This is a brand new, unregistered 2020 Tigersport available now with a huge saving of £1155 off the list price of £10950! With the 1050cc Triple engine, riding modes, traction control, ABS, cruise control, adjustable screen and advanced onboard computer the Tigersport is a brilliantly comfortable sports tourer capable of those longer trips as well as scratching around the lanes at the weekend. Supplied with the 2 year manufacturers warranty, DataTag'd, taxed and ready to roll grab yourself a summer bargain!

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Bulldog Triumph

Reading Road, RG41 5AB

MCN overall review verdict: The Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport replaces the Tiger 1050, which was produced from 2007 to 2012. It’s smoother, more powerful and comfier for rider and pillion alike. It has a lower, narrower seat and the old projector headlights have been replaced with conventional items, with a broader beam. It’s fast, fun, practical, comes with ABS and has a commanding, upright riding position. It’s seen less of an adventure bike nowadays and more a funky-styled sports tourer. Major facelift for Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport in 2016 For 2016 Triumph gave the Tiger a new lease of life. The chassis remained pretty much as it was but they heavily revised the already torquey three-cylinder engine with a claimed 104 changes plus a new exhaust, airbox and fuel mapping. Peak torque and power only increased a fraction but the spread changed significantly; there’s 4% more torque at 5250rpm and a 4-6% increase in power between 5 and 7000rpm. The old bike was lacking spec and rider aids, but Triumph addressed this issue by adding traction control as standard, which was changeable via three modes: Rain, Road and Sport. Cruise control (and ABS) also came as standard; there was a new 12v power socket and a USB socket under the seat for charging your phone. An adjustable, tinted flip screen made its debut, though it’s manually rather than electronically adjustable. There were new clocks while handguards came factory-fitted, as did wind deflectors either side of the new screen. There were new graphics, a new seat with an embossed logo, and new, grippier pegs. Oh, and the clutch was a claimed 48% lighter. But what is the Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport for? In March 2013, Simon Warburton, Triumph’s Product Manager, told MCN: "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 people looking for an all-rounder without the off-road connotations. "The Tiger Sport is for people who are after an all-round bike they can use for work, holiday, take the missus out, or just go out for a ride to enjoy. You can ride in a sportier manner than you can on our other Tigers – I guess the Tiger Sport is for people caught between a Speed Triple and an Explorer. "The Tiger is here to stay for the foreseeable future. This has been quite a big update, with a lot of time, effort and money updating it to this level – it’s not something we’d do just to see a bike out for a couple of years – colours or graphics would do that. "The project started five years ago and stopped due to a lack of resources and started back up again three and a half years ago. "People struggle to see what category the bike is in, but that shouldn’t stop them from riding and enjoying it. People don’t always obey particular categories and I think this type of bike will satisfy a lot of people. "Some will say where’s the traction control, or ride-by-wire? In the fullness of time all bikes will have these things, but it wouldn’t make the Tiger Sport a better bike to ride and it would make it more expensive."

Running costs
Insurance group 14 of 17
Annual road tax £93
Annual service cost £340
Max power 123 bhp
Max torque 77 ft-lb
Top speed 135 mph
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 41 mpg
Tank range 180 miles
Quick specs
Engine size 1050cc
Frame type Cast ali beam frame and single-sided swingarm
Engine type 12v, inline three-cylinder
Fuel capacity 20 litres
Seat height 830mm
Bike weight 235kg

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