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Reviewed on November 14, 2010

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5.0
I just bought the bike two days ago. My first impression was that it was a big bike, but totally worth it. I love the thing. I am a big boy and that bike carries me around like it's nothing. As my first bike, it rocks. This bike is made for trail riding, nothing major like racing. But for what... read more
I just bought the bike two days ago. My first impression was that it was a big bike, but totally worth it. I love the thing. I am a big boy and that bike carries me around like it's nothing. As my first bike, it rocks. This bike is made for trail riding, nothing major like racing. But for what this bike was designed to do, it does the job great. My friend weighs 150 pounds and has a CRF 150 F and I beat him every time even though I weigh 100 lbs more than him. I bought it used for $1000 and it's a great investment.
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Reviewed on April 29, 2010

RV reviewed 2002 Yamaha TT-R225 view listing

5.0
A very nice bike. Awesome for the trails. A little heavier than my XR200 but is also a little faster. Only thing is that it doesn't have a... read more
A very nice bike. Awesome for the trails. A little heavier than my XR200 but is also a little faster. Only thing is that it doesn't have a kickstart.
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Reviewed on June 7, 2007

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5.0
I have had this bike for 3 years. At first I had problems with the start up on cold days. We cleaned the carb up and now it starts great. I have a great time on trails with this bike - it really tears them up. I take this bike to my friends track at their house just to screw around and it performs... read more
I have had this bike for 3 years. At first I had problems with the start up on cold days. We cleaned the carb up and now it starts great. I have a great time on trails with this bike - it really tears them up. I take this bike to my friends track at their house just to screw around and it performs better than what I would expect for its weight. It really can get some air on the step up and table tops. It has plenty of speed. With a gps hooked up to the handle bars I got 72 miles per hour on road. I really recommend this bike to any body that is looking for a great bike, and wants to ride it hard.
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Reviewed on July 1, 2006

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5.0
This bike is definately no speed machine, but it will get you there and back with no problems. I am very satisfied with the reliablility. It will pull wheelies in second gear, but you really have to crank the throttle. The speed is fine for me. Overall I love this... read more
This bike is definately no speed machine, but it will get you there and back with no problems. I am very satisfied with the reliablility. It will pull wheelies in second gear, but you really have to crank the throttle. The speed is fine for me. Overall I love this bike.
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Reviewed on May 31, 2005

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5.0
The TTR-225 is a kick butt trail bike, last year I raced Harescrambles and this little bike brought me to victory numerous times. It may not be the biggest baddest bike out there, but it surely gets the job... read more
The TTR-225 is a kick butt trail bike, last year I raced Harescrambles and this little bike brought me to victory numerous times. It may not be the biggest baddest bike out there, but it surely gets the job done.
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Reviewed on April 3, 2005

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5.0
This is a great bike for beginners to intermediate riders. My son loves it (5'9"; 150lbs) and it works for me. It has a low profile for woods and definitely NO SERIOUS JUMPING. All you need for a weekend warrior in our area. Now I would like to compliment it with a YZ426 for the father/son... read more
This is a great bike for beginners to intermediate riders. My son loves it (5'9"; 150lbs) and it works for me. It has a low profile for woods and definitely NO SERIOUS JUMPING. All you need for a weekend warrior in our area. Now I would like to compliment it with a YZ426 for the father/son experience.
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Reviewed on March 28, 2005

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I have had my bike since 2001 when I bought it new. I live in the U.P. of Michigan and have been riding about 30 years. I love the bike. I have entered it in a cross/country every year and did quite well for an old... read more
I have had my bike since 2001 when I bought it new. I live in the U.P. of Michigan and have been riding about 30 years. I love the bike. I have entered it in a cross/country every year and did quite well for an old geezer.
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Reviewed on January 26, 2005

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This bike is reliable and fast. This is my first bike and it's fast and powerful. The comfort is great and it handles very well when you're doing some off-road riding in the... read more
This bike is reliable and fast. This is my first bike and it's fast and powerful. The comfort is great and it handles very well when you're doing some off-road riding in the mountains.
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Reviewed on December 5, 2004

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4.0
I have had this bike for about a year, and it has been a joy to ride. This bike has a lot of low end power, but not mid to high power. I think for little kids starting out on this bike need to have a little experience. My bike can go around 80mph on pavement. The only two things I don't really like... read more
I have had this bike for about a year, and it has been a joy to ride. This bike has a lot of low end power, but not mid to high power. I think for little kids starting out on this bike need to have a little experience. My bike can go around 80mph on pavement. The only two things I don't really like about my bike is that the suspension is way too soft, and parts are hard to find. Overall if you only ride on trails and fields at high speeds this is the bike for you. Take my advice don't jump it, you will be sorry. Now I am getting a KX250F or RMZ250 next, because the better suspension.
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Reviewed on October 30, 2004

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5.0
I rode a PW80 and have never used a clutch. I learned in 20 minutes. Very easy and so smooth. Great bike. I stalled it a few times (never used a clutch) when taking off. Awesome. I switched from 2 stroke to 4... read more
I rode a PW80 and have never used a clutch. I learned in 20 minutes. Very easy and so smooth. Great bike. I stalled it a few times (never used a clutch) when taking off. Awesome. I switched from 2 stroke to 4 stroke.
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