Question about 2008 Triumph Tiger
Everywhere I hear that the new 1050 tiger is not well suited for off-road. I'm not looking for enduro, I have an MX for that, but just the ability to zip around rough gravel roads. Does anyone have experience with the 1050 in this regard?
I think that the new 1050 is not as convidence inspiring as the older models, but I found it very stable when on wider forest service type roads. The rims are cast, so much more easily bent. My 1050 felt great as I would stand on the pegs and use my body more. Would slide it out to the side a few times, intentially, and did not feel out of control either.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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