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    Junior Member Indy's Avatar
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    This poll is just for fun, I was curious what most folks here use their TW's for.



    Commuting, hunting, a little of everything, etc...



    I don't have a bike yet but when I do get it ill probably most likely use it 80% pavement, 20% Dirt. Mostly for commuting back and forth to work, 30 mile round trip through town, no interstate.

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    I've choosed:

    0% Dirt (D) - 100% Pavement (P)

    AND

    100% Dirt - 0% Pavement



    because I have 2 TW, one for street and one for dirt.

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    Senior Member Bullspit's Avatar
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    I'm at 50 50.

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    Senior Member lizrdbrth's Avatar
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    We use them for everything. Road trips, errand hopping, hunting, sightseeing, etc.



    Hard to assign them a number, depends upon time of year. But I've gone with 50/50.



    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

    Powdercoated '87 frame, extended swingarm, YZ fork legs, ATV tire, 14/55, XT350 tank, spliced quick-release seat, disc brake conversion, beeg headlight, beeger rack, Lizrdcooler, Lizrdventz and bunch of other stuff all covered in invisible ink.

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    Senior Member Rohnsman's Avatar
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    When the weather suits, I use my TW for a quick commute to work, about 10 miles round trip. That happens more often than finding time for play unfortunately. But, when I do ride the forest service roads and trails, the trips are typically much longer. So I'd be hard pressed to say if I've put more road or trail miles on the little beasty.



    Gotta say though... ALL the miles have brought sMILES !

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    Logging Operations! 90% Dirt - 10% Pavement

    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    I voted 10 percent dirt 90 percent pavement. It used to be the other way around when I lived in the country, but now that I have moved back to the city because of a job offer I couldn't refuse, the concrete trails of Detroit have become my new adventure rides, but I do have a few off-road opportunities in some of the abandonded parks that grace this once industial powerhouse of a city.



    Me and the tdub discovering what Detroit has to offer for riding fun







    Anybody need a boat. I am sure you could pick up one of these cheap







    or how about a nicely decorated house




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    Use to be 100% dirt when I had it on the farm, now it is licensed, I ride it to work everyday so I will say 10/90.

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    60 street going back and forth to work 20km round trip 40 trails

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    Senior Member jckosnow's Avatar
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    10% dirt, but if I had more time I'd ride a lot more dirt
    2012 TW200, 1993 KLR650, 1992 GSX750F

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