Motorcycle Sport & Leisure

Heavy and thirsty: what did Alan expect?

So sorry to hear of Mikko’s accident – he was doing a good job with the mag. Good luck with the recovery.

Anyway, to my point: Alan Dowd’s report (May 2018) on the elephantine Tiger 1200. It’s 248kg

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