They (Huskys) would go straight better than any other bike...That's why they won so many desert races.
Without the following support, my race program would not be worthy:
SERVICE HONDA ~ MTA ~ IMS ~ GPR ~ SPIDER GRIPS ~ GLEN HELEN RACEWAY ~ NO TOIL ~ FLUIDYNE ~ MAXXIS ~ FREEK RACING ~ SCVET ~ SRA ~ ENGINE ICE ~ ACERBIS
1997 CR125, couldn't find a good pic of it though. i lked that bike.
I'll have some pics in a few weeks to post up of a couple C&J framed JWRP Mini Elsinores that Scott at the Vintage Factory is working on for me. I'd been collecting these things and parts for them for years. Never could seem to get around to actually putting them together though. Just finished painting the tanks and numberplates for them today. Going to be really sweet, one for a show bike and one a full blown vintage racer for my youngest son.
Explain the Noguchi a little. Looks like a cross between the YZ "b" and "c" models. I had some Noguchi stuff for a 74/75 YZ125 a while back. Just a couple years ago I snagged a 175cc Noguchi top end for the 125 at a swapmeet for a buddy.
The last Montessa Capra and the last Ossa Phantom ever made are my faves. Third choice would be the 1980 (?) Maico Alpha 440.
Didn't forget, just haven't posted any pics over here since the board changed. Tried once, didn't work though. Anyhow, there it is, almost done. That's the race bike for my youngest son, looks fun doesn't it? The FMF head I sent was a little too big at the front and was going to require a small amount of trimming to fit around the frame . Considering the last CR125 FMF head on Ebay went for $1500.00, I decided against that and supplied an old school T&M head which had already been trimmed to fit a Mini Elsinore. I think it looks pretty sweet. The other one will have a few things different. Can't imagine one of those showing up at my house when I was a kid way back then! Let alone two of them.