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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by scorch, Jan 5, 2005.
New to me, 2005 Tiger 955i . with 31,000 smiles on her :)
Thought I'd share a couple of photos with you....
This one is of two 'fully prepared' Triumph Tiger 800XC's loaned to inmate PBee and I by Triumph Australia to take to the annual Flinders Ranges Classic rally in northern South Australia in early April 2013.
I was so impressed, I came home and bought this one from inmate Burren Rider .....
I'm now a passionate member of the Tiger Club..
Here's a link to our RR of the Flinders trip..
That looks awesome. Do you have an idea of the range that the Safari tank allows? Somewhere around 350 miles maybe?
We think around 600 kms or 375 miles, depending on modifications and use of throttle. We sometimes need all of that, as you guys do too. Although 30 litre tanks my loan one took 31 litres on one fill and still had some left.
My 800XC and the hubby's ExplorerXC. :
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Couple pics from my recent trip to the Dragon.
Simply gorgeous! I'm just a wee bit jealous...
hey mudhen, where have you been??? Just to let you know, your historical foot pegs now reside on my blue 95'. i'll send you a pick.
Here's a shot of my Tiger taken at work on 30 April as I backed it in.
This was my second ride since accessorizing my knee with Titanium on 19 March. I had a plate and seven or so screws put in after a get-off on the DRZ went bad in Big Bend.
And yes, that is a crutch strapped to the seat behind me. A coworker was impressed by this and had to get a photo of it. She titled the photo "Dedicated" and it seemed worthy of sharing.
This met a goal I set for myself of riding again by the end of April. I had purchased the Tiger a week or so before the Big Bend trip, put a thousand miles on it, and left it for the first service. It has been torture gimping around with a bum leg looking at this shiny new toy yearning to be taken for a ride.
Need a few Kilometers before a first service.
Had to "endure" a ride in terrible late autumn weather!
Hope that doesn't mean Mustang parted my Steamer out...I'm ready to buy it back! Thumpers that need oil changes every 10 hours are tough to put up with.
A little Steamer goodness on a Sunday morning. Hope everyone is out getting their bikes muddy today!
2006 Tiger climbing in beautiful British Columbia
Oh Crap!! Looking at this pic means either my headlights are about to die or my electrical system is not up to snuff. Those headlights are much brighter than mine!!
My Steamer was starting to get a little jealous of its "beaky" younger brothers...
Also, a custom drybag rack so I can really weigh the back of this thing down
Last week, about 15 miles north of Mt Mitchell on the BRP
test ride on a wet saturday morning,tiger sports
, on Flickr
apologies for average pic.I cant do much about the weather either