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:) :) :) :) :) stuck in a metro area ride with us the famous tug hill area of new york state[URL=null]null[/URL] newyorkatv-sportsmanclub.com
Written by: carl haasper sr., Friday, 23 November 2007
Article: Raceway ATV Forum

Excellent ATV Resource

I just want to say that ATV resources like this one are invaluable and hard to find. Well done. Bookmark this page!
Written by: ATV Style, Thursday, 04 October 2007
Article: Don't Miss Mississippi - ATV Riding Clubs

I really liked the comment on harlan kentucky. Went there about 6 months ago for the first time. Ive already been back at least 5 moer times. Like you said you cant really explain it, you just have to go yourself. Thanks for the article. Dweatherman!!
Written by: donald weatherman, Monday, 21 May 2007
Article: There's Nothing Black about Black Mountain Recreation Park

Some might say tricks or tips dont think its a n=big deal! :upset
Written by: ATV Man, Saturday, 07 April 2007
Article: ATV Quad Tricks You Can Do At Home

These Aren\'t Tricks?

These seem like ATV maintenance or ATV mods, but not ATV tricks...
Written by: jim, Friday, 06 April 2007
Article: ATV Quad Tricks You Can Do At Home

If you give Raceway ATV a call I am sure they can find you something! :eek
Written by: ATV Man, Monday, 02 April 2007
Article: Bedding that Reflects your Kid’s Riding Style

I agree that atv fans love to have bedding for their bedrooms. Do you know where I can find four wheeler full comforters or curtains?
Written by: Patsy, Monday, 02 April 2007
Article: Bedding that Reflects your Kid’s Riding Style

I feel what your saying Pugglie :zzz
Written by: ATVman, Sunday, 01 April 2007
Article: Muddin’ For The Real Rider

dud ridin down the tracks is fun :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin
Written by: ogglie pugglie, Sunday, 01 April 2007
Article: Muddin’ For The Real Rider

i agree thats asome to have fun like that :p
Written by: kyle, Monday, 26 March 2007
Article: Revving up the Kids ATV Honda CRF150R

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Revving up the Kids ATV Honda CRF150R

Written by Raceway ATV - the #1 kids Kazuma ATV dealer
Revving up the Kids ATV Honda CRF150R Updated: Wednesday, 30 January 2008
In most cases, owning a two-stroke dirt bike is good enough but there are times when you're watching people like Milsaps, Kevin Windham and Andrew Short take it on with their dirt bikes, you're left looking on silently and longingly. But the question is…why can't you have a smaller version of the kind of bikes that they ride? Why not, really. Honda's CRF150R is the answer. Honda says that the CRF150R is the kind of machine destined to transform another segment of the motocross market in a shift from two-stroke to four-stroke…to shake up the small-displacement classes of two-stroke MX machines. True to their word, we think the Honda CRF150R will do exactly that. It's the kind of bike that is a playbike turned racing bike.

The Honda CRF150R is a bike that uses the same technology as some four-stroke bikes they produce with a four-valve Unicam engine, a single chain-driven camshaft, twin-sump lubrication system, a five-speed close-ratio transmission and internal auto-decompression system. And that's not the end of it because the Honda CRF150R has a forged slipper-type piston with Nikasil cylinder lining and two, instead of one, radiators.

Although the Honda CRF150R doesn't sit in an aluminum frame like the other bigger Honda bikes, it has a 37mm leading-axle inverted Showa form, an adjustable rear shock and an aluminum swingarm.

Other features of the Honda CRF150R

* 32mm flat-side FCR Keihin carburetor with TPS
* lightweight stainless steel exhaust header
* full-size repackable aluminum muffler
* HRC works-type rear brake system
* Non-slip seat cover
* A handlebar-mounted hot-start system

The standard version is the Honda CRF150R specifically designed for beginners and medium-skilled bike riders. The Honda CRF150R-Expert is designed for bike lovers who loves racing and comes with specs a little different than the standard one, namely the 19-inch front and 16-inch rear wheels, longer wheelbase (50.6 inches), half-an-inch more rear-wheel travel, taller seat, weighs 169.7 pounds which is about 20 pounds heavier than the standard one.

If given the chance to ride the Honda CRF150R, you'll never ride another two-stroke again unless you absolutely have to. The power of this bike is simply unbelievable. It pulled hard and smooth from bottom to top. In fact, some bike testers believe that this Honda CRF150R bike can be compared to something larger like the 250F. The bike performs beyond what is common among 150s and it is silent too with a huge aluminum muffler on it.

Sometimes it can be hard to ride a powerful bike, so, our question was…how easy is it to ride this bike? And the answer came as a resounding ' Yes, it was easy as pie '. If you wanted to short-shift, it did just that. When you wanted to run it high in the rpms, it did just that. When you want to swerve through corners, it did just that. If you needed to make a jump smoothly, it did just that. Hence, the conclusion is that the Honda CRF150R is very easy to control and ride…easy enough for novice bike riders. Even if we wanted to power-slide or back the rear of the bike into a corner, the process is flawless.

But as no one is perfect, no machine is either and Honda CRF150R comes with minor faults and issues but the problems weren't big enough to warrant a negative review. The gas tank of this bike is slightly fatter so, those who are used to the earlier version may have to adjust to it…plus, the seats are a little higher than usual. And because of the hot start feature, bike riders may have to get used to how difficult it can be to start the bike. And one other thing, the clutch is now a full-sized one which may make gripping a little harder for younger kids or for children who have small hands.

But all in all, the Honda CRF150R might just make the perfect birthday present.


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i agree thats asome to have fun like that 
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