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Discussion in 'Triumph Tigers' started by Xcountry-Rider, Aug 12, 2011.
Greatings from the BRP
Greetings from South Wales,UK.
Already posted on Facebook but not here...a group of us 800 owners (XYooper906, TriTi) had a chance to ride the Tiger 900 back to back with all generations of the 800 Tiger, probably the best comparison if you’re a Tiger fan. Here’s a few pics from that day.
Not even 100 miles on her yet.
Somewhere in GW National Forest
Started off wet and sloppy. Now she's all dry and crusty and people look at me funny while I ride around town. Story of my life.
Pikes Peak last weekend. The top was closed due to high wind.. :-(
Pic from Friday. Rode around 40 miles in the NF before this pic. No rain to be had here, so the bike was dusty but still clean
Finished wearing out my rear brake pads off road, ordered some EBC HH’s for all 3 calipers. Delkevic exhausts have gotten pretty cheap for this bike, just ordered a full stainless 3-1 header and 18” oval can for $375 shipped, direct off the website. Trying to rid the bike of some heat, and not roast my legs so much in the 90+ degree heat we’re having.
Anyone have any tips for lowering the fan temps on the gen 2 bikes? Is that still a thing like it was for the older tigers?
I'm hoping to take a trip there once they finish all that construction at the top. I didn't realize I was only a day's ride away from Colo Springs.
Its a fun ride.. Hard to imagine racing up that road though... that takes some big ones...
@OleShep, Was the road hardpacked? We leave next week for this area, just wondering about road conditions.
It is paved until the above tree line sections, then switches to gravel. That upper section was closed due to high wind so I cannot speak to it but they race up this road each year so I am pretty sure you will have no issues with the gravel sections. .
Thank you for the information. We are totally stoked.
Buffalo Pass Walden to Steamboat Springs - up from Ft Collins on 14 thru the Poudre Canyon. Nice ride if you get a chance
Keeping up with the dual sports in Santiago Peak (highest point in Orange County, CA...which isn’t saying much).
'Toolin round Southern Utah.
Sweet looking gold rims!
Sleeping tiger.. ;p
Mt. Ashland, Southern Oregon..
Central Oregon, middle of nowhere, off hwy 31..