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Hello Guys

I'm based in the UK and we don't have access to the TW200, I was looking around for a TW125 and came across the 200 series. Such a shame that the UK does not have them as they seem amazing fun.

I own a magazine, it's free and it's digital - so I was looking to do a bit of feature on both the TW125 (perhaps 200) and the Suzuki VanVan that comes in a 125.

I was wondering if anyone knows if there is an importer in the UK that works with the TW200?

The magazine (Motorcycle Explorer) is held on the site Motorcycle Explorer and if you have look, we are expanding to look at bike reviews of all shapes and sizes in the dual sport, touring, exploring, adventure and beyond.

Perhaps a member of the TW200 forum talking about their bike would make an interesting piece.

Great to meet you all :icon_thumright:

James
 

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Hey James - how ya doing ?

If you take a look on Ebay.co.uk - you'll find two TW200's currently for sale (both over priced)

The other guy who seems to import them on a regular basis is based in railway arches W12 - sure you'll find him

The State side guys on here have far more experience with the bike however - and I'd suggest hooking up with one of them for a more in-depth review ......

(P.S. - the RV125 Van Van also comes in the 200 format - mostly from the supplier in Reading)
 

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Hello Guys

I'm based in the UK and we don't have access to the TW200, I was looking around for a TW125 and came across the 200 series. Such a shame that the UK does not have them as they seem amazing fun.

I own a magazine, it's free and it's digital - so I was looking to do a bit of feature on both the TW125 (perhaps 200) and the Suzuki VanVan that comes in a 125.

I was wondering if anyone knows if there is an importer in the UK that works with the TW200?

The magazine (Motorcycle Explorer) is held on the site Motorcycle Explorer and if you have look, we are expanding to look at bike reviews of all shapes and sizes in the dual sport, touring, exploring, adventure and beyond.

Perhaps a member of the TW200 forum talking about their bike would make an interesting piece.

Great to meet you all :icon_thumright:

James

Hi James, welcome to the forum!
We have a member in Germany named Sebastian (macbig2k1) who is very knowledgeable with all things TW. You can click on his highlighted name to contact him by personal message. He races his TW's in a few events throughout the year, and works on them for people all over the UK. He has a website for information and parts and is very helpful. He may be just the guy to talk to and interview. Keep us posted, we'll want to read your article when you finish it!!
 

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Nice magazine James, I latched onto this entertaining video immediately among others. my kind of trail-ride. Thanks.
 

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Thanks for the info about your Magazine. Nice article about the Deadly Road. I'm sure there are a few better suited than I, to expound on the virtues of the Might TW, and I'm sure they will be along shortly. Looking forward to reading the article.

Edited to add; I just read LT's post and he is right on there in regards to Sebastian (macbig2k1). LT (littletommy) is the resident host here at the site.
 

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Hey James - how ya doing ?

If you take a look on Ebay.co.uk - you'll find two TW200's currently for sale (both over priced)

The other guy who seems to import them on a regular basis is based in railway arches W12 - sure you'll find him

The State side guys on here have far more experience with the bike however - and I'd suggest hooking up with one of them for a more in-depth review ......

(P.S. - the RV125 Van Van also comes in the 200 format - mostly from the supplier in Reading)
I didn't know that about the VanVan! Thanks for the heads up Purple
 

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Hi James, welcome to the forum!
We have a member in Germany named Sebastian (macbig2k1) who is very knowledgeable with all things TW. You can click on his highlighted name to contact him by personal message. He races his TW's in a few events throughout the year, and works on them for people all over the UK. He has a website for information and parts and is very helpful. He may be just the guy to talk to and interview. Keep us posted, we'll want to read your article when you finish it!!
Thanks! I'll give him a shout and see what we can do :)
 

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Thanks for the ifo about your Magazine. Nice article about the Deadly Road. I'm sure there are a few better suited than I, to expound on the virtues of the Might TW, and I'm sure they will be along shortly. Looking forward to reading the article.

Edited to add; I just read LY's post and he is right on there in regards to Sebastian (macbig2k1). LT (littletommy) is the resident host here at the site.
ha ha Resident Host??? Gee, you'd think I lived here or something...
 

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Thanks! I'll give him a shout and see what we can do :)
Hi Jamesmen,
you can ask me everything you want about the TW125, 200 and 225.
I'll try to give you the best possible reply.
If you have the time (and money) you can visit me. Leipzig airport isn't far away from me (~100 km). I can pick you up from the airport.
You can make some test rides with my bikes. This should be better as only some text massages.
Regards,
Sebastian

PS: Please send your massages to [email protected] (my web shop).
 

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Nice mag James. Thanks for the link. I think the story you are looking for is our own Purple people eaters ride.
 

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I thought of that too, but I read the submission rules for the magazine and I think it was for U.K. riders.
 
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