This page is going to be dedicated to you people who view this page.
Here's the deal: If you have a bike that you've restored,
had someone restore, used to ride in the old days, or it's just one of your
bikes that you're darn proud of, scan in a picture send it in a jpg or gif format (please!try to keep email below 1 meg)
and email it to me (email link follows). I may have
to fiddle with the sizing to make it fit on the page and not take up too much space.
Please include your name, email address, home page URL(if you have one), and a
couple of sentences about your bike along with your picture.
This is a "for sale" area. I want the pictures in here to be
of bikes you're too proud of to sell or you miss very badly now that you've
made the mistake and sold it as i have done several times!:-(
E MAIL SWAPMEET
Here is a picture of my 1975 F-11 250. I am the original owner and have the flames painted on it as I am a forestry warden the Bureau of Forestry. I use it for trail riding and checking out the fire lines.2nd picture This is a picture of my newest bike. I use her for work, play and general commuting. She truly is fun to ride.
1994 KLX 650.JPG
Jack Gardner's 78kx250 and stable mates
1974 Honda MR50
I purchased this bike for my son when he was one week old. It got
around in the garage for a year and then I tore it down for
After two and a half years of looking for parts, cleaning, painting,
powder coating, etc. this is the near complete bike. It still has a
minor details to get it complete, but it has been a satisfying
To hear that two stroke engine and smell that smoke, man it sure is
great! My son is probably at least two years from riding age, but it
will be ready for him when he gets there.
Hi John, im sending you x3 pics the engine paint has flaked off a little but i can get this sorted if you want some better ones,i think the gollner should have a yellow paint set (yuk) but the previous owners made such a good job of this one i wont be changing it.i know this is a genuine gollner bike as its got the modded flywheel etc.ive also got the std kt model and there quite different,such as the engine seems much higher and set back,head angle etc,the frame welds and quality are exceptional,Nick Scott UK.
I finished putting this bike together last year after many years of collecting the correct parts. It is still on it's original top end. I now use it at local events mostly to just get around on when I observe sections for those who compete. It still has the frustrating low speed push in tight corners that I remember from long ago. Today's sections are much more difficult than what I remember riding as a kid. My painter took liberties with the side panels and now I have rounded corners instead of points. I tried competing on it a couple of times but am afraid of crashing it and ruining parts that I could not replace with originals.
HERE IS SOME INFO ABOUT THIS BIKE
THE FIRST 2 PICTURES is the Kawa before i made it a Twinshock.
THE KAWA WAS I SINGLE SHOCK .
ITS CONVERTED TO TWINSHOCK I DID IT MY SELF.
WE HAVE ONLY I TWINSHOCK COMPETITION IN THE NETHERLANDS.
AND I LIKE TO RIDE I BIKE NOBODY HAS
THE MOST RIDERS OVER HERE RYDING MAICO AND CONVERTED BIKES LIKE HONDA.
THE SWING ARM IS THE ORGINELE SWINGARM CONVERTED TO TWINSHOCK ALSO.
IN THE FUTURE THERE WILL BE A MONOSHOCK CLASS ALSO BUT THAN I TAKE MY OTHER FRAME ITS STILL COMPLETE.
SEE ALSO MY SITES ITS MY TEAM EN THE ORGINISATION OF RACES IN THE NETHERLANDS. WWW.TWINSHOCK-MXTEAM.ORG AND WWW.DUTCHTWINSHOCK.NL THERE YOU FIND ALSO PICTURES
GREETINGS FROM JOHN HEMELRIJK ,AMSTERDAM , THE NETHERLANDS
This is My latest EVO II class find, A 1980 KLX 250 I got for free from an old friend after tring to buy it for a year. A little elbow grease, some PC
Plastic renew, paint , a few new gaskets , some old KX side panels modified to fit over the old works shocks, a rebuild on the Delorto carb,and a rear tire, and I have a reliable, easy to maintain bike that has everybody stopping to ask what it is when I fire it up at the Local tracks. Now my only problem is deciding what bike to take, the scary fun 2 stroke or the soft smooth 4 stroke. Thanks! RLY57@aol.com
This is a picture of my 79 KX250, My oldest son found this bike a few years ago on CycleTrader.com and made me buy it. It was advertised for $200.00 but My son talked the guy down to $100.00 due to the fuel tank being gone and Lack of spark.
