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  1. Dealer just texted me! My bike ships from warehouse June 8th. My OTD price is $11,235 including 6% sales tax and dealer fees. No accessory packs. My claim number on the 22nd of May was 636301 , not sure if that means anything to anyone. Call your dealers, they have shipping confirmation for all preorders that went thru on the 22nd of May! Have them look at Order management, Confirmed orders! Almost time boys and girls!!
  2. GiantLoop

    10th Annual Giant Loop Ride

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    Join us June 4-6, 2021 for the 10th Annual Giant Loop Ride, an adventure motorcycle rally weekend in the high desert of Eastern Oregon, based out of beautiful Crane Hot Springs. Explore incredible areas of the state like Steens Mountain, the Owyhee River, the Ochoco Mountains and the Alvord Desert while meeting new riding friends. All street legal bike types and riders of all skills levels are welcome – sport, dual sport, scramblers, adventure touring – and you can ride your own route or choose from a variety of routes and form your own groups to suit most any bike and rider skill level.
  3. We'll be adding the Tenere 700's to our fitment finder on 2wdw.com next week, along with our custom ECU flashing! While the Novel Coronavirus is still causing most countries around the world to be, more or less, shut down, our custom ECU flashing will be on sale for only $250 with free return shipping anywhere in the USA with the coupon code "covid19" on our site. Sale price applies to outsie of USA as well, but not the free return shipping. As we see more ECU's roll in, and our own test bike, we will be posting tons of dyno footage and videos in the coming weeks! The Tenere 700 h
  4. Yesterday I installed both the front and rear rally suspension from Rally Raid.uk. these things are awesome. Install was 5/5 difficultly imo, but I'm really happy I managed to figure everything out with zero instructions, taking apart the first fork leg was the true test, after I figured it out the second for leg took 30ish minutes. This bike is such a joy to work on compared to what I've had in past! If you have any questions let me know! The bike is literally 36inch seat height with the rally seat also, going to take some getting used to.
  5. Cruizin

    Idaho T7 Rally in September

    I am scheduling a rally/meetup in Boise for September. Close by Idaho is the IdahoBDR route. And many many other scenic riding areas. This is prime ADV country that many dream of riding. Mountains, twisties, forest service roads galore. Plenty of hotels, we can lan this ahead and maybe get a group rate if enough of you RSVP. If we can agree on a date, I will create a calendar event. This will be a damn good rally. @PNWTEN @Idarex @Craig Sturman Interested?
  6. Finally took delivery after work yesterday so I'm wasting no time banging down break in miles and already adding mods to the bike. The ride home was 19 miles. I could tell right from the first startup that I was in for some pleasant surprises. I have to say that I'm not sure why I keep seeing people saying that the stock exhaust has a nice sound...it's far too quiet. As soon as I arrived home I took some temp readings, let the bike cool for about 20 minutes, and decided it was a good time to replace the entire exhaust. A couple weeks back after
  7. I just removed aux lights from a different bike to put on this bike. I really like having them mounted so they shine where I am steering and this fits the bill. I am interested in what opinions are out there, pro or con. I think they are protected well on the fork for the riding I intend to do. The connectors are two pin from a Suzuki. Is that a direct p&p or do I need to switch them out? I am a self proclaimed nit wit when it comes to electrical (especially bikes). I'd like a simple connection that comes on with the headlights. I don't need a switch or dimmer. I gu
  8. I was installing the Leo Vince S/S headers today and hit a snag. I have the GIVI crash bars and the headers hit the crossbar that goes between the guards. I could get a welder to cut it I guess and get it to clear and weld it back but that's not so easy for me. Only a couple machine shops around and none of them are any good....I know from previously using them. So either get a different set of headers or crash bars without a cross bar that connects the two... Anyone running a Leo header with crash bars ?? Or know what headers will work with the GIVI's ??
  9. The non-electric 10lb solo rider "extractor", just in case one needs to get un-stuck.
  10. Is the stock spring ok or do you need an upgrade?
  11. Just signed paperwork, got the keys and put it on the trailer. Here's to many new adventures Ophelia!
  12. So at some point in my online Tenere suspension setup searches I thought I came across a suspension setup chart. Basically you could look up several variables and it would tell you recommended settings for your clickers. I believe it was on a suspension company's website. I say "I think" I saw it because it was something I found while looking for something else so I kind of glanced at it and then moved on. (I should have bookmarked it but didn't.) I looked at it so quick that it may not even be what I think it was. Anyway, does anyone remember coming across something like this in their search
  13. Bought a black one as a birthday present to myself (56 years and still going). Started riding at the age of 5 on a Z-50 my father bought off his friend whose son graduated to an XR-75. I have had many bikes, though all have been used. Everything from an RD 400 to a CB750, and a CR125 to a KTM 1190. This is my first new bike, and I don’t want to screw it up. So, I bought the Yoshimura tail tidy, turn signals, and turn signal plug-n-play extensions. The kit came with a relay, but it has wires, and I don’t want to cut the existing loom. I see plug in flashers all over e
  14. Off to the Seth Laam seat master in Northern Redding California ! Seth Laam Custom Seats – Tenere Across the USA I’m currently in Redding Ca. getting the Tenere 700 seat rebuilt by one of the best guys on the west coast. Seth Laam has worked magic on my 1200 Super Tenere twice, improving it after my ironbutt in 2013 and then again in 2016 before my 48 state/ 4 corners ride. Seth...
  15. Dakota

