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Lets see your new Tenere 700's England, Spain etc, etc.

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Cruizin

Just click "choose files" when creating a new reply below to add pics from your device. 

 

This forum works very similar to FB and other platforms. Your phones can do most everything here easy once logged in. 

 

You can also create your own Gallery in, well, our gallery. Click around top of the forum. 

 

Top pics from around the world will be chosen and featured on the front page and in our gallery. We get a ton of visitors here already and this will give a few lucky owners amazing free resale value. 

 

This forum is about to grow, just not in the Usa for another year. Sad as that is, the forum is here so use it! 

 

 

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NRWhiteKnight

I'm looking forward to seeing pics of members bikes. Whether it's on the trailer, in the garage, in the driveway, or with a scenic view.

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be ENDURO

Mine is there ... my dealer is busy on it 👌🏻

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MARTY

Hi B Enduro,

Lucky you..

Good to hear that you are getting your T7 so quick. 

Nice to see that you are getting the Akra exhaust, what other accessories are you putting on?

Please share more photos and your opinion on the bike after you have ridden it.

Thanks on behalf of everyone. 

Marty 

Caboolture QLD 

Australia 

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Ten7

Very nice congratulations when I get mine in December I am going to leave it stock for awhile  until the aftermarket vendors  catch up 👍

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MARTY

Hi B Enduro, 

Where are you in the World that your T7 has already arrived? 

Congratulations, I'm sure you will enjoy riding it very soon. 

Cheers 

Marty 

Caboolture QLD Australia 

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MARTY

Hi B Enduro, 

Have you picked up your Tenere yet?

Hopefully you have and you are busy riding it.  and you've got it booked in for its 1st service soon.

 

I plan to try to pick mine up on a Saturday afternoon in December and book it in for its 1st service on the Monday after riding the 1st  1000km on the Saturday and Sunday. We'll see how it goes. 

Marty 

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Midfield Rob

Hi Marty,

Heres my bike by the sea and on a track. It’s as good if not better than you’ve read and heard. 

Rob

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Hooja

Tell us more!!! How is it better?

looks amazing!

 

just waiting for email confirmation of my pre order going through...

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MARTY

Hi Rob,

Congratulations. An thanks for sharing the photos and your opinion on the bike. 

I'm sure you'll be enjoying riding it as much as you can. 

Where are you in the World? Hopefully the weather is staying dry for you to get out and explore and you have lots of great roads and trails to ride.

Cheers 

Marty

Caboolture QLD Australia 

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MARTY

Hi everyone, 

Although I have to wait until December to get my pre-ordered  Tenere, as I am in Australia.  I am still excited for you all in Europe and the U.K. to be getting your bikes over the next few weeks and to hear from you all via the forum as you get confirmation of when  you are getting your bikes and where you are in the world. 

Cheers Marty 

Caboolture QLD Australia 

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yeendy
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That looks like Sunny hunny ? I'm just up the road from there 

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powder

There goes mine, this morning before leaving for my first few kilometers. 

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justplainbill0

Not mine, but a video on YouTube titled: Yamaha Ténéré 700 Unboxing, first run, first ride 4K  by JF Motorcycles in Czech Republic.  Well done.

 

 

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Midfield Rob

Yeendy,

that is indeed glorious Hunstanton but it’s was not so sunny yesterday. 

Cheers Rob

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Cruizin

New Tenere owners, in case you havent noticed yet, when you go in and create your free bike album, your last few images show up on the top of the front page of the forum.   Lets please get some real T7's up there. 

 

Also, when you work on /upgrade something connected to your bike, please consider taking a few well timed pics, upload em from your phone to our tech tip section, and I promise your posts will be read by thousands of new owners for year to come around the world. 

They dont get buried like on Facebook and this place has real admins. 

 

Thanks again for being members and even virtual mates. Please post lots of pics for those of us who cannot get our t7's yet. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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yeendy

Hi Rob, which dealer did you get your bike from ? and at least the rain kept the dust down !

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be ENDURO

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Midfield Rob
20 hours ago, yeendy said:

Hi Rob, which dealer did you get your bike from ? and at least the rain kept the dust down !

Hi Yeendy,

the bike came from Flitwick Motorcycles. I had to wait for Yamaha to get the ordering system working on day one to place the order. There a great dealer I’ve used them for 35 years. 

The bike is much bigger the I thought it would but having had big GSs and KTMs for 15 years for me that’s no bad thing. 

Its as easy to ride of road as a CRF 250 and I’ve done a whole tank of fuel without stopping on road, 170 miles. 

Rob

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Doogle
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On 7/30/2019 at 6:19 AM, Midfield Rob said:

Hi Yeendy,

the bike came from Flitwick Motorcycles. I had to wait for Yamaha to get the ordering system working on day one to place the order. There a great dealer I’ve used them for 35 years. 

The bike is much bigger the I thought it would but having had big GSs and KTMs for 15 years for me that’s no bad thing. 

Its as easy to ride of road as a CRF 250 and I’ve done a whole tank of fuel without stopping on road, 170 miles. 

Rob

I reckon I was there looking at their other one when you were trying to squeeze it in the van. Glad you got it home ok. Enjoy!

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MARTY

Hi B Enduro, 

Thanks for sharing the pics of your bike in its natural Habitat, on and off road. It looks great.. 

Especially the 3rd photo, very creative photo opportunity. 

  

Hopefully the weather fines up for you to get out more on it. 

Although its great to see that you are not a fair weather rider and you are still getting out there 

in the rain as well.

For me any ride is a good ride, rain, hail or shine. the daily commute to work or a weekend blast..

 

Have fun, 

look forward to see more pics and ride reports. 

 

Cheers 

Marty

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MARTY

Hi Rob, 

Did you have to refuel after 170 miles, how many litres did you have to put in the tank to refill? 

How are the tyres? confidence inspiring on the road and not too much vibrations? 

Please share ride reports and more pics. 

Have fun.. 

 

Cheers 

Marty 

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MARTY

Hi Rob, 

How was the comfort of the seat after riding 170 miles with out stopping? 

is the bike comfortable to ride such distances non stop? 

Was it all mostly Highway riding? or some city traffic and mountain twisties and off road sections? 

 

I can't wait to get my Tenere in December and ride it on all kinds of roads and trails as I have a great mix of 

all of the above roads all with in a short distance from home.. 

 

In the mean time I am counting Teneres to fall asleep at night.. 😴

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Midfield Rob

Hi Marty,

Its a great bike for doing a tank of fuel non stop. It was all on road and took 3 1/2 hours through villages and back roads as well as 50 miles on main roads. Comfort was fine, I’m 1.75m and 100kg, there was a small amount of wind buffeting but the screen is much better than its size suggests. 

The bike is still being run so ‘most’ of it was at less than 70mph. 

I cant find the bad fueling at low revs that people talk off and I do find my leg resting on the clutch cover that has been commented on but it’s not as issue just the first thing it gets to. 

Sorry about you wait but it’s worth it. 

Cheers

Rob

 

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