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Phil West  says:

2011 Triumph Tiger 800 and 800 XC gallery

Finally, the last bits of the cat are out of the bag. After months of leaks, spy shots, and glimpses, the complete new Triumph Tiger 800 can now be fully revealed. This is the full set of official factory pictures of the new British adventure bike. They show not only both the 800 and off-road XC versions, but all the colour...

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SPRINTMAN52

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SPRINTMAN52 says:

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I don't understand your logic,if you want a sports bike buy a Daytona.The TIGER is classed as an adventure type bike.

It is my understanding that the TIGER road bike is not more road orentated  because their will hopefully be an ST,also a SPORTS.These will be probably be more what you are looking for.

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clarkson2197fsworldcouk

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800XC £7.5k ?

i WILL get a XC but triumph have missed a trick not giving it shaft drive as this would have been a big step forward.

@ £7.5k is very optamistic ? it will be more like £9K with all the extas requird for dedicated touring (i/e paniers and big screen and heated grips sat nav bash plates tank bag etc) over 12k a season and i hope the services are a sensible 6k minimum not the ripp off 3 or 4k (why on earth cant a modern bike go 9k between services is beyond me? when some high performance cars can do 30k between services and even turbo charged deisel lorrys can now go over 90k between oil changes the  technology is available)

It will sell very well indeed and once triumph get there usual new model niggles and problems ironed out after the first year (ive had 4 new triumphs) it looks set to be a cracker i am realy looking forward to riding one.

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