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Discussion in 'Gearheads' started by SlugSlinger, Jan 13, 2021.
In the snow anyway. Polaris Timbersled.
Yeah that is a little different than my old ATK 406.
What ever happened to ATK?
I don't know I've been out of dirt bikes for many years now. I used to ride the Blackjack Enduro Circuit with my son years ago.
Thanks for sharing. Anything with a motorcycle motor is ok with me because I have owned 43 motorcycles of various types in my life. Yep, old guy here still with a 1974 250 WR Husqvarna to plunk on every once in a while.
One of my favorite modified motorcycle clips is this one. More on the development is at
I liked the Husqvarnas also. I had a 1984 430WR, a 1985 500 Auto, and a 1988 430 Auto.
New twist on a snowmobile, but cool..Grew up on 2 wheels and horses.. 1st year 1973 Honda xr 75 was $400 new.. LOL, not today..
I had a 1978 390 OR, that thing was a handful for sure, a buddy twisted it off on some gravel at the end of his street and went ass over elbows into a neighbors mailbox and put a big dent in my aluminum tank, he had road rash over his whole back and was in agony for awhile. Looked just like this one.
Man, the second someone offers me a job in snow country, I'm having one of those.
Our family was huge on motorsickles... learned on a JR50, skipped straight to a KZ100. Eventually bought the neighbors 73 yamaha Enduro 175, fell in love with early bikes. My uncle had a cycle shop,, hotrodded it up. Rode in open (old men) classes in OKC, Lawton, and Elk City in my teens. Made friends with a guy that sold me a 1975 Honda Elsinore 250 for $400 when I was 16. Took the leather from an old recliner to recover the duct tape seat. 20-something years later,, I still ride that bike around the trails in Rush Springs.
Started with Motorcycles in the 70's.
Coworker showed up at the front door one night, and offered me His RD-250 Yamaha for $200.
Bought it, rode it, and sold it for a Honda 450.
Bought the second gen Honda Gold wing and put many thousands of miles on it.
In the late 70's had to lay the gold wing down three times to folks running stop signs.
Time to get off the road someone was telling me.
Went off road and never looked back. The three and 4 wheelers keep me entertained. Take them to the farms and ride 50 miles sometimes on the county roads.