Tag Archives: TW200

FINDING TRAILS – RESOURCES; Paper Maps, GPS & Navigation


Looking for trails in your area or out of your area? “As the crow flys,” not good enough? Here is a collection of videos and websites to help get you into the unknown or connect that section of dirt to another section of dirt! Scouting, exploring, location, location, location! MAPS MAPS MAPS!! It’s all about[ Full Article ]

Yamaha TW200 Evolution of Suspension & TCS Powersports SUS-Massage

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First, let’s establish what Yamaha has in the mighty little TW200. Aside from the iconic fat tires, it has that signature low-seat height of 31.1-inches strapped to a 196cc single-cylinder engine, complete with turn signals and a license plate! All relatively unchanged since the introduction in 1987! We discuss some of these differences between the[ Full Article ]

TW200 – Dirt Road from Santiago Peak to Beeks Place


Riding solo today and still getting over this cold, but I “gotta” RIDE! This video is running the spine of the Santa Ana Mountains, from Santiago Peak (the tallest point) to Beeks Place. Beeks Place is very interesting in that the ruins are what is left of a building belonging to a Mr. Joseph “Joe” Beek,[ Full Article ]

Costa Mesa to Anza Borrego MotoCamping on a TW200

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Take a ride with me! 3-Days & 448-Miles Round Trip / THREE VIDEOS! With a 3-day weekend, it’s time for a moto camping trip! I rode my tiny 196cc Yamaha TW200 from Costa Mesa, California to Anza Borrego State Park, California, roughly 135-miles away. This trip was not really about the destination, but more about[ Full Article ]

Calico Mountains without my GoPro and visiting HUSKY Monument

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We covered some desert today! Ticked ☑️: Owl Canyon, Black Mountain, Wilderness, Grass Valley Wilderness, Husky Monument and back. Roughly 74-miles. Then we added another 23-miles running all around Waterman Hills. Yesterday was another 31-miles with a late start, up in Fort Erwin. SEE TillDeathDualUsSports VIDEO OF OUR RIDE: https://youtu.be/OuCHCaKL9vU


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WINTERIZE YOUR YAMAHA TW200 for cold weather winter adventures! Prepping the Yamaha TW200 for some cold weather adventure riding! HIPPO HANDS hand-guards aid the hands against the effects of wind chill. Stay outside in the cold, riding longer and don’t lose digits to frostbite! And they attach to the bike super-quick and they attach OVER[ Full Article ]

It’s Desert Season! 2 Days of TDUBBIN with GCRad1 & TillDeathDualUsSport! Yamaha TDUB Club – TW200

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6-Video Series! Video 001: Part 001: This video is of day-1, with 108-miles collected across the desert from New Jack City in Lucerne Valley to the dormant volcano in Pisgah, California. The rain from the previous weeks with the addition of the storm the day before, made for some awesome conditions as we had very[ Full Article ]

BAR RISERS – Aftermarket Accessories for your Yamaha TW200

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What are my options? WILL YOU PLEASE COMMENT AT THE BOTTOM WITH YOUR HANDLEBAR SET-UP SPECS: • BAR: COMPANY & MODEL• MOUNT: COMPANY & MODEL Points Of Control The footpegs and handlebars are the points of contact in which we control our motorcycles. You can add the seat in this category as well, but that will be[ Full Article ]


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The stock Yamaha TW200 comes with mild-steel handlebars and for some, these handlebars are just fine. Taller folks may like how low the stock bars are and some smaller people may find these bars suits them just fine, even while standing up on the mini dualsport motorcycle. We, humans, come in all shapes and sizes,[ Full Article ]

Aftermarket Accessories for your Yamaha TW200 – Fastway EVO Air Footpegs

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Best: ProMotoBillet / Fastway EVO AirGood: IMS Super Stock Foot PegsInexpensive: Krator FP003 TW200 1981+ Dirtbike Stomper Footpegs ERGONOMICS – Footpegs In the ergonomics or cockpit of your motorcycle, we have quite a few options to work with; handlebars, bar risers, grips, mirrors, seats, and footpegs. All this to help us “fit” our bikes. We[ Full Article ]

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