Originally Posted by Rutsref
These bike rewarded aggressive riding style and had a good frame geometry for high speeds across rough terrain . ENJOY
Funny you mention that... I had one for a while that was like magic in fast rough/unpredictable terrain. My KDX200 feels like its going to pitch you off with its flighty/headshakey feel. Yeah, I know...wide open rutty trails aren't the KDX's forte..but
The WR on the exact same trail WIDE OPEN was as stable as riding the KDX on asphalt. I was really surprised an early '90's trail bike was so good at soaking up the rough stuff..
I still keep my eyes open for another WR200.... Great little bikes. (minus the pink decals)