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    Senior Member scotti158's Avatar
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    Hello everyone,

    Here is a picture of my first TW200, a new 2013! Great little ride and what it lacks in street ability it more than makes up for offroad but you guys already know that.



    2013 Yamaha TW200

    1996 Yamaha TW200

    1995 Kawasaki KLR650

    2002 Yamaha RoadStar 1600 with sidecar

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    Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotti158 View Post
    Hello everyone,

    Here is a picture of my first TW200, a new 2013! Great little ride and what it lacks in street ability it more than makes up for offroad but you guys already know that.



    Welcome to the madness.I generally use mine for its intended purpose,around town some,( because it gets great mileage )but mostly I use it to go explore places,backcountry roads,logging roads,and trails,ETC.I am also new to tw's,but not to motorcycles, and I must say I am quiet impressed so far.
    1994 TW

    Had but regrettably sold a 1982 KZ1000R Eddie Lawson Replica

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    Congrats, read up and begin your accessorizing, should you so choose. There will likely be many farkles, but I think most of us would agree your first should be a better skidplate if you intend to be offroad. Enjoy the ride.

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    Congrats!!! Just got mine two weeks ago looks the same. I love it, I have been researching them for months. I geared mine up so its a little faster on the street and as long as you don't get too crazy you dont lose hardly anything in the low end, cuz I offroad alot on it as well.

    Enjoy Have fun!

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    Toss the junk chain that it comes with and put a DID o-ring chain on first thing. That's a must unless you enjoy adjusting your chain every other ride.

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    Congratulations Scotti! Welcome to the club.



    Great picture - it looks like a nice place to ride.

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    Welcome, nice bike.
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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