After the SRA race, I decided to be a good Samaritan and loan this bike to world extreme endure star Graham Jarvis for the King of the Motos event. I added two items before he took the bike: an Enduro Engineering aluminum skid plate and Husaberg radiator guards. Since he's a fair bit lighter than myself, Graham brought his own suspension and tires with mousse inserts. He also added an electric fan to the right radiator, which was a very good idea considering the slow speeds of the race. He didn't run a thermostat but a switch he could manually turn on if he felt he was in a situation that might boil over the 'Berg. Graham told me he had never ridden with a steering damper and wanted to remove it. I told him some of the course would be very high speed and I recommend he leave it on....duh! Wisely, he did use the damper and thanked me after the event for keeping it on the bike. Also, Graham raced with an FMF pipe and muffler to suit his power preferences. Overall, the bike was lightly customized to suit his tastes, which may have contributed to the fact that he waxed the competition at the event. Kyle Redmond, who finished second behind Graham was also riding a borrowed Husaberg TE 300...these bikes must be magical at the top level!After Winning the King of the Motos, the bike was in pretty good shape. The skid plate was bent and scraped but did its job as the frame and engine stayed in one piece. The right foot peg received a very small bend and it is time for a new chain and sprockets, which is expected as the bike has acquired a lot of hours. Right now the Husberg is now prepped for the Nevada 200. It has the PC pipe and suspension re-installed, new Dunlop tires wrapping the blue rims and the engine and a fresh air filter. Some new items to be tested at the Nevada 200 will be a Trail Tech headlight and a Renthal Twin Ring rear sprocket with a DID O-ring chain.Before rolling out to the Nevada 200 the total hours are 22.5 with 353 miles ridden. I've been running Honda Pro-Oils HP-2 at 50:1 and Honda HG gear oil for the transmission. The ole' girl seems happy enough so far considering the wide variety of riding she's seen, but we are nowhere near done. Expect more updates in the near future as we continue to put the 'Berg through its paces and discover more about this fine motorcycle. Until then, long live the two stroke!