1990 yamaha tw 200




1990 yamaha tw 200

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  • Lightweight, Nimble bike with wide tires, Great for a beginner, Amazing for an experienced rider (you can whip it around!) There are few bikes with as much personality as the Yamaha TW I normally ride street bikes, and the TW is actually the first dirt bike I ever had the.

    The Yamaha TW is a cc single cylinder dual-sport motorcycle manufactured and marketed by the Yamaha since By virtue of its large tires , it has.

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    1990 yamaha tw 200

    1990 yamaha tw 200

    I could only imagine it would be frustrating, between no power and a low speed suspension. Lines that would've washed out the front tire on any other bike I got all the way to the top it was a long climb for being in the pinebarrens before loosing traction Lots of fun, great mileage, cheap, and motors up rutted jeep trail hills a little better than the screaming skinny tire CR bikes. You can search for Yamaha TW manuals, which give you the lowdown on operation and maintenance.

    1990 yamaha tw 200

    1990 yamaha tw 200

    1990 yamaha tw 200

    1990 yamaha tw 200

    1990 yamaha tw 200

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    Discussion in ' Thumpers ' started by turbonotch , Apr 26, Log in or Join. Dismiss Notice Subscriptions are finally here! You can sign up to be a site supporter here. Free ADV gear for annual subscribers: Apr 21, Oddometer: Before I start this, I just wanted to say 'hi' to everyone.

    I guess I'm technically a newbie here So I'm no newbie to motorcycles or performance I've been doing the dual-sport thing for close to 10 years now. I've been trying to buy a 'newer' bike in the fall while holding onto the 'older' bike until spring and sell it for what I payed the year before. That way I have a different bike every year, they never get so clapped out they aren't worth anything, they are really easy to maintain only requiring basic lube and filter jobs , and I pretty much sell them for what I payed after a year of hard use.

    1990 yamaha tw 200

    Anyway - I got caught in the lurch this year. I was looking into buying a house so I had to unload the toys during fall and winter. I talked to my old boss at the cycle shop and located a clean low mileage DRS for a steal.

    I gave him a down payment and said Winter comes and goes I go the balance of the money to pick up the DR WTF was the downpayment for then You've got to be kidding me!

    1990 yamaha tw 200

    So here I am in the sweet spring weather with no bike and every dualsport I call for was sold within a day or two of being for sale I was looking any of the popular bikes: I even was willing to take a chance on a some of the cc enduro bikes converted to dualsport with 'grey market' DOT titles.

    At this point, they all fit the bill - even at rip off spring time pricing I just feel guilty. I would normally have never given it a second glance I'd honestly never ridden one myself I am an experienced rider with a motorcross and enduro backround that is six foot tall weighing in a pounds!

    I agonized over whether to even go LOOK at it for a few days. Finally, after hearing 'sorry it's been sold' for the 8th time in an hour of calling I gave in and called about it.

    1990 yamaha tw 200

    It was still for sale, the guy was motivated to sell, and he swore it was garage kept and flawless top to bottom. I took a few hundred less than asking price out of the bank as my personal limit to keep my dignity The guy lived just outside Baltimore and used it for town touring once or twice. I told him how much cash I had with me and that it was the best I could do for that bike. He agreed and we loaded it up. At this point, it was sunny and 80 degrees I was happy to have a bike I brought it home and got it insured and tagged first thing the next morning.

    After riding this thing hard for a weekend As long as you acknowledge that it isn't a motorcross bike with tags or a bmw touring bike And I don't mean railroad beds or gravel roads.

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