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Postby green_passion » 01:45 pm Feb 26 2008

Hi guys!

My love affair with the KDX started about three years ago with the purchase of my '02 KDX 220. It's my first bike and I have to say that even after all the abuse I've put it through, it has never let me down. :mrgreen:

I race primarly AMA D37 events out in the mojave desert and all though she isn't fast, my bike will go just about anywhere I need to.

Now, I just need to get better at riding it! :grin:
"Never discourage anyone who continually makes progress; no matter how slow." - Plato

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Postby jc7622 » 02:14 pm Feb 26 2008

Greetings and salutations, er uh, I mean, Howdy.
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Postby KDX Butterfly » 06:40 am Feb 27 2008

Almost sounds like you need counseling in this relationship of yours.... :lol:

Welcome, and enjoy! All you will ever need to know is right here. Hell, most of these guys can even give you riding lessons "online." :supz:
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Postby green_passion » 05:24 pm Feb 28 2008

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KDX Butterfly wrote:Almost sounds like you need counseling in this relationship of yours.... :lol:

Welcome, and enjoy! All you will ever need to know is right here. Hell, most of these guys can even give you riding lessons "online." :supz:


Sometimes I wonder! :blink:

Thanks for the tip. I've been glued to this site ever since I found it. Now just to convince the mechanic that it's worth upgrading my green machine. :mrgreen:
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Postby skipro3 » 09:45 pm Feb 28 2008

Welcome!
If you are ever up in NorCal, look me up. Better yet, drag your bike along and we'll have a great time!!
I had a really tricked out 220 myself. Check my gallery for photos of it. (Ignore the twisted frame photos. My son did that and he can't ride)
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Postby KDX Butterfly » 06:29 am Feb 29 2008

If you need to "convince" the mechanic, you need a new mechanic.

Don't get me wrong, I am new to riding and just got my first KDX over last summer and still have not been able to take 'er out yet. Yes, I have ridden two different KDX 200s but not on the trails. Mine is lowered so I will have better control in the woods when I do get to ride it. I just have such a hard time picking up the 200 when it is on the ground. :blink:

I am "learning" to work on my 200, and that is how I know that if you have to convince your mechanic, you need a new mechanic.
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Postby thebleakness » 10:17 am Feb 29 2008

I see you've made it over from the other forum. Welcome!
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Postby green_passion » 06:02 pm Feb 29 2008

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skipro3 wrote:Welcome!
If you are ever up in NorCal, look me up. Better yet, drag your bike along and we'll have a great time!!
I had a really tricked out 220 myself. Check my gallery for photos of it. (Ignore the twisted frame photos. My son did that and he can't ride)


Heck yeah I will! :supz:

I love it up there although I haven't had a chance to ride up there yet.
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Postby green_passion » 06:02 pm Feb 29 2008

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thebleakness wrote:I see you've made it over from the other forum. Welcome!


Thanks! :mrgreen:
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