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    I visited an old classmate yesterday, class of 1970, and we're talking about doctors and medicine and he asked me if I was taking any medicine for anything and I told him my medicine was a Yamaha TW200 and take it everyday. I ride my medicine. Most people don't think I'm serious about it, but I am. The TW is a great stress reliver, great for any depression,great for riding to the Dairy Queen to relive heartburn. I don't have to watch hollywierd type movies because on the TW I see much more than movies, I see the beautiful MN northwoods and prairies like nobody else can. I even rode over to Sissiton, SD on the TW on back roads, an enjoyable way to treat depression, impossible to get with a TW. I walk into Wal Mart with a big grin on my face.

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    Yeah I agree... motorcycles in general are great therapy. You know they say you never find one parked outside a therapist's office. (Unless the therapist happens to ride).



    Eric

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    Even though I live in Chicagoland, and have much less scenery than most of you, I still find that riding the bike does relax me and just gives me an overall attitude adjustment. There's even been times I'd ride the bike to my mom's house to take the train to work. After work, I just really don't want to ride a bike at all due to a rough and tiring day, but then, by the time the TW and I get home, I feel refreshed. I don't get that much on the other bike, but then, it raises my stress level since every time I ride it, I have to fix something on it.



    Silverwing, is it save to assume that you also own a Honda Silverwing?



    Dan
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhoenisch View Post
    Even though I live in Chicagoland, and have much less scenery than most of you, I still find that riding the bike does relax me and just gives me an overall attitude adjustment. There's even been times I'd ride the bike to my mom's house to take the train to work. After work, I just really don't want to ride a bike at all due to a rough and tiring day, but then, by the time the TW and I get home, I feel refreshed. I don't get that much on the other bike, but then, it raises my stress level since every time I ride it, I have to fix something on it.



    Silverwing, is it save to assume that you also own a Honda Silverwing?



    Dan
    Yes I do have a Honda silverwing, it is a very nice road bike, smooth, quiet and very powerful with auto transmission. It is a 2003 model with 48,000 miles and constantly get 50-55 mpg going the legal speed limits.

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    Oh, you have the scooter. I was thinking more of the motorcycle they made in 1981-83. I would also like a Silverwing scooter. Those are some nice machines. Some feller around me has the burgundy one. I was thinking how funny it would be to own a burgundy Silverwing motorcycle AND a burgundy Silverwing scooter.



    Dan
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    I find it really hard to stay grumpy when I'm riding. Even in the rain.
    Stephen S.

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    15/50 sprockets, O-ring chain, D2Moto foot pegs

    tweaked carb (127.5 jet, 0.019 needle shim, idle screw @2.25),

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    If there is a motorcycle in the parking lot, the psychiatrist is in.



    I'd rather ride in the rain than drive in when it is dry.




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