Vintage MX

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  1. Christopher

    Christopher In First Gear

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    I am into vintage dirtbikes, I do some vintage Motocross and Mototrials, was surprised to see this section, makes sense Ranchero's and bikes go together like jam and bread, looking forward to showing up at a race with the vintage bike in the back of the Ranchero IMAG2360_1.jpg IMAG2586_1.jpg
     
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  2. LSChero

    LSChero In Maximum Overdrive PLATINUM MEMBER

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    Kewl!Had a 125 taco in high school.
     
  3. andrewok1

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    I use to race flat track 250 bull/and speedway racing 500 cc JAWA,Very cool brings back lots of memories
     
  4. RANCHEROROB

    RANCHEROROB In Maximum Overdrive GOLD MEMBER

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    I have a 1970 Sachs 125 . owned it since 1972. And I hauled it around in my 68 Ranchero that I also still have. :D
     
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    the Sachs 125 was cross county bike ???????
     
  6. RANCHEROROB

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    They made a 125 Motocross and a Cross country. I have the Cross Country
     
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    I use to also run a OSSA PIONEER &had the race model Stiletto all two stroke , trials riding is a lot of fun ,
    different type of cycling then flat track racing , I liked both sports
     
  8. VintageDirt

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    I've got a couple CZs and a Bultaco I might part with. One is a 75 Falta Replica 400 with wet clutch conversion and Progressive shocks. The other is a 73 400 with Works Performance shocks. Both have Mikuni carbs, of course. The Bultaco is a M199A SherpaT with a New Mexico street title.
     

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    1965 Ranchero 66G In Maximum Overdrive PLATINUM MEMBER

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    My first bike was a Bultaco 100 Lobito that i got in 8th grade, I rode it for about a year then traded it and a $100.00 for a Hodaka 125 super rat.
     

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