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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
wow the new klr looks great! i like the graphics.
+1 it's nice.
WOW they are getting better each year !! I like +1 .
Here's my Triumph Tiger 955i. Not had it long. Big trip planned in September 2013 down to Italy / Switzerland and the Alps. Stopping off in Germany, on the way down, at the Black Forest
This is my Suzuki DR800 BIG, just before stripping it down for a makeover, work in progress......
Sounds like one HECK of a trip.
Enjoy and ride safe.
Post MANY pics please, for those of us that will probably never be able to see and ride that area of the world. I do hope to someday though.
Nice bike BTW.
Dude! You got a great eye for photography!!! Well done, and great bike
That is a great photo !
man, I have to break out my magnifying glass.... hey, it WORKED!
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<a href="http://s494.photobucket.com/albums/rr301/ZZ4Blazer/?action=view&current=060.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i494.photobucket.com/albums/rr301/ZZ4Blazer/060.jpg" border="0" alt="Brand new '13 Triumph Tiger Explorer 1200!"></a>
Sales guy had to run out and take a pic before I left the showroom
I want to love those Explorers so much, but they feel so much heavier than my 1050 Tiger was. Granted I haven't ridden one yet, but just sitting on a couple made me rethink things. I'm curious as to your impressions after a few miles on it.
My XC with just over 12,000 miles.
15000 miles on mine and going strong... Never ridden 1050 though... It feels heavier to lift than a Vee - don't ask me how I know...
Nova Scotia on Explorer
I havent ridden either of them. But IVe got 4k miles on my explorer and I love it. Get better and better with each ride. Wanted a rugged, do it all kinda bike. And this fits my needs perfectly. Not to mention love the styling, power, cruise control, etc. Ridden it from, 5 hours though twisty back roads, 10 hrs highway in the hurricane, or down the unmaintained forest road up to the look out views.
I didnt buy this to ride it around the world. Dont plan on trying to ride single track or put knobbies on it. Sure, its possible. GS guys do it all the time. Id rather have a flickable enduro offroad than something like this. Im even gonna sell my DR650 come spring now that I have a road bike because thats not exactly a trail bike. You can put lipstick on a pig, but its still a pig. It does seem bulky, and top heavy LOOKING. (but, to me, it never seemed very top heavy just sitting on it at the bike shows, bike shops, etc) But, that disappears when you ride. This is by far the biggest bike Ive had and was a little indimidating the first time I rode one. Wide bars, wide tank right in front of you, etc. But it is very agile and easy to ride. And on a few occasions Ive forgotten that this is a little bigger/heavier than my DR650. That, its not supposed to be airborn. I shouldnt jump that curb with it. Shouldnt have given it that much gas going up that steep ramp to that old rickety bridge, etc
If your a small guy, then yeah, might seem that way to you. Im 6", 190 lbs. med build. Seats in the upper position, and to me, picture looks like the bike fits me well.
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My 800XC on a ride down to Durango. This is my Adventure bike
My ER-6N, which is my play bike