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Look what someone in Tassie is selling 29 km from new.
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On bike sales in Australia, in Hobart,  A 1993 Open Enduro as new, only 29km.  Nice bike but $$$. 

https://www.bikesales.com.au/bikes/details/1993-yamaha-tt-r-250-tt250r/OAG-AD-20911903?fbclid=IwAR3hj-q0P_R3UCVsQZ6KVxLxhBFNQtj32WVkGvgWJ54-5M5Ga0Npa1vxVGg

 

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$9900.00 au is not to bad in this day & age for anyone after that model of bike, just for ref. I paid $5995 au including on road in 2013 for a new blue TT250R & in 2016 paid $8000.00 au for a new WR250R including on road, only choice now is the Honda CRF300L but it's not as good as the WRR out of the box.

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I've been looking at the CRF300. Not that anyone can actually get one. It seems like a decent bike, which is a big call for a small capacity Honda that isn't made in Japan. I'm not a Honda fan. From what I've seen it's pretty different to a WRR. Less revvie perhaps? More of a plodder, less of a sport bike. I reckon the WRR was designed as a step down from a WRF.
I've been thinking that it may just be the thing I should have, given all of my circumstances. Then I take the TTR out, have fun and realise that a new bike isn't really going to float my boat and further. I must have gotten old, because not many new bikes get me interested.

 

A T300 may.



-- Edited by tripodtiger on Wednesday 27th of July 2022 10:20:50 AM

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'73 RD250, '76 RD400, '80 XS1100, '81 RD373LC, '96 Tiger 900/sidecar, '02 TTR250, and another XS11 - this time a chain drive Period 5 race bike that may be ready to race in early '22, or '23??



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Every time I ride the WRR I think to myself it is such a great bike & I ride with a few guys that have a CRF300L & the WRR holds it own. Will put rego on the TTR soon & ride it, always a pleasure to ride the TTR & I don't think you can go past a good TTR or WRR but I have to admit the WRR have more power & uses less fuel, good old EFI.

They are so different, the WRR is like a 2T wants to rev & go where the TTR is more laid back for a casual ride.

The CRF300 is a heavy bike that need money spent on the forks & rear shock, MAD TV is upgrading a CRF on their youtube channel $$$$ spent

Cheers Terry



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TT-R250 & WR250R for dirty fun

Triumph Thruxton for the twisties

Triumph Scrambler for fun

 YOUTUBE channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPSstOEnd2NSu0Va6kt2ySg

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