I found a tank that fit, Lucked into an almost unused stator coil, and resealed the Fox air shocks and have been riding it ever since.RLY57@aol.com
This is my 1974 Hodaka Super Combat racer. I race this bike, and my
Wombat'n'Stein on the Mid-Atlantic AHRMA VMX circuit. This bike
Clark YZ replica tank, progressive rear shocks, and "huge"
Thunderdog front forks. I have also include a picture that has this
my stock Super Combat, and my Son's 1974 Hodaka Super Rat proudly
This is my Hodaka Wombat'n'Stein. This beast has been resurrected
parts from several bikes. The power plant is from a 1973 Hodaka
Wombat. It sports an Earles front end (maker unknown) with classic
shocks. I have an old Maico coffin tank with Hodaka badges proudly
displayed. It is all mounted on a 1972 Hodaka Wombat frame to
Here is a photo of my bike.laurent FR.
Here is my 1974 Hodaka Super Combat 125 that I rode to 1st place in the Missouri Vintage MX Series in the Sportsman 125 Intermediate Class 2002. Thanks!
Here is my Son Austin Smith's 1981 Honda XR 80 I restored. He rode it to 2nd place in the Kids Beginner class at age 11. It was his first year ever racing and had to compete in a mixed class that included modern MX bikes. The bike features a Powroll 95cc Big Bore kit and their Race Cam. I built the race pipe. The bike has Dunlop 756 Tires and a 1980 CR 80 Frontend with the 17" Wheel.
Randy & Austin Smith
(((click here))) to see BOB'S OTHER BIKES.
email@example.com Bob's GB500
1st pic is my GB and 2nd pic is the AJS7R from
which honda got the inspiration--------------------
bob beach, eureka, ca
This is my 1972 Yamaha HT2 90. This bike is one of two the I found in the paper and could not believe my eyes when I seen them. There are two things that really makes this bike stand out, the first is that it is an unrestored bike, the former owner stored them in a barn and they just set there for 25 years, I sold one of them that only had 168 miles on it, and the one you see here has 2.8 miles on it. The second thing about the bike is this type of Yamaha 90 enduro was never imported into the US in 1972, they were bought by a US serviceman when he was stationed in Japan. Look at the down pipe,that type of pipe only came on the MX model and not the enduros. This is one of them bikes that you just cannot let go,I do not ride it because I don't want to put the miles on it, but that may change. I hate having a bike sitting there and not riding it. Let me know what you think of it,
This is my 1976 KT250. I have owned it for about 3
years. I bought it from my next door neighbor for $550
(US). It is all original except for the handlebars,
which I do still have. When I got it they were tweaked
so I put a different set on it. I have a couple pea
size dents in the gas tank, and a few scrapes and
scratches here and there since I believe in riding my
bikes as well as showing them off. For the most part,
this is in almost new condition, and it is a joy to
ride and is my show bike. It catches people's eye
where ever I take it.
I also own a 1974 TY175 which is also in some of the
pics. This one is definately a rider's bike and is
showing signs of wear and age, but it is my favorite
actual trials riding bike because of its light weight
and maneuverabilty in tight spots. I just got done
rebuilding the top end in it and it is bored once over
and I had the seat recovered since before I got it
someone had covered it in blue vinyl.
I am the one in the gray tanktop with the KT and my
friend Rob Bales is the other one in the white t-Shirt
with my TY.
Both of these bikes are fun to own and I hope to ride
them in vintage competition one day. If anyone has any
info on vintage trials in Montana or Wyomimg I would
love to hear from you @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subject: 1980 KDX400
Is mine the last or has anyone else seen a running 1980 KDX400? Mine has new plastics including Clark Gas Tank.
Has a Boost Bottle and Boysen Reeds. Just installed new clutch, and kick starter. Detailing it for the last two years waiting for the oppurtunity to blow all the other guys away at the Vintage/Evo MX races. (Sorry can't contain my adrenaline sometimes). With over 45 HP and weighing about 242 lbs I estimate it can go over 100 MPH if there was a place to try it! Kicks the tire up in all gears and keeps on going, and going. Great web page!
