Yamaha Tw200 – Video Review – Enduro | street Legal | Dual Sport | Motorcycle 200cc

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Michael Lynch says:

Its not a 200cc it 196cc

brandon hubbard says:

Can it do 55mph?

cncfan says:

The new 2015’s start at 4,590, a little much for my preference unfortunately. 

Christine Riendeau says:

Hey, my jeep… Your a basic bitch. I have this bike and it kicks ass.

Fred World says:

I really wish that I swapped rides halfway through motorcycle school like my classmates did to ride other kinds of motorcycles.  I only rode the TU250X :(, geez man :(.  I could have ridden a Ninja 250, this Tw200 and possibly a V-Star.  But it was so much fun.

Banana River says:

great review

Logan Conger says:

I have a TW my own, you can actually put in a kick starter right in front of the oil window

Christine Riendeau says:

It is a rainbow Scotty dog, it’s my bike my friend did the video. I love this bike! It is great for smaller adults. Low seat height, so very comfy. You don’t see a lot of these bikes, people freak when they see it. The only complaints I have are on higher speed limit roads I find myself looking for another gear. And no kick starter! That sucks. I’m going to get a kit and have one installed in the fall. I do highly recommend this bike.:)

Paul Dupuis says:

Thanks for the helpful review of the tw200 and the xt250. It’s much appreciated. Could say which of the two bikes seats has the most real estate for taking along a passenger. Thank you…

torontothegood says:

love it… i took a ‘learn to motorcycle’ course on this bike a few years back and it is now a sentimental fave.

Alejandro Cordovero says:

Very nice love it

Bsharporbflat says:

Very nice to watch the instrument cluster as you drive ,, thanks

Benjamin Perrin says:

I have a 2002 tw125 and it doesn’t look like they have changed much! I love mine :)

Yodaismycopilot says:

I’ve watched a number of videos and it almost sounds to my ear like the TW is not quite as smooth-sounding as the XT250. Just doesn’t sound quite as aesthetic to me as the XT, somehow. Maybe it’s just my imagination. The TW seems to have a bit of that gurgling “outboard marine motor” sound (like when they’re tilted forward and almost coming out of the water…). Can’t say I notice it in your video but in other videos I’ve watched. I know you said in another video that the TW was quieter than the XT, but how about an overall smooth sound? I dunno. I’m probably in the minority but I like smooth-sounding quiet bikes and am very interested in both the TW and the XT250. I’m a real novice about motorcycles and am looking for a first bike. I’m leaning towards the TW, all things considered for my current needs and interests. Thanks for the nice video!

Imightberiding says:

I’m thinking of this little bike as an alternative to a mid size scooter for commuting. Is it highway capable? What is a comfortable top speed? Thanks.

PS: Was that price you quoted US or CDN $?

Ryan Frizell says:

+Review Outlaw some guy with a channel called about motorcycles, has this video posted on his channel, claiming that he made it.

Thy Liberator says:

great review mate, i want this bike. Hope its still in production

Paul Dupuis says:

Thanks for the helpful review of the tw200 and the xt250. It’s much appreciated. Could say which of the two bikes seats has the most real estate for taking along a passenger. Thank you…

Mowen McGuire says:

It is not a dirt bike, it is a trail bike.

Shaine MacDonald says:

It looks like there’s no front headlight.

Review Outlaw says:

yes it does, in order for any bike to be street legal it needs a horn, and i know what you mean.

rodazi says:

Is that a rainbow Scotty dog?

Jose Mallabo says:

appreciate the helmet cam effort but it hand held would’ve been less vertigo. 

BaadBoy's Playhouse says:

Your audio is not good. 

Tyler Williams says:

I did my MSF class on this bike and I had a blast. Really fun bike and easy to ride.

JMGAMING says:

what is the top speed

My Jeep says:

This review could have been 10 seconds long.
Tw200, she a basic bitch.

Review Outlaw says:

It does not have a Fuel Gauge and not a lot of Enduro’s have them. it does have reserve but i’ve never had to use it since it gets around 70-80mpg

Paul Dupuis says:

Thanks for the helpful review of the tw200 and the xt250. It’s much appreciated. Could say which of the two bikes seats has the most real estate for taking along a passenger. Thank you…

Austin Allwein says:

Good review! I am looking into purchasing a tw200. I am about 5’2″ how do you think I would fit on this bike? Also what speed have you had this bike up to?

Norm7634 says:

Same clunking noise from the front end I get on my 2013. I presume it’s from the fender. I get much better milage on the street than I do the highway 75+ vs 55, I guess running balls out cuts the mpg. Still, I love it! On the highway I keep the runs down to 45 minutes or less and let it cool or alternatively, if possible cruise under 30 for 5 or 10 miles. One day I rode from Camp Verde, AZ to Meteor Crater using highway 260 to highway 87 through Winslow and back to C.V. in one long day trip about 240 miles round trip. Another time I circled the San Bernardino Mountains. Left Fontana, CA and using freeway and side roads went east to Desert Hot Springs, then north on Hwy. 62 to Hwy. 247 on up through Lucerne Valley and onto Hwy. 18 through Apple Valley, then south through Cajon Pass and back to Fontana. That was about 230 miles. So in theory, I could ride it back to Fontana the in one day but it would be a long one.

Shawn shawnZ says:

Hi what’s top speed, With an average of rider, maybe 180 pounds? Thanks

Paul Dupuis says:

I apologize for the mutiple emails, my phone is dying a slow death and is plagued with technical issues. : )

Paul Dupuis says:

Thats very helpful to know. Thanks for answering my question, it’s very much appreciated.

Paul Dupuis says:

I apologize for the mutiple emails, my phone is dying a slow death and is plagued with technical issues. : )

GASPUMPFILMS says:

Does it have a horn? Kinda useful where I live.

Paul Dupuis says:

Thanks for the helpful review of the tw200 and the xt250. It’s much appreciated. Could say which of the two bikes seats has the most real estate for taking along a passenger. Thank you…

Handy Kapped says:

IT’S NOT AN ENDURO, IT’S A DUALSPORT!

Honest Skeptic says:

Does it have a fuel-gauge? Thanks for the review.

B. Hall says:

I recently got one of these. It was an older model, but it ran great. I was at a family reunion, and I planned to go trail riding. I went around the block, and I was ~100 feet away from my family. I hit gravel going ~10 mph. Bike came out from under me, and I broke my wrist, and have major road rash on my right side. I am also trying to figure out how I broke my left wrist by landing on my right side.

2phalanges says:

hey would a suzuki drz400sm or this is better?

jmc90213 says:

What kind of mileage are you getting per gallon?

rivierabmw73 says:

thank you for your post

Review Outlaw says:

It can do 65mph no problem.

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