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Hi all. Great to see a very thriving TW200 community which I hope I can contribute too!

I recently purchased a modified TW200 (as in yesterday recently!)

It's a 2001 with an apparent 11000kms on the clock. (though I'm sure that isn't genuine)

It rides really well, very smooth and comfortable and it looks amazing.

It's mostly stock apart from the visual modifications.

Doesn't have a battery at the moment - kick start only (what a pain!).

I'm in Sydney, Australia. Massive petrol head (Evo 8 mr & e92 M3) and now entering the motorbike world. My brother is also rider with a very beautiful and fast MT-09.

Not sure if there are many TW owners in Sydney, Australia. If so keen to meet up!

Let me know if you want more pics!
 

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Welcome to the forum!! :D
 

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Hi all. Great to see a very thriving TW200 community which I hope I can contribute too!

I recently purchased a modified TW200 (as in yesterday recently!)

It's a 2001 with an apparent 11000kms on the clock. (though I'm sure that isn't genuine)

It rides really well, very smooth and comfortable and it looks amazing.

It's mostly stock apart from the visual modifications.

Doesn't have a battery at the moment - kick start only (what a pain!).

I'm in Sydney, Australia. Massive petrol head (Evo 8 mr & e92 M3) and now entering the motorbike world. My brother is also rider with a very beautiful and fast MT-09.

Not sure if there are many TW owners in Sydney, Australia. If so keen to meet up!

Let me know if you want more pics!
That's beautiful bike! I'm surprised there were no comments about it..! More pics..!
 

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That's a Japanese import bike. It's left hand drive so will be tricky to ride except the throttle is still on the right hand and the shifter is on the left side of the bike like others. Let us know if you want other conversion advice. BTW, it is a slick looking ride.
 

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Welcome from Texas. Nice looking bike. I think you'll be using that one more for a commuter than chasing roos in the outback. I love mine for around town. Quick short trips they are great. Of course they are fun on trails as well.
 

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