My new bike

Discussion in 'Motorcycles' started by Mista Bob, Oct 5, 2009.

  1. Mista Bob

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    Traded my DR650 for this bike a few weeks ago, couldn't have been happier with my decision.

    It's a 2001 Triumph TT600.
    Great bike, sounds amazing, handling is insane and looks sexy!
    Coming off of my dual sport this thing is a huge shock to the system with its obviously vastly different riding position.
    Not to mention, having about 75 more HP.

    When I got it had 8400km's on the clock, I ended up putting on over 1000 km's within the first 4-5 days of owning it.

    Shortly after I got it,
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    Couple days later went on an amazing ride to the rocky mountains.
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    A friend with a 675 joined me on the ride
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    Love the roads over there... I will definitely be heading over there as much as possible.
     
  2. TwistedNav

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    Congratulations on your new wheels - very sweet. Must feel like a huge change after a DR. Living in London I really envy you those roads. Good to see you're wasting no time in putting some miles on her :tup:
     
  3. Mista Bob

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    Sadly that will have probably end up being the last opportunity to ride out there for a long time.
    With winter being just around the corner n all. I hear it's already snowing out there pretty good.

    Hopefully winter will be good this year... Last winter I got over 5000km's logged on my (sold awhile ago) ZZR-250.
     
  4. UnoMOTO

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    Nice...welcome to the two wheeled GTP member club!
     
  5. JohnBM01

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    Lovely bike and beautiful setting! I'm sure you'll have a great time riding the wheels off of that Triumph. Cool bike!
     
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2009
  6. wfooshee

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    Winter. Poor Canadians!!! :sly:
     
  7. ksino1100

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    Congratulations :tup:
    Nice bike, easy to drive and very comfortable!!
    You'll be very happy for a long time