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Rich1028

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New Member from Saginaw,MI.

I have A 1991 Honda 250X bought it new,still kinda good shape,want to get back to ridding some trails with it.
have not been on the trails since 1995.
used to ride from Houton Lake to St. Helen get gas and food and turn around,made for a great days ride.


looking to read lots in this forum.

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Welcome to Quadcrazy @Rich1028 

Holy crap that’s a gem,  I love that bike!!!

its like riding a bicycle, you will pick up right where you left off. 

You will find everything you need here on Quadcrazy! 

Great job in keeping that bike in such great shape and stay with it and ride safe brother. 

 

 

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nope,that was just the other day,thanks!

I ride it hard,but I try my best to take care of it.

23 hours ago, Frank Angerano said:

Welcome to Quadcrazy @Rich1028 

Holy crap that’s a gem,  I love that bike!!!

its like riding a bicycle, you will pick up right where you left off. 

You will find everything you need here on Quadcrazy! 

Great job in keeping that bike in such great shape and stay with it and ride safe brother. 

Been reading a lot in here,great info!! thanks!

 

 

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