On Monday, my friend Larry and I rode this area. It was a cool light wind day. We were out on our first shake down ride with our, new to us, TW200's. We have been riding dirt bikes for many years and are both in our late 60's. These TW's are our surrender to the aging process.
We concluded that a few improvements could be made to make our TW's more trail worthy:
1. The TW's could stand to be geared lower for the type riding we enjoy.(55 tooth rear sprocket)
2. The tires are a real comprimise, When going up a step trail and we ran into a bit of mud the back tire turned into a slick and lost all traction.
3. A Stearn/Coleman seat cover would help the comfort of the ride. We found some at the local Walmart.
On a side note; yesterday, a National Potitician from back east stopped in Boise and made a statement that is just scary for us outdoor kids. His opinion was that all this waste-land that is just good for flying over out here should be turned over to the States and or sold to private enterprise. I choose to live here because of the dirt biking, hunting, fishing and camping and most all of these activities I do on Public land. So please, you politicions, don't screw it up.
Happy Trails All
Ron in Boise