I can't take any credit on this one. Just the way you see it is the way I bought it after letting it slip through my hands three times during the summer of 2002. Three guys that I knew owned this bike over a 6 month period. Only one raced it and that was for 6 moto's. It is a nice clean low hour bike.Joe Abbate
This is a 74 CR 450 in a 75 MAG 250 frame. I restored the bike myself. As with all my restorations, almost everything is new, piston, bars, cables, Magura controls, seat cover, spokes, wheels and tires. The bike also features NOS "Flyin Fin" fork guards. The bike has been started, but has never seen dirt or trail.Joe Abbate
I found this bike in the living room of a fellow racer and friend Mark Wunderlin on Long Island. This bike has positively "never been touched with a wrench" The Loc-tite is still on every bolt and on the master link. There is no wear on the frame from riding it whatsoever. 'Nuff said'.Joe Abbate
I bought this bike from my good buddy out in Washougal, John Ulver. I didnt have to do much to it when I got it. Then again, it wouldn't be any fun if I didn't at least put a pipe and a new carb on it, so thats what I did. This bike will be torn down buy the end of the 2003 season and given a total restoration.Joe Abbate
this is my brother Brad.was this taken in 76?Best we can remember, it was fall 1977.My brother scalped practice round tickets at the 1977 Masters in order to buy some super duper DG hop-up kit (ported cylinder, porcupine head,pipe, carb, etc.). It had tons of HP, but the suspension was so bad, none
of it could get to the ground!We traded it and a 1976 XR-75 for a [new] 1978 YZ-100.
From: George McCall .
- pic1One of my two, 70 model G31M Centurion's. These little bikes scream, even by today's standards.
- pic2 My collection of G31M's. Two are 70 model G31M's and the other is a 71 model G31MA. One of the 70 models will have the tank painted by Don Robles of Calif. then it should be finished. If you ever need anything restored, or parts for G31M Centurion's, Don is your man.
Two are for show and one is a runner, and boy does it run!
Hopefully, I will sometime have all three on display at the VJMC booth at Mid-Ohio Vintage Day's. That's the plan anyway!
- pic3 I bought this fine 71 model G31MA out of Dallas, Texas. All original, not restored. I hope to display it sometime at the VJMC booth at Mid-Ohio.
Regards, Bob Conley.
Thanks for your website. It helped me track down a throttle cable through B
& J Racing. I had no idea there was any interest in these old trials bikes.
Attached are a couple of pictures of my 1975 KT 250. It has been garaged
since it was new and has 1180 original miles. It only gets used four or
five weekends a year to cruise around on old logging roads. Until a few
days ago when I got the throttle cable from B & J and found I had to remove
the oil pump the bike was entirely stock except for the rear shock
Thanks again for the information.
This is a pic of one of my bikes I will NEVER sell. I was lucky
find this one in a barn located at Red Bud's track entrance. It was
disassembled, but pretty much all there. I was going to fully restore
I figured it would be too much fun to ride. Someday it will get a
restoration, but for now...it's going to get a real good thrashing.
has a Mugen air cooled top end. If anyone has any information about
cooled kit for the 1980 CR125's please contact me, as I have a few
I would like to ask you about the port timing. This is the only air
1980 kit I have ever seen, and have been informed by a few Mugen
it is a super rare find, and that even they had never actually seen
also has Simons forks, a Pro-Fab swingarm, and Ohlins piggyback
Thanks to Robert Hawes for all his helpful input, and to Scott Steger
reproduction # plates. If anyone has any information they would share
the Mugen kit, please contact James Jorgensen. email@example.com
This is my 1979 Honda CR 125. I made many of the items myself including the brake pedal, heim jointed torque arm, aluminum motor mounts, inboard rear wheel snail adjusters, front brake stay, rear shock shaft protector, aluminum brackets for the side panels and the fork stop. The bike also features 1980 side panels, Fox Air shocks, Simons forks, Clarke plastic RC replica gas tank, Jemco pipe 34 mm Mikuni carb, fiber reeds, cylinder is ported, cases are matched, DG radial head (fins were milled to accept the pipe) Renthal bars, wider foot pegs, a Mugen replica seat that I had made and a Fox aluminium swingarm. I also made special brakets for the tank to move it back for better turning radius. Any questions regarding this bike, please contact me. Joe Abbate Joeymotox@aol.com
- here are a couple pics of Steve Darrow's KT,taken at Kansas City,MO. nat'l..He had a SM Bultaco exhaust,the frame had been hiboyed,possibly a 310 kit and who knows what else.
