Discussion in 'Triumph' started by spanglish, Apr 4, 2014.
Thats soon remedied....Fame at last! Regards, Jim
Nice bike, Jim - bet its a bit quicker than your old restricted Funduro!
Thanks Nigel, yeh, pulls like the proverbial train, much more suited to my 17 stones and I love the note of that 3 into one system. Just wish I could have afforded to keep the two, I'm keeping my eye out for an old sixties Bultaco, Montesa or Ossa to do the local motorbike "concentrations" run in conjunction with local fiesta's, biking out here is the second favourite sport after Football and these biker get togethers are fantastic, literally 100's of bikes of all shapes and sizes turn up, loud rock music, paella and a bit too much drinking!! In my area the organiser is the chief of police, he rides a goldwing and leads the way with his stereo system blasting out AC/DC or the like and his silver drinks tankard hanging from his leather jacket on a chain, we never get any hastle from the local constabulary (wonder why) great day out in the sun. Regards, Jim
I love the look of the older Tigers , the newer one just look like a take off of the BMW GS's.
That one good looking example you've got yourself
Here's the better half's response to the Triumph TIGER purchase, mad woman, pity she hates bikes!! :27:
Jim, is that a Grrrrrrrrr or a Miaowww??
Sadly Nigel its more of a Miaowww these days but I still have the memories of the Grrrrrr years
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