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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by Xcountry-Rider, Aug 12, 2011.
So true...they literally throw themselves on the ground at the drop of a hat.
Step 1- Get hung up on frame on rock between two mud puddles.
Step 2- Release tires from suction of that mud.
Step 3-211 Pull and drag the rear end over to solid ground and then motor out of that mud while running over about 2000 tadpoles
That orange one looks more like someone threw the ground at it . . . rather than vice versa.
Now that's some gumbo.
After last weekends mud bath she deserved a wash.
Odd lighting. Frame really pops though. Cool pic!
Took the tiger off road for the first time nothing extreme just some access roads.
fbj913, I see MO plates and KC in your location. Did you get your bike from Randy at El Dorado Cycles?
No, I got it from the guys at Engle Motors in Kansas City. They are great guys.
Saw a used Givi KAPPA Garda 46L for $260... how have you guys liked the givi or what has been heard about them for a top case??
Also what were the prices you guys got the tigers out the door for?? Got a used tiger but it's drive's away and has 10k miles on it, still got 15months of warranty...
More precisely http://advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=21352060&postcount=16959
oops i thought i deleted it from that thread! I couldn't decide which one to put it in but i guess too much bubbly goodness that night might have hit a wrong key
After two days of washing up:
All ready for Scotland in a few days.
Care to share what parts/where you got the brake line mod??
It's made by Hel mobile, since they dont have a standard kit for the Tiger 800 yet. Combined with Rox Risers I have 1 x 100 centimeter and 1 x 105 centimeter. And that's a tight fit, if I were to order them again I would take 2-3 cm on each side extra just to be secure.
After doing something like that myself and alone I thought about mounting an electric winch on my bike. Dang that 500lbs in mud is tough to budge.
Took 4 men and one rope to pull this one out. If I were on my own I'd propably still be there .