29/01/2014

Triumph Tiger 800XC vs. The Dunes

Triumph North America and Icon Motosports took a pair of Tiger 800XC's to the Oregon Dunes to put them through their paces for the filming of last year's hit, The Raiden Files: Portland to Dakar. No environment could be harsher on a motorcycle and more demanding on a rider's skill set. Check out this re-edit to see how it went down. Watch Now.

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