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Discussion in 'Australia' started by lentil, Nov 7, 2011.
ah its good to be back
what have you got in store for the camera this time gundy?
Is this "the go hard" part, great shot.
Have a great ride boys. Keep us posted with your progress and a few pics if you can. Anyone got a spot link for them?
Try this one Bob
They are on the move
nearly at honeymoon pool
Phillip has found his bretheren!
heading for Albany, look out Dave and Dennis, cats on the prowl.
Rick should keep an eye out for them tonight or tomorrow morning.
Phil favorite new shop : whale penisises are us
Wilmo lookin fine (although I think he looks beter in a blue summer dress :wink
Camp time - wilmo and Grog
wouldnt be a tiger run without a latte
Hobbitses dont do heights
Top of endevour tree
Hobbit in his natural environment
Reckon they found a pub.
Yep we found a pub in Condingup
Great to be able to accompany the boys on this leg. We spent Friday night holed up in the state forest around Wellington Dam, and last night near Walpole. Found a good short cut from Northcliffe to near Walpole in Chesapeake rd, remember that one. Walpole aptly renamed 'whale-pole' see the pic posted of Gundy in the bar and you will know why. Quite a bit of tar, but the boys got to take in some of the famous southwest tourist spots on the way. I left them in Albany this morning where it was pissing down. Grog and Alan were stopping at Bremmar bay to camp for a week with their mate, and Phil and Gundy aiming for Israelite bay, but looks like the smell of a good steak at Congdinup pub drew them in and that's where they are tonight. The rain should make the beach riding easy tomorrow!
I test rode Gundys tiger, and really enjoyed it!! That motor is just so much fun and doesn't it scream! Whoo hoo! Twist it in any gear and it just keeps on giving. Suspension is a bit soft, but still works well, bottomed a bit hitting foot deep potholes at 80km/h, but way better than the stock suspension on the 660 Tenere I used to have. Really comfortable cruising in dirt or on the tar. Brakes have great feel and awesome stopping power, better than the 990 in that dept. I barely noticed the weight of Gundy's gear on the back, really nice balance. My 990 is a bit more composed at higher speeds in the dirt, it just works, and quicker (Gundy and I had a drag)....but you know I reckon the Tiger is more fun, ......and I think Gundy agrees - as he says, its the kind of bike you could cruise to work on every day, then adventure tour on, on the weekends, best of both worlds. Really impressed how well these two have held together too, 40000 Kms of being flogged, everything still intact with just routine maintenance Phil tells me. Wish I had a bigger shed!! One of these is now on the wish list! Destined to be a classic, it's the modern day AT I reckon. Good one Triumph!
shit phils been possessed
I didn't touch your salad!
Gundy must have had a better steak :huh
For a moment I thought things where really crook and phil had started drinking mustard
Phil's Spot has gone flat so here's mine
You will see our track yesterday split that's because Phil said we could get off the beach at one point. I crested a dune and it had no back in it. I gassed it but no good I endo down about 5mtr. Feeling sore today. But we keep it Flat tho
New photos in this email gallery www.smugmug.com/gallery/25909390_BWnWGj
I'm going out if someone is wants post them in that would be awesome to