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12/30/2017 8:22 AM

Please tell me the name, year, and where the pic was taken, if possible.. Photo

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12/30/2017 8:25 AM

me in 73 !!

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2 Stroke, Drum Brakes, Finned Cylinders!!!

12/30/2017 8:47 AM

ctbale wrote:

me in 73 !!

What's your name?

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12/30/2017 9:16 AM

ctbale wrote:

me in 73 !!

Rohr144 wrote:

What's your name?

His name is Jose Jimenez

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12/30/2017 1:20 PM

Lance Moorewood, 1973, Saddleback.

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12/30/2017 6:05 PM

Ronnie Mac's dad doing the sky wheelie i n 1979.

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12/30/2017 6:05 PM

Nice boots, high points?

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12/30/2017 6:10 PM

Rockinar wrote:

Ronnie Mac's dad doing the sky wheelie i n 1979.

Exactly what I was thinking.

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12/30/2017 6:13 PM

Motoxdoc wrote:

Lance Moorewood, 1973, Saddleback.

What is Moorewood doing these days?

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12/30/2017 7:12 PM

ctbale wrote:

me in 73 !!

Rohr144 wrote:

What's your name?

mx295 wrote:

His name is Jose Jimenez

"My name is, Jose Jimenez."

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12/31/2017 4:48 AM

oldblood wrote:

Nice boots, high points?

they sorta look like some Viking mx boots I had , that I think became Hallmans later on.. A friend of mine had one of those first yz 80s and I remember it didn't seem very powerful , was coming out of tight corner to go up a hill hit second and broke shift shaft off , bike was new and dealer mechanic said was defective and warrantied it ...I was used to riding 125 in those days,,,

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12/31/2017 5:00 AM

Yep 73 YZ80 my first race bike (not me) But I did have to look close, I was running #19 back in 76 when i got my used YZ80.

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12/31/2017 7:26 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/31/2017 7:27 AM

I thought the gray tank YZ80A's were '74 models.
The '75 YZ80B's were a vast improvement.
Modded XR's would eat the A-models (unless one ran into a Noguchi----here's looking at you Gene McKay and Shawn Kelley). The game changed in '75 with the B-models, at which point any competitve XR was forced into running "big"....

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12/31/2017 7:51 AM

Motoxdoc wrote:

Lance Moorewood, 1973, Saddleback.

Mini Elsinore wrote:

What is Moorewood doing these days?

I just found an old Lance Moorewood VHS tape from the World Mini GP in a box while setting up my new shop last night. One of those boxes that I always planned to go through but had been collecting dust for 20+ years. My dad must have hired to video my races, but I don't really remember ever having it. Hoping when I clean all the dust off it, and find a VHS player, it still plays.

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12/31/2017 8:16 AM

Motoxdoc wrote:

Lance Moorewood, 1973, Saddleback.

Mini Elsinore wrote:

What is Moorewood doing these days?

slipdog wrote:

I just found an old Lance Moorewood VHS tape from the World Mini GP in a box while setting up my new shop last night. One of those boxes that I always planned to go through but had been collecting dust for 20+ years. My dad must have hired to video my races, but I don't really remember ever having it. Hoping when I clean all the dust off it, and find a VHS player, it still plays.

Helluva find, Slippy! Would love to see some old footage of a WMGP.

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