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    Talking Best Gift EVER...

    Hubby gave me a list of bikes that were my size to choose from a yr ago, and, of course, I picked a T-Dub. Well, after quite a bit of searching, we found the perfect one. And it's AWESOME...so so awesome. I made 7 miles worth of laps around the yard after we got home, and I loved every minute of it. I am 100% satisfied with choosing a TW, and look forward to having some really amazing adventures on it.
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    Congrats on your new bike and welcome to the forum!

    Remember, safety first - even just riding around the yard. Be careful and have fun,

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    Nice! Welcome. Ok, now how many laps?
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    OMG! OMG! OMG!...you rode it around the yard...with that stock front tire? It's amazing you are still alive to pose for that photo. And after that many miles your rear sprocket has now been destroyed by the stock chain, and...you need an oil change.

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    Joking of course, and the joke is not on you, it's on us. Glad you found the forum. Your bike looks great, have lots of fun this summer, and if you need any help with it these guys and gals can provide it.
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    Love the enthusiasm! Have fun on your adventure's, and it sounds like you already had one in the back yard.

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    when I brought mine home ,took it off the trailer and rode around the yard and my back field.....without a helmet...bahahahah. almost the first time I ever rode off-road
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    Hello and welcome! Congrats!
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    lol...so so many laps. we made it back home after the 7 hr trip to go get it, and I didn't quit riding until dark. cant wait to get back out there today either.

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    Thanks for all the congrats and encouraging words! After the newness wears off, im sure I will have a million questions for y'all, but for now, im just enjoying being able to tractor around the yard in first gear. At 34 yrs old, safety first is the ONLY way to go. For sure!!!

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    Hope you gave your Hubby a big hug for such a good gift, it is so much more usable than just another piece of fancy jewelry . May you have many memorable rides together.
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