owner Mark Rosenberg from australia 1st 2pictures are of B8M kawasaki. 3d picture is a F11M
- here are a couple pics of my '75 X250 done up as a late fifities AJS trials
bike--engine has been rebuilt and whole bike has been apart and
replated, repainted as with a restoration and with the exception the
colors, fenders, pipe, and seat treatment,it IS a restored XL..bob
beach, eureka, ca firstname.lastname@example.org
- This is my 76KX250 Gilbert Arenaz spotted it for me a couple of years ago it was sitting in a garage for over 20years rode only a couple of hours looks and runs like new all stock (even the fenders!) except for new tires gaskets seals handgrips and shocks wich were all replaced simply because 25 year old rubber gets kinda stiff. thanks for the cool web page JOE! :) John Laurent email@example.com
This is my 75 KX 250 ready to race. The bike was in a sad state when i got it
I would like to do more to it but racing it is the main thing just now and
the wife say no more money but she says I have to get better matching
backgrounds and tank graphics though. I have the original mudguards but need
to pick up side panels
Stephen McNally Scotland UK. Dumpit2301@aol.com
Here is my vintage "74 MX 250 and my post vin '77 YZ 400. Both bike have the proper seats, being recovered.
Robbins, TN firstname.lastname@example.org
1ST PIC.Why did i sell this RTL250 six mounths after getting
it? Couldn't ride it in the dry thats's why!! Bloody
idiot, what i would give to have it now...
2D PIC. Nice hair and beard!!! The day i collected my part
sponsered 300 Fantic in 1985. It was the fashion i
tell you!! HEATH U.K.
my KT whilst not perfect it has proved very competitive at local twinshock events.
Cheers Martin Baker U.K.
Here is my '74 Penton 125 ISDT. This bike is original, down to the tires.
Rick Terry aka Ridgerunner email@example.com
This is my 75 Montesa 250 Capra
The bike is tight and reliable one day i will restore it to its original
condition but for now it has to work i use it as a spare big next to a 75 KX
250 at race meetings Dumpit2301@aol.com
this my CL100, lightened
as much as is humanly possible, flattrack seat and scorpion rear fender,
repainted in Harley livery to aggravate the hog riders (now says piglet
in the tank logo)--all hardware and wheels and spokes replated zinc with
a chromate gold finish--bob beach, eureka, ca firstname.lastname@example.org
This my Bultaco 370 Frontera. It was well ridden but solid when I got it. It is my first attempt at restoring anything. I now have a 250 just like it underway. I spent about 8 months on this one. Everything new or rebuilt, every fastener replated. I love these old bikes, sometimes I stick my head in the garage just to look at them and catch a whiff of semi-combusted Klotz. -Dennis Smythe email@example.com
Yamaha 80s are my hobby. I've had over 60 so far. This is my "80 Racer", just
a bike like we all had in the '70s. ART Yamaha80art@aol.com
This is my 76' AW 400 Maico that picked up 4 years ago in the middle of an
upstate NY winter.
Mechanically sound, but years of mud, rust, and grease when I unloaded it
off the truck back
then. I thank Al Gillen of Williamsville Cycle and Rick an North West CZ
Maico for their help
and advice on getting me through my first vintage project.
This is my 72' AJS 410 Stormer. It was restored by and owned by Al Gillen
Williamsville Cycle. I found this bike by spending several hours at
Cycle getting parts and advice on my 76' Maico. I raced this bike for the
last year and had a absolute blast. The bike handle much better than I
thought, though the right side shifting and the shift pattern being upside
1st gear all the way up) took a lot to get used to! One of the things that
I enjoy, is
how unique the bike is, it draws a crowd whenever I take it out.
