Fuuuug. How does it feel to be dumber than a Newfie?
I says pardon?
I like how you are hanging off my every move, it really is flattering.
All kidding aside, I have some big new changes coming up so having toys may or may not fit into it. We'll see.
….even my beloved YZ might be on the chopping block! Boo!!
I have a couple friends up here on CR500's and they don't have any complaints. Both are my size.
I hear the KX was a harder bike to ride.
The '93-'96 Honda's were arguably the best years of the their 2 strokes.
Like I said, it doesn't matter, I'm not speaking about practicality here. :lol:
90% rider, 10% bike. I bet most people would be faster on a 125 after they learn how to ride one. Mainly because you have one speed on a 125 - wide open.
But damn, a new CR500. Dude.
Yea my YZ is a beaut but I'm not married to anything other than my wife.
Need more power? I don't think anybody needs more power. The key word here is "want". Or is it "lust"? Lusting for 65hp! :love:
Come on, a brand new never STARTED '96 CR500 for sale. God damn.
Want and curiosity wins out over practicality every time (with me anyway).
Sorry to offend your delicate sensitivities. Hockey fights are part of hockey. I don't know about your rec league, in ours we fight and have contact… don't like it? Don't play.
And, WHO CARES what non-fans think? When was the last time they payed for merch, tickets, or watched the advertising during a televised game? Gimme a break.
Liking fighting or not has nothing to do with how tough you claim to be. Fighting in hockey nowadays is awkward. Its kinda like watching someone light up a cigarette in a restaurant.
Watching hockey for the game is much more entertaining than watching some dudes engaging in randomly staged brawls. Its got nothing to do with toughness anymore. Claiming to be tough because you like watching fights? Give me a break.
Its changing. You won't see fighting in hockey in 20 years.