love fucking around offroad.
I would definetly love to stop buy more, I’m currently working a lot of evenings/nights so it makes it hard to do much but I’ll try!
thats my 87 rm125
Marko, i rode my cb360 all through the trails… its not enduro but it was fun as hell.
Jim, I’ll hit you up next time. I forgot you’re all about dirtbikes and wheelies haha