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 Post subject: Re: DRZ sm any good off road
PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2014 12:43 pm 
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Hi, I've got a DRZ400 sm and was thinking off getting some off road wheels,
but having seen yours I will just get some new tyres.
What size tyres are you using? and what make.
Cheers Duncan

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 Post subject: Re: DRZ sm any good of road
PostPosted: Fri May 13, 2016 5:30 pm 
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Paul13 wrote:
I have a friend who is giving up green landing he is going to sell is drz 400. Only looking for £1800. Mot, tax new tyres and mousses fitted, new brakes,

He has got the bike fully ready to go green landing and has now decided it is not for him ;) Nothing more than that. He is near Watford, owns a van so could deliver. Pop up an email address and I can get him to send over pictures. It's a yellow bike


What a pussy! I cannot relate to that at all. Ever since I was little I have wanted to do off road motorbiking, having to make do with off road cycling until then! I guess he was someone who didn't have the passion there in the first place, to him it was just another "hobby", like stamp collecting :roll:

KentWR wrote:
Nothing wrong with a Supermoto on the Byways. I used to do ride outs which involved a nice ride around the twisty and then byways,

Most lanes in Kent can be ridden on a supermoto. I have ridden them all on my old supermoto oh and surrey.


Indeed. This summer if the lanes dry out sufficiently I will consider leaving my supermoto setup on for laning. The only danger is water filled ruts that you don't know how deep they are, a 21" front will get over nearly anything whereas a 17" front will have a tendancy to catapult you if the obstruction is big enough :shock: But when the lanes dry out and you can see the obstructions I reckon a sumo setup will be fine for 9/10 of them and it makes the roads more fun as well!


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