New owner of a 2013 ST

tntmo

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Greetings to all, coming to you from sunny San Diego, CA. I have been searching for a replacement bike for my 2005 Triumph Tiger which is turning over 100k miles. A local dealer had a 2013 Super Tenere that had been advertised for quite a while, I usually don't buy from dealers but they gave me a fair deal so I took this beauty home. I didn't do a lot of research about the bike, but enough to know that it's got a good reputation and it should be a solid machine for some fun trips. See you out there on the road less traveled!
 

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EricV

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Welcome to the forum and congrats on the new to you bike. You know you now have to ride to all those places you have stickers for, right? ;)

Enjoy the bike and winter riding out of SD. No shortage of roads to enjoy from there.
 

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::004:: If you're in San Diego, I'm betting you've already earned the Julian sticker. The roads around there were some of my favorites. ::001::
 

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I removed almost all of the stickers and put them on one of my garage cabinet doors to preserve the bikes history/heritage. I figured it was almost like stolen valor to run all of those stickers, plan to get my own memories on the bike. So far, it could only have a mall sticker and a garage sticker since that's the only places it has been. I'm finishing up my Tiger and want it sold before I start in on the Tenere.
 

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I found out today that the guy who had the bike before me was in one of my riding groups. I don't know him personally, but sort of a friend of a friend deal. Kind of cool, I can get the history of the bike.
 

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tntmo said:
I found out today that the guy who had the bike before me was in one of my riding groups. I don't know him personally, but sort of a friend of a friend deal. Kind of cool, I can get the history of the bike.
Yes, it is really nice, to know what had happend...well...in must case anyway ;)
 
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