    1st Service

    Hey all, new Tenere 700 owner here. I'm looking to do my first service myself as it seems to be mostly an Oil Change + checking all bolts and cables and such. I had a couple questions about the below, as i'm not sure how to do them, and I wonder if i'm even able to do them on my own. Thanks in advance for the help guys. Also, here is a direct link to the owners manual, in case that helps anyone.
  16. Highbeam

    Hello from Oregon

    The bad news is the lock-down but the god news is the T7. Recently bought my new T7 to go with the BMW S1000XR and its a whole different world. I plan to be exploring the many logging roads we have here. So far the T7 is a joy to ride and work on. It tends to be the first on I grab.
  17. Hello all. The universe conspired and I became an owner about a week ago. Just one problem to solve. I'm in Colorado and bike is 400 miles away in Nebraska. I need a weather window to go and get it. Maybe this week if I'm lucky. Very excited to be moving to this machine. The choices for mods are a bit overwhelming but, I'll get there. Utah is waiting! So is baja!
  18. Because I have OCD - too much time - and not enough ladies? I have started compiling a spreadsheet of all possible parts to add to my T700 ---- which STILL has not delivered. mostly culled from this forum, youtube videos, and browsing many of the ADV accessory makers from when I built out my SuperTen a few years back. Is this something of interest? and if so? where could I upload so others could add or comment? thanks Charles
  19. Time to order !! Ok guys, here is the discount code! Y002GK685N Order your skidplate here and enter the code at checkout! https://acdracing.us/yamaha-xt700-tenere-1/ Hurry up before the code expires! Update #1 : After only 3 days we have already 9 Skid plates and 2 Frame guards kit orders Keep going on this amazing deal Update #2 : 1 week left to go to 20 sales, we have 11 Skid plates for now, don't miss this amazing deal Update #3 : We will keep this amazing deal
  20. When I let go of the wheel at 35 it wobbles a little any suggestions on how to get it to stop
  21. Smart Ass

    Headlight adjustment

    So has anyone figured out how to adjust the headlight yet? Those knobs on the side don’t have any affect on the headlight position, at least from my experience.
  22. I curious on the range people are getting out of a full tank. Today my low fuel "light" came on at 139 miles wich is definitely not going to cut it for some of the trips I have planned i was really hoping for 200 miles out of a tank. Is my low mileage cause I just ride that hard. This was a mixture of hwy riding and twisty back mountain roads and some urban commuting. This is only my 2nd tank the first tank i ran down to about 1/4 then filled up again. So what are people tending to get out of a tank? Is the reserve that big on this bike can i get another 50 miles? Any info w
  23. I thought I’d start a thread to post pics from the rides I do and the spots I hit around Las Vegas. I tend to do single day rides, usually a few hours in length. Occasionally I’ll load the bike up and head to other spots around the desert southwest. First ride once I got her home

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