When your TW wheels just aren’t quite big enough… This 1986 BW (BigWheel) 200 is one of the nicest example’s we’ve seen of this fun-loving and charismatic model outside of a show.
Electric start, undeniably rad BigWheel graphics and the red fork gaiters make it a stand out for running around camp, the pit, farm, or the perfect accessory for your Radwood entry.
The single thumper in these put out about 15hp when new, but anyone who has ridden these things knows the experience is more about the torque, stability, and fun between 0 and 30mph.
It looks fantastically clean, and only sports a teeny bit of patina in a few places that actually make us love it more. A little dirt in the rear-fender say there have been a few test rides recently, and a scuff on the left side of the lower engine case and frame keep it honest.
Seller claims it is in as excellent mechanical condition as it is cosmetic condition, and they emphasize that it “runs GREAT.
Seller claims to have recently replaced the battery, sprockets, rear brake shoes, rear wheel bearings, jack-shaft-seal, hand-guards, cross-bar-pad, and tires—as well as cleaning and greasing the swingarm and jack-shaft.
Bike is currently in Arizona but seller is based in Torrance, CA and can bring it to that location. Seller is asking $2500, and will probably get close. See it listed on Craigslist.