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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by scorch, Jan 5, 2005.
Tiger bikes are weird. I hope the styling changes for next year. The old meaty tigers look best IMO.
AWESOME pics Patrick!!! This one rawks:
Is that enough?
Here's a few from a couple of trips I did last summer. As you can see, my Tiger likes the mountains.
loaded for adventure
what lies ahead; unknown
dawn, mountains and tiger from my tent flap
North Cascades Hwy; 90 miles of awesome scenery; incredibly twisty roads and green lush forest
Hurricane Ridge; Olympic Mountains. another incredible road to ride
2-up for 3 days... Sierra Designs 3 man tent, 2 North Face sleeping bags, MSR stove with fuel bottle and cook set. Walgreens Chic just had to bring a hair dryer... Seriously, we had room to spare.
These were taken on Monday...it has been really wet here in the Northeast US lately...
And there IS a Tiger behind here...guess you'll have to trust me on that
You guys are animals.
For "fair and balanced" opinion on the joys and sorrows of Tiger ownership go to www.triumph-tiger.com or www.triumphrat.net .These are two of the biggest Tiger sites. I've had mine for nearly 4 years and the only thing I'd replace it with is another Tiger. I'm completely nuts about it. I had a Daytona before the Tiger, and my wrists and arse have thanked me ever since. Pity it took a bastard bike theif to steal the Daytona for me to change to Tigger, but I haven't looked back.
This wins the very prestigious Matt's New Wallpaper Award!
G'day Wildekurt. Got a question for you. Which company makes those panniers that you have on our orange tiger there? I've had the genuine factory ones for a while and am convinced they are crap. Looking to upgrade them (the darling missus needs somewhere to put the hairdryer). Cheers mate.
This year I'm bringing my tire changer and some spare TKCs to CroMags for you...this street crap has got to go...
Looch - in.
Well at last I have aquired a Tiger. I just bought it last weekend. 2001 model 5700 miles, with Triumph panniers and trunk for $5k. The Daytona has an older brother!
nice one Deano
Yes, nice pic but a few suggestions...
1) Get a new avtar. That one looks the one that Fly-n-Turd had.
2) See suggestion number 1.
From a ride I did this weekend; central Washington; on Columbia River near Grand Coolie dam
With the tire cocked it looks like you got an action shot of your bike falling.
I think it's a kick ass photo though... Love that "flag"!
All the gear...