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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Here's my 73 KO,these seem very popular.
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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Mex...those DG cans sound sweet! I have a wrap around version if you have ever seen one, but can't take the Bassani off to try it 'cuz the Bassani sounds sweet too....

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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Speaking of AHRMA-- I've been whining about AHRMA doing a vintage "pit bike" class. I'd love to run a clapped out twin shocker XR75 with a Takegawa 124. Or... a CR60, YZ60, or air cooled KX60. Would anybody else be into it? --L*64
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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Luckystar64
    Speaking of AHRMA-- I've been whining about AHRMA doing a vintage "pit bike" class. I'd love to run a clapped out twin shocker XR75 with a Takegawa 124. Or... a CR60, YZ60, or air cooled KX60. Would anybody else be into it? --L*64




    I'd be up for that for sure! YZ60,my first bike been looking for one of those for quite some time. AHRMA mx and roadrace national coming to RoadAmerica this year, I can't wait!



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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Why not start a petition and present it to them about the pit bikes?



    With the cost of the new 4 stroke (big bikes), Vintage seems to be the place to be. I'd like them to have a front disc brake class, or a "Bomber" type of class for 20 year old bikes, so we could more easily find a bike to race with, where every part isn't completely obsolete. They have some more modern bikes that race in the road racing events.



    About the pit bikes-- any pre-1985 air cooled two stroke 60, or XR75/80/100. No big bores, just suspension mods allowed. Two classes that run in one race-- 16-39, and 39+. How's that sound? I'd love a YZ60, KX60, or an '83-'84 14/17 inch wheeled XR100 with a boxed swingarm. Haha! Let's make it happen!

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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Don't get me started on Ahrma today



    they won't even let the kids race vintage mini bikes.

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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    We need more photo's.

    Here' some shots of my KO with some later XR bits added,I like to change it's look.
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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Keep them pictures coming ! From what i understand mini racing in the early 70s was really big down under. A guy in Australia even produced a PK mono shock aftermarket frame. I guess about 12 or so of them. Had a chance to buy one a few months back. I passed on it. I couldn't relate to it. I begged my father to order a REDLINE frame from the Minicycle mag in the 70s, never got it. I'm trying to locate one to buy. I can have them reproduced if i find one. I have only seen pictures of two of them. The one is on BBR web site, it was stolen from their shop a while back ! And the other that was turned into a flat-tracker, pic below. O well the search is on.......





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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Can I ask what he's trying to sell the PK for?



    I know a guy that has a few of the Australian built PK replicas still brand new



    he wants $2200 for them though.



    I'm suppose to be trading some trick elsinore stuff for a authentic PK frame next week.

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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Here's pic's of a PK Frame and rolling Redline Racer.
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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    I would of allready bought one of those PK repop frames but man I just can't convince myself to spend $2300 on one.



    Looks like I'm getting my hands on the real deal though now.

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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Not mine but nice.

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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Jthomas7
    I would of allready bought one of those PK repop frames but man I just can't convince myself to spend $2300 on one.



    Looks like I'm getting my hands on the real deal though now.


    Just so you know the original frames were not made from chrome moly. I was told that buy the guy that had them reproduced. He did tell me the repop ones are made from it. All the tubing but one piece on the swing-arm is not. They could not find in the dimensions for it so the used regular steel. If i cant find a Redline frame soon i might splurge for one. If you look close it will need foot pegs and a brake pedal and a shock !



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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    A few more Redline XR close-up pic's.
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    Re: XR75 Bike Pictures

    Minicycle Racing in the US:- Circa 1974
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