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Author Topic: 2 Stroke v 4 Stroke for City Riding  (Read 433 times)

Online irk miller

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Re: 2 Stroke v 4 Stroke for City Riding
« Reply #10 on: Dec 06, 2017, 16:19:24 »
I rode a CB360 when I lived in Philly.  It was a great bike to ride around that town.  Enough power to move around and small enough to fit into tight gaps.  Now that I own a DR350, I think that bike would be the tits in Philly.   

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Re: 2 Stroke v 4 Stroke for City Riding
« Reply #11 on: Dec 06, 2017, 17:59:02 »
I think it would be cool to do a CR500 Supermoto, could you imagine how much of a pain in the ass that thing would be to ride in the city?


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Re: 2 Stroke v 4 Stroke for City Riding
« Reply #12 on: Dec 07, 2017, 01:29:29 »
I rode a CB360 when I lived in Philly.  It was a great bike to ride around that town.  Enough power to move around and small enough to fit into tight gaps.  Now that I own a DR350, I think that bike would be the tits in Philly.   

DR350 would be a great choice.
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Re: 2 Stroke v 4 Stroke for City Riding
« Reply #13 on: Dec 07, 2017, 19:00:10 »
okay. Good pros and cons. Thanks for the advice everyone