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    I'm still around and still riding my T-Dub, but my wife, son , daughter and myself are all racing MX and hare scrambles now, so the dual sportsdon't get out as much these days.



    My latest venture is just now coming together for vintage hare scrambles. Managed a 40 mile stint on her this past weekend and it ran great. Bike was given to me by the original owner and had been sitting since the late 70s. Engine is new, top and bottom.










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    Looks like super fun!



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    It's a 125, so you have to work to ride it. Your body makes up the bulk of the suspension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronc3 View Post
    It's a 125, so you have to work to ride it. Your body makes up the bulk of the suspension.




    Sets me off to thinking about my Hodaka's from way back when. I loved that little 100. He'll; I could pick it up all by myself. Could really throw it around on the trails. I think it had less travel than my TW.

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    That 125 is beautiful!

    What a keeper you have there.

    And what a friend you have to give it to you!
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    Glad to read your still around and a lucky guy as well. Are you planning to ride Thunder Cross?

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    whoa! is that a Elsinore Honda?

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    that's awesome!...i've seen a few of those on CL and they look like a blast!

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    Classic bike Magazine just did a write up on a guy that did a ground up restore on one of those. Bronc you made out!! Looks like most of the stock stuff is there.

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    The bike is very complete, just a very weathered 74 CR125M Elsinore. Gonna ride her tomorrow.

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