The triumph tiger picture thread!

Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by scorch, Jan 5, 2005.

  1. tgrrdr

    tgrrdr WannabeAdventurer

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    man, those are some old pics (pre-digital). How did you find them?

    I was just reading another forum last night ( link ) and someone posted that the Givi racks are no longer made but other options are available. You could check Givi directly. I looked at Happy Trails' website and they don't list any luggage for the pre-99's. Not sure where else you could look for Tiger bags but good luck in your quest.
  2. PadreComo

    PadreComo n00b

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    Thanks Bill. I keep running into dead ends but I'll keep trying because I love this bike!
  3. Mudhen

    Mudhen Foul Adventurer

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    Use the search function here and on tigertriple.com....this has been discussed a lot. I think it was Hepco Becker? Someone still has them...
  4. Tetched

    Tetched Local Village idiot

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    Thanks for taking the time to post this list.I'm looking at the lowered footpegs for mine.I kinda got a bum knee and need the stretch.I have a set of HT panniers,9" I believe.What size are yours?
    I'll post a few pics this weekend of mine.Bought it this April with a little over 6000 on the clock.It has
    Triumph luggage with logo (givi)
    Tank cover with bag
    Track pipe
    Frame sliders
    Mirror extenders
    Bar risers

    Still looking for an after market set of bars and would really like a good set of highway pegs to stretch out once in a while.The good thing is looking at the layout of your bike has got me out of the GSA mode:lol3 pics coming this weekend

    Happy Trails

    Mike
  5. sloburban

    sloburban Long timer

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    Fun

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  6. sloburban

    sloburban Long timer

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    Somehow this is what my bike always looks like when I go out riding.
  7. sloburban

    sloburban Long timer

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    oops... this is what it looks like.

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  8. bigdon

    bigdon Long timer

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    Hey Tiger Riders!
    Before you buy new parts to farkel your 01 -06 Tigers, check out the parts for sale. I have not posted them yet but as soon as I find all my stuff and clean it up, I will have enough stuff to outfit your Tiger for a major expedition.
    I have crash bars,skid plate, and hb risers from Touratech.
    Happy Trails Pannier Rack, I may or may not keep the panniers and top box.
    I also have spare parts. Throttle cable , clutch cable, clutch and brake hand levers, and an oil filter.
    I put all this stuff on new about 2 weeks before I went to Alaska June 1.
    I crashed on the Haul Road June 10, so the stuff has about 5500 miles on it.
    The add will be posted soon, and will be priced to save you money.:clap
    I also have the three piece Triumph luggage with the mounts. They are roulett green!
  9. Sock Puppet

    Sock Puppet Dirty again

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    PM SENT ON THE SKID PLATE!

    I couldn't wait, I need one!:deal And I won't have email for a few days (I've gotta ride planned!:wings )
  10. cryptomane

    cryptomane T400-Rider

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    This was last week-end about 100km from Vienna, Austria.
    Approx. 500 meters from my parents house. :)

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  11. cryptomane

    cryptomane T400-Rider

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    I already posted some from Piemont-Trip.
    Here some more:

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  12. CBAT

    CBAT occasional wanderer

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    Now that looks fun! :clap
  13. Mudhen

    Mudhen Foul Adventurer

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    Oh ya! Keep those Steamer pics coming!

    Do you have a photographer that follows you everywhere you go? :wink:
  14. cryptomane

    cryptomane T400-Rider

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    I will post new pics here-yesterday I got my steamer back from the mech.
    He tuned my front supension and I have to try it out soon!

    The pictures in piemont took a friend who was with me on his DR 650.
    The pics in Austria took my wife - she frequently is my sozia when not riding on her own.
  15. mudbogdad

    mudbogdad Been here awhile

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    Pretty cool trick switchin tires mid ride:lol3
    Did the knobies help much on the dirt? And did they take away alot of the street capabillity?
    Cool pics. Thats alot of bike on those trails:eek1
  16. cryptomane

    cryptomane T400-Rider

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    I didn't switch tires during ride. :)
    But it would really be a cool trick! :norton

    The knobies ( Continental TKC 80) are fantastic on dirt - on street they are ok when dry conditions but when wet they are very hazardous...

    The tires which you see in the posting set in Austrian forest are:
    front Pirelli MT 60
    rear Metzeler Enduro 3 Sahara

    They are both quite good offroad when dry and also on street when dry.
    When wet on street they are ok but not as good as street-tyres.
    The Pirelli is not very usable when wet offroad. The Metzeler is ok when wet offroad. But not as good as the Conti TKC 80 offroad.
  17. Mudhen

    Mudhen Foul Adventurer

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    Stolen from the PB500 thread:

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  18. VTvfr

    VTvfr Been here awhile

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    So can all this be done with the new Tiger?
  19. cryptomane

    cryptomane T400-Rider

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    NEVER EVER!!!

    But there will come another Tiger for sure!
    Patience....
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    Cos Re-Greekified

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