Rider comfort is further bolstered by a long, two-tone motocross-style seat that helps create a well-balanced riding position while facilitating optimal comfort and movement for the rider. The 2013 Yamaha TW200 has a wide, durable front fender that’s designed to minimize the amount of mud and dirt that comes the rider’s way in off-road situations. Meanwhile durable fork shrouds prevent the fork sliders from being damaged by rocks and debris. Passenger footpegs mounted on the frame provide riding capability for two. The bike’s turn indicators are flex-mounted, providing for greater durability and less chance of breakage. The 60/55-watt halogen enduro-style headlights are equipped with high/low beams. Standard instrumentation on the 2013 TW200 includes a speedometer with odometer and resetting tripmeter, indicator lights for neutral, high beams, and turn signals. Dual rearview mirrors are standard and the battery is dependable and low-maintenance. Fuel economy is also good with an EPA estimated rating of 78 mpg and a tank that has a 1.8-gallon capacity. The need for engine maintenance is reduced thanks to an automatic cam chain tensioner that also cuts down on mechanical engine noise. The bike is outfitted with lightweight, aluminum alloy front and rear rims that come fitted with street-legal, dual-purpose tires. Out front, the small fairing cuts down on wind buffeting when traveling at highway speeds, while lending the bike an additional styling note.