At this point in her riding development we mostly stick to forest roads. She'll do gravel and dirt as long as I can prove it is a road. It didn't help that last weekend she was witness to an act of incredible stupidity. A Raptor rider, on his new Raptor, made it all of a 1/8 mile down a trail before he was overcome by throttle-ities. Shortly after being stricken he hit a big rock, went air-born, let go of the bike and lost his helmet on the first bounce. The second bounce was on his head. My wife's only comment was, "I'm not riding that trail". So I'm still working on developing her operator confidence and skill at this time. She's only ridden her bike about 15x. I learned about 10 years ago not to push her if she expresses fear. I have no doubt that she'll be on the easier trails with me soon. I say that as a certified MSF instructor. As far as her 200se goes, it is capable of any terrain/speed she desires at this time and probably for the next 2 years. It is the perfect bike for the novice rider.