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2003 Buell Lighting, Derbi Gpr50, 68 Yamaha KT120, 67 Yamaha 180cc Bonanaza twin, working slowly on a 65 Harley Aermacchi and 63 Lambretta. I right the TW to most, it's just so easy to jump on and take off.
 

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CB 650, R69s, 250sx (3wheeler), sportsman 400 4x4, artic cat 300 4x4, warrior 350, ttr225, 89 tw200. did u mean all motorized toys with wheels?
 

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'07 Suzuki DR650se

'97 Buell S3

'87 TW seen in avatar

'87 TW bought 11/11/'11 as parts bike but now will probably clean up and ride it. Seen below.



 

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Currently owned bikes:



1969 Rokon Trail Breaker

1992 BMW R100GS PD

1993 Honda CR500

2001 Honda XR400(Plated)

2002 Honda XR650L

2005 Yamaha TW200

2006 Suzuki DRZ400SM
 

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Suzuki XF650 Freewind - Stupid name, nice bike, ridden most often.

BMW R80G/S - Nice useful classic.

Honda XL600LMF - Too big off road, too vibey on road, but I like the Dakar style.

Honda XR200 twin shock - in bits, waiting for restoration.

Yamaha TW125/225 - I don't need too explain this one I hope.
 

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Tw200, naked sv650. I've been thinking about a klr or maybe a vstrom 650 and ditching the sv. "maybe" It's definitely a disease whether it's bikes, guns, cars or whatever we always want a new or different one.
 

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2006 Yamaha FZ6

2002 Kawasaki Mean Streak

2002 TW200

1999 Yamaha Jog
 

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I got me one 2002 (the year BEFORE electric start, if ida known better...) WR250f with a trials tire on the back.



I no longer have a way to move it so I only get to ride it when one of the fellas will pick me up. However, after getting rides on the TW whenever I throw a leg over the WR it feels like a raging beast! Love it.
 

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Working on performance mods, (i.e. me losing weight so the mule don't have to work so hard! Sigh!)


That's funny.



I remember listening to some old farmers in Wisconsin lament the transition from draft horses and wagons to trucks and tractors. Even when it was 20 below, they never had to worry about getting the horses started.
 

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2002 DR650 (mine) and a 2008 DR-Z400SM (wife's). I ride the DR the most, but I often steal my wife's DRZ when I feel like playing the hooligan




Me and the DR





The wife and her DRZ

 
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