Justin Bieber & Lil Twist Caught Doing Something Totally Legal: Riding Dirt Bikes

Feb 1st, 2013 // 2 Comments
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Justin Bieber is one dirty boy — and no, we’re not referring to the time he groped a fan’s breast or uploaded a photo of his butt crack to Instagram. This time, Biebs is literally covered in dirt. The pop star and his pal Lil Twist — the same “good influence” that Justin was allegedly caught smoking marijuana with earlier this year — spent Wednesday (January 30) riding ATVs together. Afterwards, Justin shared some shots of the Texas rapper and himself looking all “badass” — by which we mean “covered in mud”. See the Biebs acting like a normal 18-year-old dude while “Ridin dirtyyyyyyyyy” with Twizzy.

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  1. bella
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    justin you are creazy

  2. pitbike
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    Yamaha is the only Japanese manufacturer that still imports two-stroke motocross bikes to the U.S.. They have had together the entire time, but the YZ250′s best years are 2005 and newer. The lightweight aluminum frame and updated suspension (2006) makes the bike nimble, quick, and easier to ride. Power right out the box is excellent for almost any amateur, so there really isn’t a whole lot you need to do to do for it to be competitive, other than a suspension re-valve for your weight and riding style. The YZ250 has quite a bit of bottom-end power for a 2-stroke, and has plenty up top. You can move the power-band around with an aftermarket pipe if you don’t like the stock curve. Probably the best modification for engine performance is porting. It’s relatively cheap, and if you get it done by the right person this bike will absolutely rip.

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