Pics are of my '76 XL 420--in addition to the big bore kit it has a
fairly radical cam, XL500 front end and swing arm and 17 1/2" fox
shocks. The frame is nickel plated------
bob beach, eureka, ca
I looked for this bike for two years, then found it on Ebay in the Winter of
2001. It is original down to the grips and tires. It has a 125 Sachs B
6speed engine.Tyrans were one of the only dirt bikes you could buy that came
with options. There were three different pipes. This one came with an EC Birt
pipe. You could also opt for plastic tank and fenders. There was also an
option for porting. This one came with its original aluminum tank and
fenders. If anyone owns a Tyran, has new parts for sale, or has information
on production numbers for this bike please contact me at
Here's one of my 78
KX250. It's also completely original down to the tires and grips. Jeff Hardin Kawieboy@aol.com
Clint Pulliam OWNER 75kx125kawasaki all original except for tires and shocks/rear fender. (get yourself a bike to restore) SEE CLINT'S web page at www.motolane.com
I had a YZ 125C back in the late summer of 1975. It was the first new bike I had ever owned. Unfortunetly, this isn't that bike. I purchased this bike a few years ago. It was running and complete when I got it. While restoring it, I had attended a swap meet and was able to find an NOS rear wheel and sprocket. The stickers from the factory were still on them! The side panels, carb and the Preston Petty fender are NOS as well. The shock is rebuilt, the top end is new as well as the cables. I had the tank graphics made too. Joe Abbate
I found this bike in the trash around the corner from my house. Just a rolling chassis really. It took me a while to find the parts, but when I did, they were from a bike in Montana, and there wasn't a spec of rust on anything. The air canister is NOS. The rest of the cables, seat, sprockets etc came from Strictly Hodaka. Joe Abbate
my 90cc HT1 yamaha
What do you do when you want the look of a Maico GP, but you already own a 78? Buy yourself a tank, fenders, fork boots and yellow and silver paint. I restored this bike from the ground up including the bottom end and trans. Always wanted to ride a Maico from the time I saw Adolph Weil at Unadilla in 1975. Reliabilty being an issue with the pre-78 bikes influenced me to build this. Even the hardcore Maico guys do a double take when I bring it to the races. Thank you to Eric and Dean at Maico Only for helping me out with alot of the parts. Joe Abbate
My first vintage racer. Paid $500.00 for it at a local vintage race. Raced it my first year as a novice and finished first over all for the year in +40. Restored it shortly after,and included the following: New Cirlce F pipe, plastic air box, new fenders, ported and bored the cylinder, porcupine head, fork kit and Works shocks . The trans also needed to be completley rebuilt. Yes, if you try hard enough, you can break a CZ transmission! Thank you Dave at Green Mountain for the excellent work on the engine. Joe Abbate
This is my '73 Husqvarna 450 Desertmaster. I found this bike back in '98
over at Kim Burrow's in Christmas Florida. Kim acquired from a MC dealer
friend who had the bike housed in a trailer for probably a quarter century.
3rd gear was chunked. Upon going through the powerplant Kim observed that the
bike probably didn't have more than 30 hours on it in its life. The aluminum
fenders and bars were original and almost flawless. All it needed was some
lovin', scrubbin', polishin' and some paint. Before resto, I raced the bike
stock as a rock in an AHRMA National in Ocala, FL at Hard Rock back in '99. I
am still rehabbing my right leg after torque fracturing it in the first lap
of the first moto. A well groomed track (NOT) and the ole Husky-hop
contributed to the crash and burn. The doctors and staff at the local
hospital were more than kind and I was awarded a titanium trophy and the
appropriate stainless fasteners. The nurses were cute, so all-in-all it was
a nice race day. The bike is retired. On a collateral note, I have
purchased a trick '74 250 Mag prepared and raced by Tom Boyd in Okemos, MI.
Tom also set me up with a '72 250 Cross which I keep as furniture. Tom
really knows his Husky stuff. Look him up. Kim Burrows (as mentioned above)
also sports a lot of vintage machinery and parts. He's a nice guy, but he's
a bit pricey. If his nuts were as high as his prices he'd be chokin'. Well
fellow vintage enthusiasts, have a good race day. :) Look for my periodic
articles in the Husky Report. - Radar www.Huskyclub.com
I purchased this bike for $300.00. I found it while having someone cover a seat for me on one of my Maico's. When I bought it, it had beed laying outside for years under and over-hang next to a garage. It was in need of a total restoration. Fortunatley the correct side panels, tank and strap were on the bike. However, someone tried to install a top end from a DT 360 on it. My search to hunt down a complete top end took well over a year. I finally found the cylinder in Arizona, which was NOS and did not have any casting numbers on it any place. Rumor had it that this was a factory race bike replacement cylinder. The head was located shortly after in California. It was also an NOS item. I wanted to have something a little different when I completed the bike, yet, not get too far away from its original appearence. After seeing Jim Weinerts OW13 in a magazine from the late 74 season, I decided to model my YZ after that. Modifi! cations include, a Jemco pipe, gold anodized rims, mono fender extension, air canister forks, which later came stock on 76 YZ's but were on "Jammin' Jims" bike a year or so earlier, and the OW style tank decals, which I had made. All cables, seals, spokes, sprockets, chain, tires, bearings, filters etc are all new. The mono-shock is rebuilt and every nut, bolt and screw on the bike was either replaced or bead blasted and polished. The hubs were bead blasted and polished as well. I did all the work myself including the paint. I'd like to thank the following people for helping me with some of the parts: Jemco, Buchannan spoke & rim, AMS in Arizona(for the cylinder), Lee Fabry (for the cylinder head) and Dave Taylor for the shock rebuild. I hope everyone enjoys seeing it. It took quite some time to complete.
