300,000 km on NC700X

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Afan - perhaps not practical for several different reasons, but owning a small dirt bike and using it to learn how a bike reacts in the dirt helps a great deal. For this venture, I would not go any bigger than 250 cc because that's plenty for what you need.
 

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Is that with the stock suspension? Man, it's getting a workout!

Hello!At the front i changed the front springs(ohlins) early at 60.000km.At the back at 230.000km i put an ohlins suspension,but many of the small videos you saw have been made with the stock suspension which I had tightened the preload of the spring.The big difference came with the higher profile rear knobby tyre (150-70-17).
 

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Afan - perhaps not practical for several different reasons, but owning a small dirt bike and using it to learn how a bike reacts in the dirt helps a great deal. For this venture, I would not go any bigger than 250 cc because that's plenty for what you need.
I totally agree, that would be the best way to learn.
Although, your comment/reply was in reference to...?
 
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