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The most suitable scrambler model for women?


wanitasolehah

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some ads i found out at our 'brother's' forum ..

 

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Late '01 red & black XR200R for sale. Good condition with milage of 34,000km only. Recently changed brake pads, battery, coil, handle grips. Added a headed wrap to reduce heat. Everything else stock. Electric start. Comes with GIVI box. Suspension and fork lowered for female rider.

 

Never been offroad and no accidents. Used purely for occasional transport purpose but giving up riding now. 1st owner.

 

$3000 neg.

 

Fast deal. SMS 96928139.

 

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Selling my bike Honda XLR200. Got to go coz upgrading to 2A bike.. here are the detail of it.

 

-COE until mid 2015

-Overhaul last yr by previous owner

-Bike is fitted wif Cemeto straight tail

-Fender change to supermotard fender

-Speedometer been change to round type

-New set of tyre, 2 mths old(metzeler)

-Bike is stickered up not sprayed.Original color is white.

 

Looking to sell it at 1.8k (negotiable). Extra stock tank, fender,headlight will also be given away upon request by buyer. any enquiries u may call me at 90256747 or juz PM me.. Thankz!!!

 

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BIKE: XR200R or XLR200 (dun know which one, on log card xr200r) Brazilian

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YEAR: 2000

COE: 2010

MILEAGE: 39,000KM++

Electric-start, all stock...

 

PRICE: 2.8k

 

Stuff change in 1 yr of ownership: battery, magnetic coil, seat wrap, handle grip, small gpr signal light...

 

Very low in maintanace, 1lt / 28-30km... Fairly fast pick up... Easy n fun to ride...

Fork n suspension have been lowered to minimum height. Gd for lady rider...

 

Owner seldom ride since owning this machine. I rode it on/off for a couples of months mostly to work until i got a new machine n sold off my wr2...

 

pics

 

email : [email protected]

 

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hope that helps ... :thumb:

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Originally posted by ary@Nov 17 2006, 06:09 PM

some ads i found out at our 'brother's' forum ..

 

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Late '01 red & black XR200R for sale. Good condition with milage of 34,000km only. Recently changed brake pads, battery, coil, handle grips. Added a headed wrap to reduce heat. Everything else stock. Electric start. Comes with GIVI box. Suspension and fork lowered for female rider.

 

Never been offroad and no accidents. Used purely for occasional transport purpose but giving up riding now. 1st owner.

 

$3000 neg.

 

Fast deal. SMS 96928139.

 

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Selling my bike Honda XLR200. Got to go coz upgrading to 2A bike.. here are the detail of it.

 

-COE until mid 2015

-Overhaul last yr by previous owner

-Bike is fitted wif Cemeto straight tail

-Fender change to supermotard fender

-Speedometer been change to round type

-New set of tyre, 2 mths old(metzeler)

-Bike is stickered up not sprayed.Original color is white.

 

Looking to sell it at 1.8k (negotiable). Extra stock tank, fender,headlight will also be given away upon request by buyer. any enquiries u may call me at 90256747 or juz PM me.. Thankz!!!

 

pics

 

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BIKE: XR200R or XLR200 (dun know which one, on log card xr200r) Brazilian

model

 

YEAR: 2000

COE: 2010

MILEAGE: 39,000KM++

Electric-start, all stock...

 

PRICE: 2.8k

 

Stuff change in 1 yr of ownership: battery, magnetic coil, seat wrap, handle grip, small gpr signal light...

 

Very low in maintanace, 1lt / 28-30km... Fairly fast pick up... Easy n fun to ride...

Fork n suspension have been lowered to minimum height. Gd for lady rider...

 

Owner seldom ride since owning this machine. I rode it on/off for a couples of months mostly to work until i got a new machine n sold off my wr2...

 

pics

 

email : [email protected]

 

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hope that helps ... :thumb:

gawd..im confused..theres two bikes and and which having which price?sigh..

Kembalikan Indah

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there's three bike ..my dear fellow rider ..

