4-stroker Goes 2-stroke On A Mountain Trail!

Alrighty fellas. This is my first real ride on a bike since my last crash (I'm not supposed to be ridding :devil:). This is also my first ride on a 2-stroke since two years ago when I sold my CR80r! I was very surprised with the bike. I happened to LOVE it. I really like the two stroke power. It's kind of incomparable, the KX100 to my CRF250r, but I feel a lot faster on the little two-stroke. If I do end up being able to ride again, I will be selling my thumper for a 2-stroke for the sake of money saving and fun.

Now for the trail. We kinda made this trail up a mountain beside my house. The trail needs a lot of work, as you can tell because I get hit in the face numerous times by branches, twigs, and sweet sweet thorns. :rolleyes:
The trail is pretty fun, and it is actually pretty steep. You can't tell by the video, but hey, we're riding straight up a mountain! At the very top of the mountain, where I turn around at, we spotted a white tent about a hundred yards away. I'm guessing it's either a moonshine still or a meth lab. The moonshine still is very plausible, considering I live in the "Moonshine Capital of the World" Franklin County, VA. :smirk:

Hope yall enjoy the video!

PS: I gotta give you trail guys some credit (coming from a moto rider), that ride was hard!
 

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Awesome!!! Trail riding and on a 2T to boot!!! Now you know why I get up in the morning.
Great RR -BIG DAN:ride:
edit- I love the log drop!
 
Alrighty fellas. This is my first real ride on a bike since my last crash (I'm not supposed to be ridding :devil:). This is also my first ride on a 2-stroke since two years ago when I sold my CR80r! I was very surprised with the bike. I happened to LOVE it. I really like the two stroke power. It's kind of incomparable, the KX100 to my CRF250r, but I feel a lot faster on the little two-stroke. If I do end up being able to ride again, I will be selling my thumper for a 2-stroke for the sake of money saving and fun.

Now for the trail. We kinda made this trail up a mountain beside my house. The trail needs a lot of work, as you can tell because I get hit in the face numerous times by branches, twigs, and sweet sweet thorns. :rolleyes:
The trail is pretty fun, and it is actually pretty steep. You can't tell by the video, but hey, we're riding straight up a mountain! At the very top of the mountain, where I turn around at, we spotted a white tent about a hundred yards away. I'm guessing it's either a moonshine still or a meth lab. The moonshine still is very plausible, considering I live in the "Moonshine Capital of the World" Franklin County, VA. :smirk:

Hope yall enjoy the video!

PS: I gotta give you trail guys some credit (coming from a moto rider), that ride was hard!
:devil: welcome to the dark side
 
No doubt the small 100 is lighter with more explosive power but the 4 stroke has a lot more low end torque which is better in my opinion for this type of trail riding so you don't have to constantly be throttle jockeying. :thumb: What do I know though, I just like to get out in the desert and open it up.
 
No doubt the small 100 is lighter with more explosive power but the 4 stroke has a lot more low end torque which is better in my opinion for this type of trail riding so you don't have to constantly be throttle jockeying. :thumb: What do I know though, I just like to get out in the desert and open it up.
My 200 pulls on 250f's from the bottom :devil:
 
I wish that hill was in my backyard:thumb:

What do the neighbors think about it?
I'm pretty lucky!

Two of the neighbors are riding with me. :thumb: :banana: And for the rest of the houses, they don't care either. We made sure they didn't care before they moved in. (We were one of the first ones here)
 
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