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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by ScrambDaddy, Jul 12, 2010.
...Speaking of Squirt...
Gee, 1988 for the marlboro DR800? Do you suppose someone saw that when they created the icon designed XC? Duh, sure looks like it, don'it?
My how our tastes have changed over the years. I'm building a 70's cafe racer and trying to figure out colors. Some labels for color schemes over the years...
dark or blackout
murals, pinstripes, graphics
pearl, metalflake, metallic, cameleon
I started doing custom paint work about 1975. Anyone remember the 'van craze'? My favorite paints you cannot even buy anymore here in CA.
EDIT: BTW, the vid is cute, entertaining. thumbs! "new guy"... LOL.
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Wait, is that a beak ? I always figured BMW invented it since they go on and on about it...I guess not
I assume your joking. That was the first beak. BMW & Triumph copied Suzuki.
I am, hence the at the end....
BMW accused Triumph of stealing the idea from them when in fact, they stole it from Suzuki.
39-all of the filters paid for, are boxed and ready to be shipped tomorrow, via USPS. YEAH!!!
Still waiting payment for 13 and a mailing address for another.
Please direct discussion to here: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=818121&page=8
Thank you Icon that was a 1/2 hr well spent.
What an awesome video!
Now I know what the bike can do, I have to do something about the rider of my Tiger
awesome video!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :eek1
Looks the same as the ones I got with the Triumph Radiator Guard.
Yep, they are. Kinda pricey for what they are, must be made from some exotic material.
Almost forgot, I got it from BIKEBANDIT.COM
What cases and brackets are those?????
Givi luggage racks and cheap plastic ammo boxes from Amazon. Top case is a Pelican 1520 with a Touratech rack under it.
When I watched the Icon video, I really wondered how someone gets that good on a bike? Especially so young? I can only imagine killing myself in the process long before I ever got to where they are at:huh
Didn't you realise that in BMWs corporate belief they invented absolutely everything.
Telelever? Have a look at the 1930s Rudge.
And on and on it goes. One thing you can credit BMW for is they do have the courage to put these things into production.
I think the only way to get that good is to do it young.
Yeah, I was pretty envious, too. I guess, if you have no regard for your equipment (like a stunta'), you continually keep trying stuff and finding what you can get away with or better at.
For those who haven't seen a Scrambler get thoroughly ridden: