Looking to move to a Super T

NorCal Guy

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Hi my name is Rich and I am in Northern California. I have been riding a GSA for the last two years, but just sold it and decided to replace it with a Tenere. I have had an 08 FJR for the last six years and want that Yamaha dependability in my adventure bike. Ride mostly 80% street and 20% dirt roads. I am enjoying reading all the posts on this site. Thanks to everyone who contributes. After reading the posts I have decided on a 14 or newer Tenere, mainly because I really got use to cruise control.
 

Don in Lodi

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Welcome aboard. Lots of stuff around to read up on. We're going to have to get us all together for lunch some Sunday... next year.
 

Sierra1

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Welcome from Texas. You're correct about sticking with the Gen 2. You might even want to stick with '17 or newer. I have a '17, and reading/listening to other on here. . . . the fueling might be a little better. Or, I just got lucky, and got a perfect Tenere. I'd also recommend an ES. Easier to adjust the suspension, and it comes with heated grips.
 

VRODE

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Welcome Rich. I always wanted an FJR but one that would work on the dirt roads around here. The ST is that bike for me. Happy hunting!
 

escapefjrtist

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Welcome from metro Seattle Rich! Good to see you found the place...lots of good information, you'll feel right at home here.

Happy hunting, I'll be watching too my friend.

~G
 
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