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PostSubject: Wannabee on Tug Hill   Wannabee on Tug Hill EmptyWed Jun 15, 2011 6:18 am

Hello.......Just want to lurk around because I'm trying to get off computers and reintroduce myself to the real world.
I've been trying to get a deal on a tw since I decided to start riding again. For a little history, I prefer backroads and woods to highway.
I learned on an Kawi Trail Boss back in the 70's and never really enjoyed the "Cruising" scene on the road so I think I've found the style of Bike to get back into things ( Like that inaccessable pond with the Bass crying to get picked off ).
I've noticed every forum for T'dubs are full of the most helpful I'm off to lurk now......C Ya
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PostSubject: Re: Wannabee on Tug Hill   Wannabee on Tug Hill EmptyWed Jun 15, 2011 5:22 pm

No problems with lurking, but should you find a nice pond and a big fish, we expect pictures. I find the TW to be a fine 'trail bike'. It can be made even better at a modest cost in a pretty basic home shop. Hope you find a bike. Have fun. Gerry

Be safe my Friend......
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