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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by benwood, Aug 22, 2006.
It's a Tiger and I haven't ridden it yet. Just got it tonight.
Mr. Mutineer sir, other than that giant seat that is one seriously sweet Bonneville.
there may be hope for yet
damn nice ride
Saw this one on an Italian Triumph website
Now pricing up the Norman Hyde 5.8gal tank, Ohlins piggy-back rear shocks, replacement spoked wheels with alloy rims......
That's not fair, man.
You'de find something here:
She's a 2001 'standard' Bonnie w/a bit 'o motor work.
My '69 Bonnie - 106 miles since a nut-and-bolt, crankshaft out restoration.
any idea what your 2001 bonnie weighs now? It looks like you really stripped it down. The satin black finish looks great.
Very nice, love it. It's time to take a torch to those passenger peg mounts though.
The left one is gone. The right one may not be long for this world. The only problem is that the pipe hangs off of it - if I lop it off, I'll have to fab a bracket. Maybe a winter project.
Thanks!.. I've spent all my money on wine, women and motorcycles.. the rest I just wasted..
Here ya go...
Not mine, but I wish it was.
They look comfortable:
Here's something that's comfy and it performs:
that is one road going sexy girl
here is the picture that fat tank on that bike paints for me
close your eyes
picture it with a set of leather throwovers and parked at the base of Machu Piccu with a light patina of South American dust
The sun is setting and you reach into the left bag and pull out that blanket sided canteen. It is still about half full of fresh water from the rest stop at the last town. You sit on the ground and lean back against that gorgeous bike and use the water to chase the shot of celebratory mescal.
I am not sure what it is about the Bonnie but it makes think of taking it down the road farther than my ST1100 or my F650 Dakar ever did.