I bought this 91 Yamaha dt200r a few years ago and it was my first bike ever. I brought it to a dealer for a safety and it passed, only needing new DOT tires and fork seals. After that I rode it for only a handful of short day trips that summer and I never fully trusted it for longer adventures. This bike is rare and hard to find parts for apparently. I'm not mechanical and I fear this motorcycle will always give me trip anxiety. Its been in storage for years now and currently wont start. Over the winter I was considering rebuilding it and teaching myself but.... I'm afraid ill just make it worse. Is it really worth it? Rare parts for a 1991 bike? Would I be better off starting over with a new honda dual sport and save myself the headache? I have tools and time and it sure would be nice to have a buddy with experience to supervise me but I don't. Now I'm guessing to get it running again would be something very simple like fresh gas, battery spark etc.. but really how trust worthy can an old ass bike be? Do I teach myself how to work on this rare 2 stroke dual sport or sell it now and run? Opinions? I'm near Ottawa if anyone mechanical wants to help with a winter project and/or a new riding buddy. Possibly for sale as well. PM me.