Hello and welcome!
Hi to all from Reed in Arizona. Just sold my 2007 Harley last Thursday, and bought a 2009 TW200 on Monday. It only had 50 miles on it and looked like new. I probably paid too much for it but it was a lot cheaper than a 2014 or left over 2013 and I think it will do just fine for me. Did the DMV and insurance thing this morning and could not resist a desert ride tonight around the base of Casa Grande mountain. It is only about a 3 mile ride to the trails from my driveway. It felt great to get back on dirt since I have had all street bikes since my 1974 Yamaha 360 enduro. A new wife and baby ended that in 1977 but have had a bunch of street bikes from a 50cc Honda scooter in 1965 to the 96 cubic inch Harley that I sold last week. I loved the ride tonight and almost lost it more than once in a few soft sand washes and some lose rock parts of the trail but the off road skills are coming back rapidly. I think this forum is great and can't wait to read through all of the post's. Well, Just wanted to say hi to all and introduce myself. I am sure I will be learning a lot from this forum and other members. Thanks Reed
Always nice to see a new AZ T-dubber on here. Glad to hear you're already enjoying your new TW on the trails.
2011 TW200 - Sold - after 9700 miles and 1,000,000 smiles. So long Tee Dub!
2012 KLR650 - Sold
2013 Tiger Explorer XC
2014 CB500X - RRP L3
Welcome from another fellow AZ guy. I used to do a lot of Mt biking around that mountain you just rode on. Fun place to play around.
2015 Yamaha Bolt
Welcome, Your lucky to have trails so close to your driveway. quite the switch from Harley to Tdub....enjoy your riding
Mike Carter. Woodland, California (NorCal). '89 Tw200 (Black Widow Edition). Blood red Jimbo shield, Cycleracks, Nuvi 500 GPS, Kolpin fuel pack jr., D shield bark busters, 55t rear sprocket, Golden boy front tire, Ricochet shield.
Okay, so I have owned a 50cc Honda scooter, a 350cc Honda street scrambler, a 200cc Yamaha street bike, a 80cc yamaha, a 360cc Yamaha enduro, a 500cc Yamaha, a 750cc Kawasaki, a 1584cc Harley low rider, and now the TW200. I already think the T-dub may be the most fun of all.