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Staff blog: Garage blues

Phil West, 26 November 2013 14:45

As you’ll all, no doubt, have noticed, winter has arrived. And as you’ll all equally no doubt know, winter is a time for garages. Though I’m planning to run the Tiger Sport through as much of this year’s cold and slime as possible, there’s no getting away from the fact that, for a fair proportion of this winter the Triumph ...

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Used buying guide: Triumph Tiger

Jon Urry, 01 May 2013 07:00

The Tiger is the unsung hero of the Hinckley triumph range. Where the iconic Speed Triple is the bike that captures the headlines, believe it or not the Tiger has been merrily going about its business in the background for twenty years, which makes it Triumph’s longest continuously running model. Where the Sprint and Daytona models have come and gone ...

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Simon Warburton on the Triumph Tiger Sport 1050

MCN, 15 March 2013 08:30

Simon Warburton, Triumph’s Product Manager “Even though the Tiger 1050 is the oldest bike in our range now, there are still people buying it, albeit not anywhere near the numbers it sold before, so we thought there’s still space for it. It is a little bit of a gamble and we could’ve discontinued it, but we thought they’d still be ...

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Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport first ride

Michael Neeves, 12 February 2013 10:35

We're riding the mountain roads near Barcelona on the new £9599 Tiger 1050 Sport, Triumph's adventure-styled sports tourer. It's an updated version of the Tiger 1050 that's been with us since 2007 and has another 10bhp, more torque, more stable steering geometry and better comfort. It has 120 new parts, including new swingarm, wheels, bars, seat and styling. With all the ...

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Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport unveiled

Liam Marsden, 10 January 2013 10:12

Triumph has unveiled its new Tiger Sport 1050, which was first spotted by MCN in March 2012, and again in a more finished form in November. Power is improved by 10bhp over the outgoing model (now up to 123bhp) and the bodywork has been redesigned. The bike also features a new swingarm, wheels and suspension. Prices for the Tiger Sport ...

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New Triumph Tiger Sport 1050 spied

Andy Downes, 02 March 2012 15:40

Triumph’s never-ending onslaught of new bikes shows no sign of slowing after a keen-eyed MCN reader scooped the new 2013 Triumph Tiger Sport 1050 parked while out testing. The spy shot shows a new version of the current 1050cc inline three-cylinder road-biased adventure bike which remains a popular and good value machine often favoured by those who ride every day. ...

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New Triumph Tiger Explorer revealed

Phil West, 24 October 2011 00:05

Triumph has just released the first official pictures of its hugely-anticipated all-new adventure bike – the ‘Tiger Explorer’. The newcomer has been expected for over a year. MCN published the first spy pictures of the bike in prototype form 12 months ago. But this is the first time the finished, production-ready machine has been shown. The c.1200cc, three-cylinder, shaft drive ...

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Triumph Tiger 1050 gets makeover

Andy Downes, 27 September 2011 09:55

Triumph has given the Tiger 1050 a host of changes for 2012 including upgraded suspension, a sportier riding position and new graphics. The changes cover the 1050 and 1050SE models with the changes helping to give the bike a fresh and sportier appearance; something Triumph is doing to distinguish the bike from the new 1200 Adventure bike the firm will ...

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