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    Senior Member RainWillFall's Avatar
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    I just completed my compulsory (per insurance company) Motorcycle safety course. We were riding Honda Titan 150's from which i'm told are made in Brazil and sold cheap to the college as they are not DOT approved. Anyways good time had thrashing someone else's bike and clutch and picked up some good pointers along the way, though expensive here ( close to $500) it was like a weekend at the go kart track and we walked out with our M2 endorsement. I look forward to the blazing power of our mighty 200's again!



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    Ryan
    '09 TW200 - Black Jimbo Shield - Custom Oversize Foot Pegs - Tusk T-10 ATV Sport Bend Bars - Hammer Black Cycle Rack - Tool Tube (Muffler Style Mount) - 15/50 Sprocket - HID Headlight - Custom Mount Ducati Monster LED Tail Light - LED Turn Signals - Eagle Eye Running Lights - OURY Road Grips - Shinko 700 Trailmaster Front Tire.





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    Just looked up that model. Cool looking little bike. My fiance would love it!
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    That course is worth every penny! Take it from an old instructor it's money well spent.

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    A week from today I am taking here in Wisconsin, really looking forward to it. Just wish I could take my TW to the course.
    2010 TW - Easton bars & clamps, cyclerack (black), jimbo shield, acerbis steel gaurds, atv seat pad, custom skid plat, more upgrades soon

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    Senior Member RainWillFall's Avatar
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    You'll have fun Woodward! Even more when you already know how to ride You pick up some great skills and get to thrash on someone elses bike!
    '09 TW200 - Black Jimbo Shield - Custom Oversize Foot Pegs - Tusk T-10 ATV Sport Bend Bars - Hammer Black Cycle Rack - Tool Tube (Muffler Style Mount) - 15/50 Sprocket - HID Headlight - Custom Mount Ducati Monster LED Tail Light - LED Turn Signals - Eagle Eye Running Lights - OURY Road Grips - Shinko 700 Trailmaster Front Tire.





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    Many long time riders also recommend taking an advanced course after you have a riding season under your wheels.



    It'll cover some of the odd stuff you might come across, and help eliminate any bad habits you are accidentally picking up before they become permanent.
    Stephen S.

    '07 TW200:

    15/50 sprockets, O-ring chain, D2Moto foot pegs

    tweaked carb (127.5 jet, 0.019 needle shim, idle screw @2.25),

    Rubbermaid "Action Packer" on homemade brackets

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