Touring bike Test

Jonny675

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https://youtu.be/RmbIma-G0HI.
Not sure if people have seen this it in foreign but translated the guy likes the Super Tenere all the bikes tested.
 

tenbob

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Yeh seen this a while back. Outta that lot the Super T in my 'unbiased' ;) opinion, being best world travel bike as a whole package is about right me reckons... Top category for this style of bike, at least in my humbles, should be about world travel too or rather, just about anywhere travel n not whether it will out gun a rival on the twisties or straights. After saying that I know lots buy these kind of bikes n just nip to the local shops to get there bananas... ::)
 

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So the S10 was #1 for doing a trip around the world. It's reliable. Sounds a little boring, and I'll never do that.
All other performance categories were other bikes and most have chain drive.
I guess I'm a little boring myself.....................................so the S10 for me! ::)
 

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Trevor/DCStrom's done the miles for more than 4 laps around the Earth at this point, even if he's only gotten halfway home to Perth Australia from Washington, DC. He has been reporting that the bike is running as good as new.

He's currently stopped for a month to help unload refugees as they step off the boats onto the Mediteranean island of Lesbos.
 

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ace50 said:
So the S10 was #1 for doing a trip around the world. It's reliable. Sounds a little boring, and I'll never do that.
All other performance categories were other bikes and most have chain drive.
I guess I'm a little boring myself.....................................so the S10 for me! ::)
If my Super T is boring, I'll eat a salad, I will... ??? ;) Actually, a wee fella scratchin a 260kg n more anvil about can be quite buttock clenching! :)
 

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Checkswrecks said:
Trevor/DCStrom's done the miles for more than 4 laps around the Earth at this point, even if he's only gotten halfway home to Perth Australia from Washington, DC. He has been reporting that the bike is running as good as new.

He's currently stopped for a month to help unload refugees as they step off the boats onto the Mediteranean island of Lesbos.
Whom is Trevor DCStroms may I ask?
 
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