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I just sold my Victory Kingpin a week ago Monday, bought a leftover 2013 tw200 on Thursday. I have been thinking about downsizing for quite a while. So far I am having more fun on this bike than I have in along time. This one might be a keeper!:D
 

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It just takes us back to another time, when we were young, fit and able ;). I feel like a kid raising H*** when I am on mine. They are just fun little bikes. The TW is my hooligan bike.
 
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I just sold my Victory Kingpin a week ago Monday, bought a leftover 2013 tw200 on Thursday. I have been thinking about downsizing for quite a while. So far I am having more fun on this bike than I have in along time. This one might be a keeper!:D
Welcome scott0468. These little bikes are addictive!


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It just takes us back to another time, when we were young, fit and able ;). I feel like a kid raising H*** when I am on mine. They are just fun little bikes. The TW is my hooligan bike.
Your TW is just like everybodies LT. You put the hooligan in it:p


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Who? Me? :cool:
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^^^^^^^^^ umm yes ^^^^^^^^



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Welcome to the forum. Moving from a big cruiser to a TW200 must be like taking the camper off the truck... freedom ....agility... hey I hope you can handle the powwwwa
 

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Well I can relate to this post.. I have a trump America that is really nice, but sitting next to it is my dub... Guess witch one I take for almost every ride below 50 miles.... My wife does the same with her dub.. Less than 50 miles, the V-star waits... OMM.
 

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I know the feeling I still have a GoldWing, my wife and I will go for a ride and when we get home I still have not had enough riding so on the TW I go. It is such a freedom, it is kind of like getting out of a suit and putting sweat pants on.
 

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Welcome Scott, my last ride was a VTX1300C. The TW is way more fun for me than most of the 30+ bikes i've owned.-Glenn
 

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I love seeing these testimonies......makes me even more confident in purchasing my old '99 last Fall. Can't wait for this endless winter to come to an end!
 

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Also bought my 2014 V2 last spring. The TeeDub is for local dirt and grocery runs. The Vstrom is for fast long hauls. Having said that, it was actually a ADV RR about a 70 year old dude travelling thru Mexico on his TeeDub that got me started on the whole thang.:p
 

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Also bought my 2014 V2 last spring. The TeeDub is for local dirt and grocery runs. The Vstrom is for fast long hauls. Having said that, it was actually a ADV RR about a 70 year old dude travelling thru Mexico on his TeeDub that got me started on the whole thang.:p
There are several incredible RR's by TW on ADVrider, including Alaska trips by TW200 Forum members. My favorite is probably the gentleman who travelled with a custom trailer. Unfortunately, he died from cancer but he made the most of his time while he was here.
 

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Sold a Boss Hog and a Rickman road race SHOC CB750 and bought a TW. I've set the 'Glide up to tow a trailer with a TW. If you see a pink 'Glide towing a TW, it's me.
 

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Sold a Boss Hog and a Rickman road race SHOC CB750 and bought a TW. I've set the 'Glide up to tow a trailer with a TW. If you see a pink 'Glide towing a TW, it's me.
Has anyone ever seen Qwerty???
 
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