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After riding with the Triumph Integrated Panniers for a while I realized that I would like more room for storage, specifically for a helmet. I’m installing the Triumph luggage rack so that I can eventually install a top case. If you would like to see how to install this part, check out this video.
I finally decided to take the Triumph out to my favorite riding spot to test it out. I don’t really talk a lot in this video so it’s more of a ride along style to see the sights. Tortilla Flat was super busy this time, so I wasn’t able to get a lot of video up close. Let me know if you like this style of video. I can do a follow-up later if you like this place and want to see more.
I finally finished testing the 690mm tall windscreen from Powerbronze. Does this work better than the stock Triumph screen? Check out the video to see what I found out.
I’m starting my preparations for winter riding by installing a set of Triumph heated grips on the Tiger Sport 660. This install is very easy on this bike since the handlebar risers provide plenty of clearance to run wires through the bottom of the bars. No need to remove the tank cover (like on the Triumph Trident) since the side panel opens for easy access to the wiring harness. No dealer visit is required to activate the grips in the computer.
I’m testing another windscreen solution on the Tiger Sport 660. I’m still trying to find a solution that will cut down on some of the helmet noise during motovlogs. Will the middle height “flip” screen work better than the short one or the stock Triumph windshield?
2022 Triumph 660 Sport