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MCN overall review verdict: It’s good to know that, even in the digital age of riding modes and electronic engine management, making a significant change to a bike sometimes involves reshaping big, heavy bits of steel in the pursuit of progress. But it’s typical too, that despite all of the know-how that’s gone into the new Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro – the huge pile of swarf, the work of extreme heat, force and giant milling machines operating with microscopic accuracy – the thing you notice first is the white paint on the tubular trellis frame. It looks fantastic. Related: History of the Triumph Tiger Related: Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro review Related: How to ride a motorbike off-road The Tiger 900 is all-new, from the front wheel to the back, and from the screen (in any of its five, easy to adjust positions) downward. The old 800 was a great bike, but the development team started with a blank sheet. Twin radiators allow the engine to be moved forward, and a smaller sump allows the crankshaft to be lower in the frame. So, you get more ground clearance, but a lower centre of gravity and the weight bias moves forward slightly. All of this results in greater low speed agility, better high-speed stability and no loss of ground clearance. It was a misty morning Marrakech, but we're on the launch of the new @UKTriumph Tiger 900GT. Tomorrow we will ride the Rally model, too. Keep an eye out for the full reviews very soon, but why not refresh your memory on the bikes here: https://t.co/c49w9kT0V2 pic.twitter.com/rFtuROvaUD — Motor Cycle News (@MCNnews) February 7, 2020 In developing a new bike from scratch there was a risk Triumph could screw it up. They haven’t. The biggest compliment I can pay the new bike is to say it feels like a better version of the old one. The mid-capacity adventure sector is crowded, but this is probably the best bike of the bunch. Triumph expect to sell dramatically more of the Rally and Rally Pro than the GT – but ultimately the choice between GT or Rally, base models or Pro versions, will more likely be made by budget, intended purpose and inside leg.
|Annual road tax||£93|
|Annual service cost||-|
|Max power||93.9 bhp|
|Max torque||64 ft-lb|
|Average fuel consumption||-|
|Frame type||Tubular steel frame|
|Engine type||12-valve DOHC triple|
|Fuel capacity||20 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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