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A lot of us use this bike for everything, and some amazing trips can be found documented here and elsewhere. One member here has been on the road semi-continuously for years. I use mine for everything from grocery fetching to killing inocent woodland creatures in idyllic settings
and if the stars line up next week I'll be doing an Iron butt.



No pics of me lofting a wheel, but then I have a face for radio.



I got married. Does that count as 2 adventures?:



http://tw200forum.com/index.php?/topic/2080-were-off-like-a-herd-of-turtles/



Mojave Road with Greenalder:



http://tw200forum.com/index.php?/topic/3094-mojave-rd-trip/



Hanging out with crazy persons who required court-ordered supervision:



http://tw200forum.com/index.php?/topic/3400-anza-borrego-dec-30-31-through-january-1-2/page__p__31543__hl__valley__fromsearch__1#entry31543
 

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A lot of us use this bike for everything, and some amazing trips can be found documented here and elsewhere. One member here has been on the road semi-continuously for years. I use mine for everything from grocery fetching to killing inocent woodland creatures in idyllic settings
and if the stars line up next week I'll be doing an Iron butt.



No pics of me lofting a wheel, but then I have a face for radio.



I got married. Does that count as 2 adventures?:



http://tw200forum.com/index.php?/topic/2080-were-off-like-a-herd-of-turtles/



Mojave Road with Greenalder:



http://tw200forum.com/index.php?/topic/3094-mojave-rd-trip/



Hanging out with crazy persons who required court-ordered supervision:



http://tw200forum.com/index.php?/topic/3400-anza-borrego-dec-30-31-through-january-1-2/page__p__31543__hl__valley__fromsearch__1#entry31543




- After selling my Jeep Grand Cherokee last year and deciding to go cageless, I thought I was buying a TW200 to ride when it snowed, or other conditions where I wouldn't be able to ride my CBR600. You know, just a back up bike, not as a daily rider. But after riding the TW in ALL conditions for 3900 miles now, I walk out in the morning and look in the garage and see an 05 CBR F4i with 100 hp and a top speed of 172 mph and a 2011 TW200 with 14 hp and a top speed of 70 mph ... and 90% of the time I decide to ride the TW.



It's like a 4 wheeled drive motorcycle.



It's the pick-up truck of motorcycles.



Fun factor = 11.



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Please don't show those 'airborn' pics to my wife. She's been told "TW's can't even do that if they wanted to"
 

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I'm with Steve, my wife thinks the TW is like a mini-bike, for old men and children. The less she knows the better. Ha! All these bikes but the TW is the one I have the most fun on.
 

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Good pics. have never tried to wheelie mine and didn't really think they could...lol. They are just a lot of fun cuz you can take them almost anywhere. I've been up some pretty steep trails and thru some narrow single track trails. Being a small bike has it advantages. People are always asking "what is that?". Just not alot of them around.
 
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