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    Senior Member Grant's Avatar
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    NEWSFLASH from Cape Town, South Africa (According to my local Yamaha dealer)



    Yamaha SA has decided to stop import / sales of the TW200 with immediate effect. There are still a few new bikes left at various Yamaha dealers in SA but these will be sold off over the next few weeks and then thats that!



    I have 2 TW's but I always wanted to buy one, brand new. Doesnt look like I'll ever have the chance now.



    My only consolation is that Yamaha is apparently still manufacturing TW's for their other markets, so there is a chance I could import one later but still..............

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    Senior Member Gerry's Avatar
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    Thats to bad. I am surprized it is still being sold in the U.S.A as it is sooooo 'old school'. Gerry
    Take care my Friend.........

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    I have thought the same thing. Everyone seems to be cutting back on what is not a big money maker now days and with so few TWs on the roads and trails.

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    Senior Member uktw125's Avatar
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    You guys don't know how lucky you are.



    TW''s were only available in the UK from '99-'04 and in 125cc form.

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    125cc's...eeekkkkk!.

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    125cc's...eeekkkkk!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frog13 View Post
    125cc's...eeekkkkk!.


    That's why my TW is now 225cc. An 80% capacity hike and complete reliability is well worth it.

    I also have other bikes 600, 650, and 800.



    The TW was bought during a long period of illness when I didn't have the strength to ride my bigger bikes and I just can not bring myself to sell it, and actually still enjoy riding it within the right enviroment.i.e. off the major highways, single track country lanes I take TW every time.



    The little fella kept me sane.

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