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Why can't the motor cycle company's sell their bikes in any country?
I know.. emissions and stuff... But dang it ?
Wish I could order the Honda CTX200 farm bike.
I think it's kinda like the Yamaha TW AG bike ? In Australia.
Was just looking at the pictures.. and I thought..hummmm ? I'd buy that.
It has duel kick stands.. kick starting..
I just like it.
 

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In this crowd, most would buy this, and then do everything they could to put fat tires on it, to be like a TW200. Ha!
 

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I was really excited for the new CT125 Honda trail until I realized it didn't have the Hi-Lo gearbox of CTs past. I'll keep my grom I guess 馃し鈥嶁檪锔
 

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Suzuki's AG bike Trojan also kick starter and dual kick stands

Always loved the Yamahoppy AG bike but didn't realize Honda and Suzy made them too
bike companies could sell the snot out of these in North America they don't seem to be aware of the prepper market that would love these
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All the Japanese made Ag Bikes at one time. Just like it was Suzuki who first brought out a TW like unit in the Van Van back in 1973 (then a 2 stroke 80). Honda and Kawasaki both made theirs. Crazy how these sweet units barely make it to North America, but then again easy to see where sales could wane quick with general public wish for highway friendly.
 
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