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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by scorch, Jan 5, 2005.
MMMMMMMM. I'm not sure. I think it might have been the right color.
Awesome pic!! I love how you have your Explorer setup, that is where I want mine to be in the very near future.
Not positive about "right" , but certainly it's the fastest colored Tiger, it is British RACING Green after all.....
Yep, same color as my '98
Actually, the black Tiger was not my first choice. BRG and the orange were probably my first choices. But after a year or more of looking, I found one that pushed all of the right buttons.
But that is one fine looking Tiger you have there sir.
That's the main thing for sure, and thank you kindly, the feeling is mutual as well.
Bit of a recognition problem there, I think. That picture was of an 800XC.
That's a fine Tiger, nice to see it being used properly too...
I want to go riding there! Beautiful pic.
Here's a pic on burley mnt if you guys are familiar with Gifford Pinchot.
Found this while browsing the thechive.com today. Thought it was funny.
haha, saw that on the chive too, I figured it would make it's way on here if this isn't where it started from in the first place
playing in the dirt near burney falls, ca last week.... got pretty dusty in places... and she took a nap... touratech crash bars did their job... pretty much...
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Nova Scotia on Explorer
Took a "short cut" to work!
La unión Valle del cauca - Colombia - South America
Love the Speedie tucked in there. :)
8 Triumphs and one Orange bike :)