this is my 72 f7a 175 , great bike, 6000 mi. ,runs real good, top speed all most 70mph. got it out of a barn and cleaned her up and ridin.2nd pic my rickman. RONNIE ELLIOTT. FOR BEFORE AND AFTER PICS AND MY OTHER BIKES SEE MY WBPAGE (((CLICK HERE)))
Tony Barnett TONY.BARNETT@innogy.com
BSA G33-13 World Tour, 1933 986cc sidevalve V-twin. A Colonial model
originally dispatched to the Irish Police Force probably for sidecar use.
Designed to cope with the roughest roads the Colonies had to offer. Rebuilt
by me from a rolling chassis and a box of bits (but at least I knew it was a
complete bike). Very interesting to ride because it is very long. Goes like
stink. Doesn't stop too well though.
Velocette MAC, 1954, 350cc ohv single. Bought as a scruffy runner and still
used as such despite the new paintjob on the tank. Ridden to Ireland twice,
Southern Germany and France. Great handling and superb noise from the
fishtail exhaust (notice I didn't call it a silencer). A great bike.
here is a pic of my Sammy Miller HiBoy frame, made for the Honda
TL125/150. It is one of the last made, dating from around 1982. Its made
from Reynolds 531 tubing, nickel plated and at the time was meant to save
26lbs in weight over the standard TL.
ALAN JOHNSTONE(AS Wolverhampton) Alan.Johnstone@trw.com
fantic 300 trial owner Chris Stevens from the U.K.
- Arnie Coopers 1974 YZ250A This is my 1974 yz250a, it took me 2 1/2 years to finish it, but I still need a seat base?
HERE IS MY 1980 CR 125 MUGEN KIT BIKE, I HAD ALLAN WOODS MAKE ME A
SPECIAL SET COVER, OHLINS SHOCKS, 37.5 MM CARB, IT SCREAMS AND IT WAS 10
YEARS AHEAD OF IT''S TIME . MIKE BOGGIA BOGGIA1@AOL.COM
The first is my 74 kx250 ,I bought it from Ebay and hade it sent here to the UK ,It was partly restored and needed finishing so after a year of hunting around for parts to finnish its now looking quite good ,
the second a 1976 KX250 was bought as a basket case but ran ok ,I stripped every last nut and bolt and restored it to its current nearly finnished state ,just need to change fenders and airfilter and shocks ,
The third is a nos frame and tank that i bought from a guy in europe ,This i now have most parts to finish so just need the time to build it up ,
The third is not a kawasaki but it is so nice i thought i would send a pic any way its of my suzuki RM370 1976 and its absolutly mint and i bought it from a guy who used it as an ornament in his house it still has not had fuel in the tank,So i dont know whether it runns ,I should think it does ,keep up the good web site i have been helped by John Ulver a few times for parts ,and found him very usefull all the best from windy wet England,regards Les Rampton
Here's a pic of my "working" 1975 KX400.As you can see I do race the old
girl.This pic was taken in June at an ACR event at my local track Ace
Motocross , Modena NY. Thanks for the great site and board, keep up the good
work. I'm currently restoring a 1974 KX125......now if I can only pick up a
- here is Mark Hilderbrand's 78 KX125 with a works fiberglass tank on it. This tank was only used one race at Kiethsberg Illinois 125 national in 77. Jim Weinert was testing the "almost production 78" It was found out to be to small to make a 45 minute moto.
- KawieBoy's KX400
The bike is original with original tires and grips.
Harker Heights, Texas
- Clint Pulliam OWNER 76 kt 250 kawasaki trials all origanal except for the new radialtrials tires. SEE CLINT'S web page at www.motolane.com
John Laurent & grand son Dillon(2 yrs old) takeing a spin on their 70 ct70 honda auto.