The Honda TLR200 was a trials motorbike made in 1986 and sold from 1986 to 1987, with the bikes sold in 1987 being excess stock from the previous year that were simply re-badged to keep them up-to-date. The TLR200 was a stand-up motorbike for use in trials but featured a seat and lights to make it road legal.
The TLR200 used a 194-cc-displacement, four-stroke engine based on the design used for the Honda XR200. It featured an overhead camshaft chain drive and produced a maximum of 13.4 brake horsepower at 6,500rpm. The engine could achieve a maximum torque of 13.027ft-lb at 4,000rpm.
The TLR200 used a six-speed, constant mesh transmission system connecting the rear wheel to the drive system, gears and the clutch. This constant mesh transmission meant that each of the gears was in contact with the engine at all times. The bike also employed a wet multi-plate clutch to switch between gears.
The TLR200 used a diamond-type suspension system, where the frame forms a diamond around the engine block. The front suspension had a 33-millimeter (1.299 inch) diameter and 160-millimeter (6.299 inch) travel, while the rear suspension sported a swing arm with a 150-millimeter (5.91 inch) travel.
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