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I had an Ace 90 too...love me some Hodaka!
 

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looks in good shape, lil elbow grease!
 

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Nice looking ride (they took down the ad now)

I cut my teeth on a 1973 DT250. Scared me to death at 12-13 but what I wouldn’t do for a spin on one now.

Slayer, I recall a post a few years back where you had a bike up camping. Still ride at all?
 

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after my Ace 90 I inherited my dads "71" DT 250 then got a "72" 125 YZ. Damn I've had a lot of dirtbikes! :cool:
 

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after my Ace 90 I inherited my dads "71" DT 250 then got a "72" 125 YZ. Damn I've had a lot of dirtbikes! :cool:
I love dirt bikes, It’s one of my few passions. From the DT I went “up” to a 1984 IT175 (my dad had a matching 83’ IT490.

Now I’ve got a tame 2007 WR250F. I wish I would have got the 450F, but this will become my son’s bike someday (or more likely my daughters as she is the feisty one)
 

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Started on the Hodie. Then a '71 yami 175, then a 1976 YZ400 THEN 1979 YZ 400 then my 1983 Honda XR350R. last 3 brand new. In between A 1972 Honda
XL350, AND MANY STREET BIKES.

Yeah WF I still ride but only to fish. Have a Killer lake in the flattops only 7 miles 1-way. Yampa side.
 

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Some classics being named in this thread! You had a few for sure! and very distinct upgrades each time

If I could afford it, I would have a Jay Leno type collection but they would all be dirt bikes

A late 70s YZ400 and mid 80s XR350 (and CR480) would both be in it...

As would a late 90s YZ400F and a 2000s CR250 (maybe a 2007 for history sake)

An early 80s Suzuki 125...

I’m open for some KTM suggestions...not overly familiar with them but they seem to make some badass enduros

Man I would load up a showroom

I love my current bike though. Don’t ride much at all anymore but it’s perfect for what I need. Always ran a little more wide open at elevation so the extra top end would have been nice but other than that it’s a killer bike.
 
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