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    Video: UFO (Unidentified Flying TW Like Object)

    This is too much fun to not share.

    While reading an evaluation of Suzuki's GW250 on the Canada Moto Guide website, I came across this crazy youtube video.



    At the 2:35 mark a TW like fat tired bike takes flight, making appearances at the start and end of the video, as well as at points in between.

    In your opinion, is the GW250 rider reckless, skilled, or just crazy?
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    lol funny

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    In your opinion, is the GW250 rider reckless, skilled, or just crazy?
    Definitely all three I think.
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    I think the other "Fat Tire" bike was a Suzuki Van Van. Looked like a dangerous, albeit fun, free-for-all! Rider in this video doing all that peg scraping riding with blue jeans on. These guys are crazy.
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    Track day somewhere. I wish I could ride like that.
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    I thought it looked like a van van myself ,the new ones look a lot like a tw ,all three of mine are older than 1976 so they don't quite look the same .image.jpg. Poor picture .

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    The GW250 rider is definitely skilled. That said he's probably a little crazy as well.

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    And now I finally what the bike is that Ewan McGregor's wife is riding in one of the training sessions in Long Way Down. The Suzuki Van Van appears to be it. I've been trying to figure that out for over a month now.
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    I'm so tired of these kids playing around in my driveway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    I think the other "Fat Tire" bike was a Suzuki Van Van.
    You're right.
    It is a Suzuki VanVan, it should be a 125 cc.

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