??? From each other....I have never ridden one, but neither of these owners/riders had done much riding on the dirt/mud/snow.....according to them, the 225 was fine on smooth stable surfaces, but more difficult to ride than the 200 on loose and rutted surfaces.....I usually have two or more 200s so if one was available they would ride it rather than their 225s....might have something to do with the big tires and lower seat height....Different from what?
No worries, the TW225 was only available in Japan and had some nice options and color schemes that were never offered in the U.S.It probably looked like I didn't know what I was talking about.....and the reason for that is that....I didn't know what I was talking about.....I didn't even know there was a TW 225.....there were just the two Yamaha dual sports at that time....my bad
What were the options, Brian?No worries, the TW225 was only available in Japan and had some nice options and color schemes that were never offered in the U.S.
I do not claim to be any kind of expert on the Japanese domestic market TW225's, but here are a few of the differences that I am aware of:What were the options, Brian?
Sometimes a returning U.S serviceman will bring a home-market only model home and sell it later.
I'd like to find one...6-speed?