 

each one differentiate by the lines --------

 

 

and the prices are for each of the bikes .... best if u wanna ask, juz give those guys a call ... they'll be happy to explain to you their bikes, prices and arrange a viewing of their bikes if you wishes to have a look at them first ...

 

do not worry and rush into buying ur first bike .. juz scout around, ask around and have a look. if you are comfy with the bike and price .. well, go for it then .... but best if you can go with someone knowledgable on bikes so they could give u guides and advices along the way ...

 

all in all ... happy shopping !

 

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Originally posted by ary@Nov 17 2006, 12:49 PM

being short doesn't mean not being able to enjoy riding a dirtbike ..

 

it's all in how u handle it ... :bounce:

of course i agree wif u.

 

this gal is juz one who is asking too many qns. want to ride, juz go and ride. dont say short la this la that la. if u tink u r short n cant handle a bike, then ride a scooter.

 

else even a KTM can be ridden by someone who is sub-1.55metres.

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I'm 1.55 and I rode a KTM200 before and currently WR200, KTM400, VTecII and wave. Its not the height of a bike that you need to worry about ... its more of your confidence and experience.

 

Good luck in getting your ideal bike. :cheer: :cheer:

WR Ger ....

 

TZR, Mito, GSXR, Fireblade, RVF400, VFR400, KTM2, WR200 .... Current: EXC 400 ... Tuscani

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Originally posted by wanitasolehah@Nov 17 2006, 07:39 PM

gawd..im confused..theres two bikes and and which having which price?sigh..

Haha may be u can just make friends with some scrambler riders first, then ask them questions!! :cheeky:

Got a suggestion make friends with those who had ride a few bikes and a few yrs riding experience.

http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w221/tricker_juan/Tricker/DSC00476.jpg?t=1177510513

 

I Been riding her since 2005:angel:

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Originally posted by WR_Ger@Nov 18 2006, 09:08 PM

I'm 1.55 and I rode a KTM200 before and currently WR200, KTM400, VTecII and wave. Its not the height of a bike that you need to worry about ... its more of your confidence and experience.

 

Good luck in getting your ideal bike. :cheer: :cheer:

good... finally.

 

but u own 4 bikes at the moment? wow.

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Originally posted by newbie@Nov 18 2006, 06:01 AM

of course i agree wif u.

 

this gal is juz one who is asking too many qns. want to ride, juz go and ride. dont say short la this la that la. if u tink u r short n cant handle a bike, then ride a scooter.

 

else even a KTM can be ridden by someone who is sub-1.55metres.

hehe ... it's normal lah bro ..

 

when u juz passed and got ur first license .. all sort of questions goes on in ur head, not forgetting the itch to get a ride quickly and enjoy it ....

 

:cheeky:

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height is not a factor.. if u really in love with scrams.. u`ll do just abt anytin to ride it.. by all means tip-toe.. i`m 1.68 n i still haf to tip-toe on a wr2..

 

anyway.. while ridin.. u dun need to put ur feets on the ground.. even when u come to a complete stop at the traffic lite.. tip-toein on 1 feet is already possible to let da bike stand.. when u wanna take evasive actions like e-brakes.. avoidin cars.. etc.. puttin ur legs down to support ur bike frm skiddin is also not gonna do much gd.. so dun weri abt tip-toein..

 

my advice is to go fer 4-strokers.. easier maintenance.. e-start.. ever seen my fren`s neighbour kick-start her wr2 early in da mornin.. oh god..! u won`t wanna experience dat.. anywayz.. dun rush in choosin a bike.. try them all out.. see if u feel comfortable ridin it.. n second moz important fact.. comfortable with maintaning it.. u dun wanna burn ur pockets juz on a bike rite..? cheers..!

You Ain`t Ridin.. If It Ain`t Slidin..

 

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Originally posted by nat3lla@Nov 22 2006, 03:45 PM

hey i'm slightly shorter than u hahaa.. but i think wr is a gd bike.. ladies bike i might say. me n another girl friend have the same bike- wr. we selling one away so u might be interested.. 90603922 nat

Do u ve any pic that can show to me?thanks..:smile:

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