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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by Xcountry-Rider, Aug 12, 2011.
Dutch Tiger visiting France...
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Tiger x Camel.... i'm sure that breaks some hippy humanitarian convention somewhere.
On a brighter note, next time ride off for a bit, laughing evilly as they stare after you slack-jawed.
Going back for them is optional *grin*
Nice, you have a lot more room in the panniers than I do. I don't know how big the OEM ones are but I have the (cheap and easy) Givi E21s. I carried my camping stuff in a seat bag, with a little thrown on top. My first camping trip out a couple months ago to Rick's Rendezvous.
Love the green too.
Riding in the Coeur d'Alene mountains and the Tiger did just fine with these bikes...
This was going back down a pretty gnarly single track that can be ridden from Idaho on into Montana.
First night camping on our trip, Sioux City Iowa.
That doesn't look like jolly ol England.
No Bross. French Pyrenees and an extinct Volcano called Puy de Dome.
This is Italy/french border south of Sestriere.
If you only took one picture of your bike during a ride and one of your inconsiderate mates chose that exact moment to have a pee in the background, is it considered poor form to post it up on the internet anyway?
Here's a few more, enjoy
Beautiful! Looks like a trip to CO-Silverton area...
Just did a ten day CO trip with the fam. Shafer trail, Moab, Telluride...
Next time I'm bringing the bike, not the kids....
Bingo! Engineer pass, can't wait to get back
Although the last pic is in NM south of Farmington
Nobody cares unless you have bike porn in your post
You're killing me, if it wasn't bad enough I was getting taunted at every turn of the road
I know, I took a motorcycle trip with some street bikes last year and VOWED I would return with some knobby tires!!
Last week, somewhere in France:
Also tested the range of fuel, got as far as 450 km. with one tank and 2 gallon Rotopax. That's with 50/50 offroad/fast tarmac driving and with full camping gear loaded. (Beated the KTM950, wich had about 2 litres of fuel extra, and less luggage. It ran out just 7,5 km before me )