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    Great filming here

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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    looks a great film to watch

    I had a quick go on a Tenere brought from here for my brother in law and its one of those bike you get on and instantly feel at home on. I loved it immediately .I have a soft spot for them as a 1983 600 Tenere was my first big bike after 350LC and went to the Pyrenees on it in 86 . tempted by Johnnys bike but I really have too many bikes now and it wouldn't get used. looks lovely a great price should sell soon I expect
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Great filming here

    I love GOT2GO she makes great travel vids… particularly the series on her journey through Africa on her T7 (sadly curtailed prematurely due to Covid).

    It’s not too late to pull that advert yet!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricky View Post
    I love GOT2GO she makes great travel vids… particularly the series on her journey through Africa on her T7 (sadly curtailed prematurely due to Covid).

    It’s not too late to pull that advert yet!!
    Plus she isn't bad to look at.
    lets av it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricky View Post
    About 4K miles now Clifton.

    I bought it last August but due to Covid and various lockdowns I haven’t had the opportunity to use it much until now.
    Good for you that's almost double what I have.

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    Did I read someone traded their Tenere in for a Rally Tenere ??

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    As my Tenere 700 has gone to live elsewhere I have various accessories for sale.
    Some new and never fitted and some that were only on the bike for a few miles.
    All listed in the bike related items for sale.
    Plus there’s a Garmin Montana, a mount for it and a couple of genuine map SD Cards. North America and Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricky View Post
    Okay. I'll play.

    1) Very comfortable (for me) with 300-350 mile days easily possible. The ergonomics are just spot on.
    2) Smooth and linear engine which picks up sweetly from tick-over particularly in the first few gears which is perfect when off road.
    3) No over complicated tech. One push button to disable the abs and off you go.
    4) Well proven and generally bulletproof Yamaha engine reliability.
    5) Lowish cost to purchase compared to other competitors.
    6) Feels very light and flickable to ride.
    7) Looks!!!
    Exactly sums up why I like mine. Gets better the more I ride it and suits my steady eddy riding pace to a tee.

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