The engine in the new Triumph Tiger Sport has 104 revisions to make it Euro compliant, and also improve power and torque outputs. Our test rider Adam Child is currently riding the new model, which will be arriving in the UK next week.
In the meantime we've sound some older Tigers up for sale at MCN Bike for Sale.
A big, bruising road trail motorcycle powered by Hinckley’s distinctive triple. The Triumph Tiger 955i is a decent bike for taller riders, but don't expect much in the way of off-road ability.
With the Tiger 1050, the Hinckley firm decided to put cross-country aptitudes to one side and in the process created a much better road bike. The 1050 is comfy, handles well and has a peach of a motor.
The XC is the bigger, burlier brother of Triumph’s two small Tigers. With a 21-inch front wheel, longer travel suspension and wire wheels it's much better equipped to tackle the rough stuff. The engine is brilliant on the road.
Triumph has built a bike with more power, better handling, more agility and arguably better styling than the BMW R1200GS. It weighs in on the heavier side and never feels quite as exciting and as pure as the relatively lightweight GS, but in every other way it has the BMW knocked.