The photos I've posted here give good reason to raise the front fender height on your TW200; that is if you ride yours in gooey mud! I had just installed a new 5.10x18 Kenda K270 front tire in preparation of riding the two-day Lake Hills Motors/TAT Ride last weekend. The ride began in Corinth, MS and was a 250 mile route (Saturday) on rural county roads to Batesville, MS with a different route back to Corinth, MS on Sunday. Kudo's to Sam Correro and Dewayne of Lake Hill Motors for the efforts in organizing such a ride. Most of the route would have been enjoyable, to say the least. BUT, it had rained hard the Friday night before and as Sam had written in the Registration form..."if it rains, there'll be MUD...not just any mud! Mississippi MUD! The kind where you can't stand up without sliding around, the kind that packs itself on everything on your bike and making your riding boots weigh 3X as much. After 62 miles and dropping my TW200 5 or 6 times in less than a mile, I had to bail. The mud kept packing itself between the front fender and tire tread preventing the front tire front rolling. It was more like a ski. Aside from this issue, the 5.10X18 Kenda performed great on pavement and hard packed gravel at speeds up to 60 mph.