Good on yer mate.
Decided to buy a new TW200, after lots of research and fighting the crowd for used bikes on Craigslist. I have been doing all kinds of research, and finally pulled the trigger last weekend. I love this bike! I ordered rear rack and Jimbo Windshield last week. Finally got a chance to get out and ride today. I rode part trails and blacktop thru Texas hill country. Dumped it within the first 5 minutes, Jumped back on and kept on trucking. Haven't had this much fun in a good while. I had a blast today, can't wait to ride again.
Great Website and Glad to be here!
Lov the Postie bike too! Welcome aboard good sir.
God willin' and the creek don't rise.
Forever grateful for all your help brother
Nice I have a 2014 as well. Cold starts in the morning really suck though got to pull the choke. .
Brush guards, skid plate, explore the planet...
I too have a CT-90 in the garage. Since I got the TW, it hasn't seen much attention.
Good bunch of guys here, let us know if you got questions (most answers are already posted, so search away)
Once your up and running, remember, we love pictures! Don't let us down
SeatConcepts,carb mod,Shinko tires,15/50 o-ring chain,custom racks f/r, aluminum luggage,windshield,handguards,heated grips,Clarke tank,high frt fender,led running lights,folding shifter, wide pegs,12v outlets,headlight kill switch,voltmeter,stainless header,2nd brakelight,GPS/phone mount
"Dumped it within the first 5 minutes"
Darn near broke in already!
Welcome and have fun. And you have a camera too! Put both to good use, we like pitcher's!
Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?
I remember seeing the gas company meter readers riding all over south Florida on CT90s. One guy at the local Honda shop made a good living doing nothing but servicing those CT for the gas company, another did nothing but repairs on the same bikes, and his teenage son did nothing but set up new CTs working 23 hours a week. That was one heck of a lot of CTs.