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Considering trading one of my road bike projects for a non street legal dirt bike, a 1980 DR400. Where can you go without a plate? Forest service roads? trails?
where else? And do you have to have any ownership papers to get that off road sticker? This one has no title.
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Sorry if this comes up twice. I'm still gettin used to posting on forums. staythetrail.com (or .org, not sure) has a tone of info. They list a ton of trails in Colorado and what type of vehicle you can use on them. I was amazed at how many there are. Good luck
 

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I think most places require the sticker, does your bike have the spark arrestor? If so it shouldnt be too hard to get a sticker.
 

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The bike I was thinking about didn't have the spark arrestor, I think I have decided not to do this swap. The old Suzuki 1000 project is worth a lot more than his DR400. My other dirt bikes have the spark arrestor, where do you go to get this sticker? Do you need ownership papers to get it?
I have no title on one of the dirt bikes.
 

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I went up by Rampart yesterday, noticed spark arrestor signs. I also noticed most trails are closed to non licensed vehicles. Up by Buffalo Creek reservoir same thing, lots of signs.
 
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