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Behind Steve Lamson's CR125 Photo Gallery

Behind Steve Lamson's CR125

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JC Waterhouse (foreground) has perhaps the latest experience with a competitive Honda 125.
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You won’t find this carburetor unless you’ve got friends in high places.
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Stock front brakes, even on this Frankenstein bike.
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It looks like an old bike, but Lamson’s Hangtown Special makes use of some trick new technology.
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The ignition was relocated to this position under the radiator shroud.
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The graphics look a decade old, but one glance at the frame and front end assembly gives away this bike’s true nature.
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The mill on this tiddler is worth an estimated $40K.
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Check out the new-school neck brace and the old-school chest protector!
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The number 6 is a popular one at Hangtown.
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Just because it was a one-off bike doesn’t mean they forgot the details.
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If you want this Pro Circuit pipe, Mitch has it, but you need the part number!
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That is real gear from 1996 that was put away new!
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It's 1996!
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If anyone knows how to set up a 125, it’s Steve Lamson.
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Showa’s 'A-Kit' setup.
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Mitch Payton had this gem tucked away for the past three years.
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You can find this same triple clamp on Josh Grant’s Sobe NoFear/Samsung/Honda CRF250R.
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Where Lamson goes, you find Works Connection stuff. He is very loyal.
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Michael Tomlin was volunteered to wrench on this project.
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Steve Lamson heads down the hill at Hangtown.
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Watching the familiar number 6 flying around the famed Dirt Diggers circuit was worth all the effort.
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That is real gear from 1996 that was put away new!
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Lamson and the CR125 are a formidable duo.