Great time to decide to get back into bikes, that's one thing i've noticed about the scrambler, bringing folks back out and serving a real need in the market.Jess from Singapore.
Been off bikes for quite a while and slowly making the transition back.
Love bikes and bought a Vespa GTS 300 Super in January this year just to get a feel of riding again.
Guess it's time to bite the bullet and start riding bikes again.
Plan to get an Urban Enduro next month.
I guess the passion still remains and burns deeply in me.
Glad to be a member here.
Ride safe always .
Thanks for welcoming us here.
The TW200. Cracking little bike. I lived in Tokyo between 1989 and late 1992. So many couriers used to ride them in Tokyo. I always wished they'd done a 250 version ... or even a 350 for other markets.
Portugal and Chiang Rai is such an exotic combination. Ideal locations for the Scrambler. I say go for it.The TW200. Cracking little bike. I lived in Tokyo between 1989 and late 1992. So many couriers used to ride them in Tokyo. I always wished they'd done a 250 version ... or even a 350 for other markets.
I split my time between southwest Portugal and Chiang Rai in northern Thailand. If these bikes prove to be reliable over the coming year or so, I will buy one. I'm just trying to overcome a long held Ducati phobia. Having said that, one of my two bikes in Portugal is a Buell Ulysses. I expect to start seeing a lot of Scramblers in Thailand.
I have always wanted a TW to knock around on locally, but the 125 is the one you see in Portugal, when you do actually see them, that is. Van Vans are more common.Portugal and Chiang Rai is such an exotic combination. Ideal locations for the Scrambler. I say go for it.
Singapore does follow the Japanese bike licensing system and those days I had a Class 2B bike license - good enough only for bikes up to TW 200. But it was a hoot and a half to ride. Lots of fond memories riding it. Several bikes later, I still do miss it at times.