My riding partner just bought a new Husky a couple months ago and really likes it so far. He buys a new bike about every 6 months. He is a cop in Atlanta at the training center. He does jobs on the side so has a lot of extra cash most of the time.
MX48 you are an inspiration!! MX is the fountain of youth, except for knees, elbows, ankles, bones and tendons in general, but the spirit is what counts!! You are the man!
Well, lets not get carried away, altho I am pretty serious and consistent with my cardio. I wish the motos were 6 laps, I would do a lot better. I have been very lucky with my injuries so far (knock on wood). Broken wrist, broken arm, sprained ankle, sprained knee, broken hand and fingers, dislocated shoulder (not all at the same time). Didn't start til I was 43 so that's why the low number.
The down side to my new bike is the old one (a 2011 YZ450) had the crank bearing lock up. Now I don't trust it anymore so I got a new one.
Just to keep this on topic...the 212 is on my short list when I get my "last" set of speakers when I get access to my 401k money in about 2 years. Also have Seaton Cats, Danley SH50 DIY clones or 212 DIY clones on that list.