> > I like simple aircooled 2 strokes that I can pull the head in a few
> > minutes that’s cause I’m dumb and lazy
> > I would rather have an older IT than a newer KTM...
> > but ease of service is with the IT.
> Me too. I like the older bikes, ‘cause I can fix em. Plus I can buy four
> IT’s for the price of one KTM, two to ride, and two for backups or
> parts. I’ll probably try to find her a 200 or 250.
> They are totally licensable here in WA state for street use, so they’d
> make a good old school dual sport.
Wow they’re licensable ? That’s cool,
Here where I live they could be made legal if you had a title, and added lights and signals,
Many off road bikes back then here never came with a title, then you would have to figure out to add a brake light and turn signals too, they make turn signal kits for some bikes but I believe they are for newer 4t off road bikes,
When I first moved out where I live now 28 years ago snowmobiles were legal to use in the winter on streets and woods and off road bikes in woods but it hardly snowed, everything got overbuilt and then metroparks took control of woods,
They built a public park and Pavilion, small museum, bathrooms, huge lots and couple foot trails to ledges, baseball diamonds, soccer sports center, dog park then no more dirt bikes or off road vehicles were allowed,
It was Way less environmental impact the way it used to be which was a few people riding dirt bikes on trails that were there when the development was a campground/game preserve, That’s progress I guess ?