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Closing in on the yellow! Let's get 'er done! Thank you very much for your loyal support, Jim

Or by mail to: Free Republic, LLC - PO Box 9771 - Fresno, CA 93794
Free Republic 4th Quarter Fundraising Target: $88,000 Receipts & Pledges to-date: $77,204
Woo hoo!! And now less than $10.8k to go!! Thank you all very much!!

Keyword: dirtbike

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  • Motoped Survival Bike Looks Like a Million Bucks

    10/12/2015 8:47:34 PM PDT · by Kartographer · 80 replies
    Autoevolution ^ | 4/9/15 | FLORIN TIBU
    The Motoped Black Ops is a shameless, shallow grab for attention that has 100 percent done its job on me. A zombie hunting moped? Seriously? But the product behind it is actually pretty sweet. A highly customizable moped with a 500-mile (805 km) range, 200 mpg (1.2 L/100km) efficiency and heavy-duty engineering. It easily converts to an ultralight dirtbike if you swap the 49cc stock engine for something larger, and its long travel suspension should make it pretty capable on dirt tracks.
  • Watch this guy explore Detroit's abandoned Packard Plant on a dirt bike.

    01/21/2014 10:00:39 AM PST · by nascarnation · 47 replies
    Autoblog ^ | 1/20/2014 | J. Ramsey
    Packard gave up on its automotive plant in Detroit in 1956, but the 3,500,000-square-foot complex of reinforced concrete remains - if only as remains. It is perhaps just as famous for being ruins as it was when it built cars, still attracting plenty of attention from entrepreneurs, paintballers, vandals and urban spelunkers. Creative types love them some Packard Plant, too, evidenced by the short film produced by Cantini Pictures when they wanted to test out a homemade motorcycle and an aerial drone. The result is a few minutes of "motocross meets the monument." Check it out in the video below....