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Andy Downes  says:

New Triumph Tiger Sport 1050 spied

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. The bike...

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Aug 08

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Paulvt1 says:

Anybody heard anything more about this?

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Aug 09

Posts: 66

crawsue says:

No brainer.

With Trumpet binning the wrong Sprint (ST instead of GT) then a sports version of the 1050 Tiger,without the high level exhaust, but with the full on Speed Triple lump and fully road biased USD suspension...this has got to be a winner. Everybody is piling into this market...jeeez, even BMW are upping the anti with a water cooled GS. The Multistrada remains the weapon of choice (check out their sales) but a 136BHP Tiger at around £10k undercuts it by over £4k....what's not to like? But there has been no further word or sightings,so with the lump nearing the end of it's Euro regulation life,perhaps it was just a factory lash-up?

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