Portfolio Tag: ORE Project Bike

2014 Triumph Explorer 1200

Big bore multicylinder monsters isn’t everybody's cup of joe but if your like chewing up the miles most of the time you may as well armour up for those unexpected hardcore challenges. [row] [span2] [custom_list] Headlight Protector Triumph Handguards Engine Sump Guard Engine Protection Bars Tank Protector Arrow Pipe Triumph Panniers, Mounting Kit and Top Box…
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2013 Husqvarna TR650

Is the new Husqvarna TR650 the best of the low budget single cylinder 650cc adventure bikes? We think it's better than that! We've been screaming out for a fuel injected entry level adventure bike for some time. Sure, the DR650 and KLR650 are solid bikes and super reliable but compared the technology of todays bikes…
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2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC

The Triumph Tiger was a pleasant surprise and when the time finally came we didn't want to part with it. It has to be on everybodies bucket list to have in the garage one day. [row] [span2] [custom_list] Triumph Bash Plate Arrow Pipe Triumph Crash Bars Pivot Pegz MarkIII with Toppers Strike Genius GPS Heated…
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2011 BMW F800 GS

Our BMW F800GS proved it’s worth as a conqueror of outback obstacles. Here’s the bling we fitted to make our F800GS unstoppable on the BMW Safari. [row] [span2] [custom_list] BMW Tank Bag Engine Protection Bars BMW Handguards BMW Lexan Headlight Protector BMW Low Seat Soft Luggage System Rear Shock Bracket AltRider Side Stand Foot Touratech…
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2010 Yamaha WR250R

Is there Tenere DNA in the WR’s veins? We got the idea of the Yamaha WR250R transforming into a mini adventurer in the last issue. Could this be dual sports best all rounder? [row] [span2] [custom_list] Wolfman Racks GYTR Gearing Pivot Pegz Mitas Tyres B&B Off Road Radiator Guard B&B Rear Plate Hanger Custom Adventure…
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2010 Husqvarna TE610

The Husqvarna TE610 is the latest big bore dual sport bike from the Italian brand. When you're looking for an adventure bike that will go hard then Husky TE610 is close to the top of the list. It's smoother than you expect and will take on tricky conditions where other bikes will simply beach themselves.…
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