Tlr250f twinshock advice

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Tlr250f twinshock advice

Postby Groy » Sun Mar 18, 2018 2:15 pm

Hi, My name is Geoff and I am new to trials and this forum,I have two Honda Tlr250f trials twinshock bikes,I don't know much about these bikes so if you guys could help me I would be rapt, both these bikes are totally original I think but one has Honda on the muffler and the other one doesn't but both pipes appear stock and there is some minor detail differences between both bikes, what I would like to know is there any differences between batches of these bikes as I thought there was only one model.
I also now need to buy a trials helmet nothing flash, what would you guys recommend for very casual use,what do you think of the Hebo zone 5 , and where can l buy trials gear, I m in Qld
Thanks for your help Geoff.



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Re: Tlr250f twinshock advice

Postby Phil 850 » Sat Mar 24, 2018 1:55 pm

If your buying a trials helmet and you also want to use it on the road, you need a road legal one. Not all trials helmets are.
Below is the one I'm considering as it is road legal

http://www.thehellteam.com/mots-go-carb ... elmet.html

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Re: Tlr250f twinshock advice

Postby The Hell Team » Sat Mar 24, 2018 1:59 pm

All the Trials Helmets we have are now road legal since the legislation changed last year. Hebo, Airoh, and Mots.


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Re: Tlr250f twinshock advice

Postby Phil 850 » Sat Mar 24, 2018 4:16 pm

Excellent
I was looking about 18 months ago. I'm glad to see that there is now more variety to choose from.

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Re: Tlr250f twinshock advice

Postby eagle » Sat Mar 24, 2018 9:34 pm

If you go to Trialscentral.com there's a Honda section in the forums which has a lot of good info, plus there's a Honda tlr 200/250 fb page. a fair few parts are still available through Honda dealers, but there is a lot of parts to be found in the UK



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Re: Tlr250f twinshock advice

Postby David Lahey » Wed Apr 04, 2018 7:14 pm

Hi Geoff it was great to talk with you again tonight


relax, nothing is under control


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