What you did to your Tenere today??!!

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"I" wouldn't put anything that high on the bars, and "I" would end up kick the crap out of version 1. But, I'm a CamelBak fan. (or generic version of) Does your paint have a matte finish. And. . . . what on earth is that red/white magic mushroom lookin' thing?
 

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Well, I would assume it was a puncture.
I would install a tubeless plug, inflate with my portable air pump and ride very cautiously to a motorcycle tyre shop and buy a new tyre.
Just sayin.
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Hmmm...they sure look like Pirellii Angel GTs. Well, good luck with these, as I just wore a set off in only 17,000 km, you do the math....17,000 X .625 = miles.
I was expecting a lot more kms than that.
So, here I am on my third set of rubbers, I reverted to the OEM tyres, the Bridgestone Battlewing tyres.
Look out gravel cause here I come...yeehaw!!
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Hmmm...they sure look like Pirellii Angel GTs. Well, good luck with these, as I just wore a set off in only 17,000 km . . . .
I was running them on the FJR. Excellent, sticky tire. But, you're correct. They are short lived. Your mileage is actually good for them.
 

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I recently considered trading up to an FJR.
I don't think it's the bike for me. I have sat on the FJR several times and it just doesn't seem quite right for me.
Although I'd like the extra performance, the Tenere satisfies my needs. FJR = goodbye gravel, Tenere is the Swiss army knife, best at nothing, capable of everything.
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