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    I know, what does a TW200 have in common with pond fish ?



    Nothing at all !



    But since the pond was close, and I was riding, and it was feeding time for my fish, I figured I would include it all in one video just for fun.



    I hope I am not "veering" to far off the subject of TW200s, but heck, I could have just as easily been riding in along a river and stopped to fish. Which I hope to do someday on my TW200, until then I guess it's going to be like a kid camping in his own back yard.



    That is actaully what I have been doing anyway until I get my license and then I will be a big boy and go out into the world.......gosh that is a little scary. Do you think this little TW200 can actually handle things like that ?



    I am certain it can, and by the other stories I am reading about it....the bike can handle almost anything.



    Here is my big adventure..........in my yard again......



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhBQTVtemME



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    Senior Member jpuck's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Revolverman View Post
    I know, what does a TW200 have in common with pond fish ?



    Nothing at all !



    But since the pond was close, and I was riding, and it was feeding time for my fish, I figured I would include it all in one video just for fun.



    I hope I am not "veering" to far off the subject of TW200s, but heck, I could have just as easily been riding in along a river and stopped to fish. Which I hope to do someday on my TW200, until then I guess it's going to be like a kid camping in his own back yard.



    That is actaully what I have been doing anyway until I get my license and then I will be a big boy and go out into the world.......gosh that is a little scary. Do you think this little TW200 can actually handle things like that ?



    I am certain it can, and by the other stories I am reading about it....the bike can handle almost anything.



    Here is my big adventure..........in my yard again......



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhBQTVtemME



    Revolverman.

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    Senior Member jpuck's Avatar
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    what part of tn. are you in? my son inlaw and i have tws and live i dayton and pikeville tn.

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    Hello, I am in Maryville. Good to meet you.



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