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Hello all,

I am a new member to the forum.  I live in the USA and I have used this forum ever since I bought my TTR250 4 years ago but just now created an account to actually participate.  I have upgraded with a bunch of goodies from Totally TTR as well as others.  I can't say enough about this great bike and am sooo excited about the possibility of being able to take it to the next level with a 350 BBK, fingers are crossed for you Simon!

 

So a little about my bike, it is a 1999 that I bought 4 years ago with only 400 miles on it and it showed, needless to say i got lucky! 

Upgrades include:  Front forks off a 2005 yzf250, XR desert tank, Totally TTR case protector, bash guard, header pipe, DG exhaust and aftermark foot pegs.  I actually just got done installing the tank last weekend so I haven't even had a chance to ride it yet.  Below are a couple pics for your viewing pleasure.

 

 



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Hi Bryan

Glad you have registered and we all love photossmile

Steve



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Hey man not to many folks from the NW on here. I'm in Oregon. High on my ride list is Gifford Pinchot up in WA, if I can get my act together this summer I'll PM you. Maybe you've been there already?

www.fs.usda.gov/activity/giffordpinchot/recreation/ohv/

Here's a great ride report (and why I try to keep coedine in the kit): forum.omraoffroad.com/viewtopic.php


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Hello!  I have to admit, I have never rode on the westside but have friends over on that side that I am sure have.  I don't know about this year as our family has property in the Coeur d' Alene National forest in Idaho and we are doing alot of work up there this year, but you never know.  I looked a the link you sent over adn wow there are **** ton of trails huh!  We have some good riding over here to but not all together like that least were I am at.  With that said regardless I would love to meet up sometime to do some riding.  If you ever find your way over to the Spokane area drop me a line!



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Hi Bryan and welcome to the forum!

Loving the photos biggrin

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Hello Brian, thanks!  How are you enjoying retirement?



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Retirement is good!

Keeping busy but the only deadlines now are those set by Trish for those "little" DIY jobs no



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its always those darn Honey Do's :)  Have to keep them happy so they let us go play on the bikes for hours upon hours!



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