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    TW 200 vs DRZ 400

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    Not the usual THIS vs. THAT motorcycle comparison. Good short funny read. Thanks for sharing.
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    It's cool that he came down on the side of the TW in the end, but I think he's seriously underestimating the capability of the TW.

    I have it on good authority that the TW200 is actually a pretty decent bike to ride in the desert.
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    My tw WILL go anywhere that drz can I'll guarantee it.

    I've been up near vertical short climbs the enduro boys were sure I'd never make!
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    Good honest read
    But 'no image available' of a TW , that's disappointing
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    That was a pretty good article. They gave a lot of credit to the TW.

    Like Sparky says, no picture.

    And Skippy...you're always a wild man on your bike!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by littletommy View Post
    That was a pretty good article. They gave a lot of credit to the TW.

    Like Sparky says, no picture.

    And Skippy...you're always a wild man on your bike!!
    Haha I try
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    The TW won't go anywhere fast, but it will go anywhere!
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    hmmm, think he missed the point on the speed of a tw too, mine cruzes all day a 55-60 no problem, I have hit the freeway for a few miles at 65 ,(granted don't want to do that very much) but it will do it. I like a lot of people have just gone for a ride on the pavement for 50-60 miles at 55 and was very comfortable doing it.
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    Its funny. I never missed my drz after I sold it. But I can't imagine a day without my TW.
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