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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by scorch, Jan 5, 2005.
It works for me!
Guess they are about to lap you then
Brought this little (ha little!) low mileage '03 lady home last Sunday and can't get enough This is my first Triumph and I don't know what took so long. Fit and finish seems very well done, rides great, and that motor is a blast! On the lookout for some crashbars and luggage if anyone has any for sale
Somewhere south of Eustis, Maine, on Rt. 27.
Welcome to the asylum!
Well, they're attached to my Tigger, so why not.
Old and plain, and a far reach for me.
New and sexy.
Those look pretty good! They pazzos or the knock offs? Oh..did you have to cut out the handguards to make them fit?
Still lovin' my '05...
and she's the right color, too!
For $63.00 they're definately not Pazzos . I got them here, sad to say they are from China. They do seem quite robust at least. No trimming of the hand guard required.
The only issue I have seen with knock-offs is that the anodizing is so cheap and thin that within a year most of the black levers are bronze.
By far, the best money I have every spent! Rode 366 miles yesterday and my ass felt the same as when I started the trip.
The Russell Day-Long:
Took these last night....
Apologies if this is posted elsewhere but who made the seat and where did the design come from as to be polite the shape looks like it will fit my derier a treat.
Knees in the breeze
Great Looking BIke.
Parker! Open your eyes mate. It's written along the top of the photo. i.e. "Russel Day-long."
Here ya go http://www.day-long.com/
Labor Day 2012, went for a 350 mile DS ride on my XC. Perfect. And 55 mpg out of a tank of gas! Woot!
Curious to hear whether you rode up from the west or east and whether you went back the same way. I found the route from the west a real struggle on a F650GS(single).