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well im new to the forum. Names Gunner from austin texas riding the good ol 200 needs some work but a great bike. mostly ride around austin. looking forward to meeting new riders maybe new riding partners.
 

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well im new to the forum. Names Gunner from austin texas riding the good ol 200 needs some work but a great bike. mostly ride around austin. looking forward to meeting new riders maybe new riding partners.




I believe for the Texas crowd,there is also TWT(Two wheel Texans)...if your real eager to meet folks who are "close-by"?.Welcome sir!.
 

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Welcome. I'm not to far north. Maybe we can do some trails sometime. Are there any around you. I really don't have any here. Fences everywhere. Lots of gravel roads.

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Ride on.
 

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Welcome. I'm not to far north. Maybe we can do some trails sometime. Are there any around you. I really don't have any here. Fences everywhere. Lots of gravel roads.

Larry









Ride on.


Yes is Emma long motorcycle trails. You can YouTube it . It's some rough terrain but very fun
 

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Hey gunner. My names Russell. I'm new to the forum. Live in Austin. Just got me a t-dub a couple months ago. Super fun! Been rolling around town a lot and out around westlake on some fun little roads. Would be rad to do some cruising. I'm also about to start a customization as soon as all my parts get here. I will post the transformation on the forum as well.
 

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TWT has a large dualsport/adventure contingent. Lots of resources for unpaved riding. Imagine the fun of getting together with other TW folks and heading out for a long weekend in the Hill Country in late April when the wildflowers are blooming. Very cheap when everyone pitches in to cover expenses. TWs have earned quite a bit of respect since the days when I had the only one at a big ride. At least if you ride with other Tdubbers you won't hurt your back picking up 600 pound "adventure" bikes.
 
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