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Triumph Adventure 1200: Triumph's big adventure

With the new Triumph Tiger 800 and Triumph Adventure 1200 set to be released soon, we thought we'd take a look at how Triumph got serious about the dual sports sector. Triumph Tiger 900 1993-2000 Engine: 885ccPower: 82bhpTorque: 60ftlbWeight: 209kg BMW R1100GS 1993-1999 Engine: 1085ccPower: 80bhpTorque: 72ftlbWeight: 243kg Triumph Tiger 955i 2001-2006 Engine: 955ccPower: 104bhpTorque: 68ftlbWeight: 215kg BMW R1150GS 1999-2005 Engine: 1130ccPower: 85bhpTorque: 75ftlbWeight: 229kg Triumph Tiger 1050 2007-current Engine: 1050ccPower: 113bhpTorque:...

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Sep 10

Posts: 7

ruta40ar says:

First a YAMAHA with an 19´front wheel and 260kg named SUPERTENEREE and now a TIGER with the same confuse concept. Good bikes but they are not trail bike....not for adventure life, only for citi..

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Mar 06

Posts: 253

stu_sp2 says:


Hello mate, can you define "adventure" ???

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Aug 02

Posts: 239

Biker4751 says:

I'd like one

Particularly if it is comfortable on the highway like the R1200GS but doesn't cost as much.  John Bloor is one very smart businessman.  There's got to be a way to make a GS competitor that doesn't cost $18,000.  Sorry Yamaha, but you missed the target.  It should cost less, not more than a GS. 

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Aug 02

Posts: 20

lany says:

It hits the spot

I think the Tiger 800 will make a great 1 up adventure tourer, provided it has a decent tank range, which is the main let down of the GS800. Ideal for touring out of the way places on small roads where pot holes and dirt/gravel capability gets you to the more interesting places. Their are plenty of these sort of places even within Europe. 

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Mr Triumph


Jan 03

Posts: 1

Mr Triumph says:

Can't wait

If the new Tigers are anything like as great to own and ride as a Tiger 955i that I once owned and did many miles on, they will be winners. Whilst it's Japanese rivals are struggling to come up with only one or two properly new models this year, Triumph are pushing forward with a raft of new models. Who says the British motoring industry is dead? A British brand and product to be proud of. I buy the flag and ride the flag...

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