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Discussion in 'Triumph Tigers' started by Xcountry-Rider, Aug 12, 2011.
Cascade discovery route, OR.
Colorado BDR with workithot and xyooper906, just an amazing experience.
Very Cool! Did you ride up Ophir on your loaded Tiger?
I did not, but 3 others in our group had a go at it, one Tiger (xyooper906) burnt his rekluse clutch up on the pass. The other two bikes made it up with some assistance, they kept sinking in and getting stuck, plus a few tip overs. So, some jeepers helped with a push or two.
Oh my! 7 of us riding a CDR-COBDR loop next week. 1-B390, 1-B480, 3-DR650, 1-K690, 1-H701. I have ridden Ophir several times on different bikes. Riding up loaded is a challenge. Never know if the road is loose and rough or solid and packed. Everyone running lower than stock gearing-with this climb in mind.
Thanks for the information.
Safe Travels and Happy Trails!
Right, they said it was fairly loose and thick for a bit. So, depending on bike weight and traffic, it could be a smooth run up. Hagerman pass was a hoot, very rocky. Weather dictates all up there. Best to you and your group, ride safe and have a blast!
Oregon BDR Route 4
North Bend, WA
Wind Farm, Manawatu NZ
BDR was a Hoot for sure!
Trying out new bags.
Can’t really describe Colorado and do it justice, and pictures are only a fraction of how awesome that place is....
Jackson County, West Virginia.
Looks like Red Cone in the background?
My invite must have got lost in the mail.......
Ophir , unassisted , the hard way up.
You rocked that one? Nicely done! How do you think the Scrambler would handle it?
Yes sir , I did. I think I would prefer the grunt of the twin in that environment. I just need to get back in the swing of riding more technical stuff. Very happy you guys had a great time. Colorado is by far , my favorite state.