Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Flappy613 last won the day on January 5 2017

Flappy613 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

175 Excellent

About Flappy613

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Contact Methods

  • MSN
  • Yahoo

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  • Interests
    The usual......Girls, Guns, Cars and Bikes I suppose. Seeing whatever's on the other side of those hills over there.

Recent Profile Visitors

1,103 profile views
    • 3 images
    • 1 mod
    I can't speak as to comparisons with other XC's but for me the c model just made sense with the WP suspension and special mappings. This thing rails out of the box in a very surprising manner for such a large bike on such silly rubber. Really the only bad point of the bike outside of some of the plastic stuff doesn't impress close up but there are aftermarket alternatives .<br />I've ridden it 300 miles of 70/30 and so far in that hundred miles of off road I felt darned near as in control as I do on my YZ or XR over the same ride excepting slick clay mud from log trucks and grass.which made kitty want to either roll or take a nap due to the tires. Other than that it is as competent over loose terrain as it is tarmac and it represents a serious attempt by Triumph to upgrade an already successful ADV bike to something better.<br/>UPDATE: 09/27/16..... Still feel this is a great effort on Triumph's part. I'm over 16,000 now and can't see that any other bike in it's class would fit me as well. Just needed a couple hundred bucks in aluminum protective and adaptive stuff and a couple of good tires. Been to 4 states so far and looking to add Canada and Mexico soon.
    Vehicle owned by