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A cracker!!
Had the Street and daytona sound, the ergonomics and comfort were spot on.
Excellent bike and a decent tourer I reckon.

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    Monday, May 11 2015, 06:43 PM - #Permalink
    I think i prefer that one to the larger one you reviewed.
    I saw a few Tigers at the last dealer i went to and there are loads of them including a Tiger Sport.
    Good range really.
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    Wednesday, May 13 2015, 07:13 AM - #Permalink
    dyou prefer this to the yamaha tracer that you went on?
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    Sunday, May 17 2015, 09:58 AM - #Permalink
    Tachydude wrote:

    dyou prefer this to the yamaha tracer that you went on?


    damn, thats the million dollar questions.. well, the 9K question.

    I prefer the refinement of this Triumph for touring but the fun and value overall of the Tracer.
    I dont think you can go wrong with either so its a matter of riding both back to back and seeing which bike feels the most right.

    I will be going on the Tracer again within the week.
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    Thursday, May 21 2015, 07:09 AM - #Permalink
    Go Triumph!:)

    Good bike for sure. Triumph actually do this bike in many flavours. worth checking them out in the flesh.

    ..and yeah.. triumphs fix their mirrior ina different way to most. sure, it might loosen but you judt tightn it and the plus side is that you have good control over whre you realy want it.
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