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New MCN February 20th: New Tiger Sport Rules the Road

In this week's MCN, out February 20th, we have a world-exclusive first test of the new Triumph Tiger Sport We have a free pull-out guide to the 2013 World Superbike Championship, which kicks off this weekend. Also this week: Triumph's new Daytona 675 tested against the old model, Norton's new street scrambler, and used CBR600s from only £2k. In sport: All the latest from...

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Oct 10

Posts: 189

zoobaz says:


I thought what MCN were trying to say was that the new Tiger is aimed at real road riding - ie it's a practical ROAD bike that's suited to british roads.

yep MCN rated the beemers over the new Trophy in the group test a few weeks ago - only just though. I'd still take the Triumph because it won't break down and the fact it's a bit less sporty than the beemer wouldn't bother me.

re the 675 Tiger / Trophy question - I wouldn't be surprised if Triumph produce this, judging by the amount of new models coming out of Hinkley recently - I'd buy one if I had the cash.



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Oct 11

Posts: 2635

Piglet2010 says:

1350cc six?

That sounds pretty boring. Triumph should build a bike with a supercharged 600cc V-12 that revs to 25,000 rpm.

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