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T7, 1190, CRF1000L, F800GS in a Cali OHV park


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I slow group ride testing the waters in dry, dusty, sand in Northern California. The T7 handled well, I think the only holdback is the stock front tire.  It doesn't like dry, sandy dirt at all.  First of many adventure rides with the new T7. enjoy

 

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Not a bad video, but that cheeseburger was epic! 😉

 

I share your evaluation of the front Pirelli,  ice skating on gravel comes to mind. 

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Cool vid.  I rode some of the same trails the last time I was there on the Tenere.

 

J

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18 hours ago, CAJW said:

Not a bad video, but that cheeseburger was epic! 😉

 

I share your evaluation of the front Pirelli,  ice skating on gravel comes to mind. 

@CAJW for sure.  I think a knobby will help the front end bite in the loose stuff. And if you have ever ridden out there the 19th Hole is a great cowboy saloon. Good food and beers 

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15 hours ago, Goldentaco said:

Cool vid.  I rode some of the same trails the last time I was there on the Tenere.

 

J

@Goldentaco nice! I took the T7 on the Renz trails.  I need to post some more video footage of that solo day.  I'm hoping we have some rain soon

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