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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by scorch, Jan 5, 2005.
Somebody needs some knobbies!
Awesome pics, tgrrdr, thanks!
I don't think anyone minds you getting carried away, tgrrdr!
So how did you get those shots on the empty bridge?
SCHNICE sunset shot!
Beauty, eh! How many miles ya got on that thing anyway? What was your best trip ever on it?
The Steamers were definitely the nicest Tigers. I loved my 01 but would have loved a 98.
F'n A! Those are some really great shots! The Tiger looks the best when it's in its element
I was the engineer in charge of construction for the state.
same bridge 8 or 10 months before the previous picture.
just over 47,000
Moab a few years ago was probably my favorite trip - some of the pics above were from that trip photo 1 and photo 2.
the one that ended up on the tow truck had potential, but it didn't work out so well.
Nice pics, I almost bought a Tiger as first bike but it was abit to expensive and now I'll just love all the little special things with my TA soo I'm gonna keep her for awhile. But you never know it might be a Tiger later on in life since Honda is more or less (IMO) drifting away from the DS concept and building street bikes that looks like DS bike...
Bite your tongue!
Something should be done about these extremists
I am and I will not buy a tiger in the near future but a dog... Just another 7 weeks and we can bring her home (hopefully)..
But it's gonna be a cold day in hell before I mount a sidecar on the 'Alp...
this is my first post here. I totally enjoyed to read your ride reports. But when I saw this tiger picture thread, I could not resist to register an post some pics of my tiger.
Hope, you like them:
The steamer in this pic has been shown by Mudhen earlier this thread. But this time, mine is there, too.
I hope I will get the opportunity to do some nice rides this year so I can report and share further pics with you.
Welcome aboard the asylum train.
Hi Patrick--great to see another Lucifer Orange! What kind of hard luggage are those mounts for? Looking forward to ride reports, & welcome.
That is a freaking nice photo.
Looks like you got some good riding buds!
nice ride ...
what sort of wind deflectors are you using on your bars there?
Pardon my ignorance but I was wondering what's the difference between the the bikes with the narrow front and wider front. And what is a steamer?