Tiger 1200


Tiger, there is something about tigers!
Tigers can tolerate, handle and conquer any situation. They are on the emotional side but they are very passionate about everything they bring in. They are confident and strong which makes them so special. Well, I am not here to talk about tigers, on tigers but not the animal. It is the all-new Triumph Tiger 1200.

Tiger 1200 GT Pro
Triumph Motorcycles was first established in 1902, Triumph Motorcycles celebrated 119 years of motorcycle manufacture in 2021 and for more than three decades, Triumph Motorcycles has been based in Hinckley, Leicestershire, and has produced iconic bikes that perfectly blend authentic design, character, charisma, and performance.
Tiger 1200, as the name suggests is one of the major projects that triumph motorcycles were working on. It is the most capable adventure bike made by Triumph and it has the best of both worlds.

Each Tiger 1200 model is now more tailored and focused to suit the adventures that different riders
want. 1200 is now significantly much lighter and powerful with class-leading handling.

Above all this, it is more agile and is here to deliver the best performance on the road and the best experience off the road.
Since it is a road focussed adventure motorcycle, the Triumph Tiger 1200
family comes with two major line up, The Tiger 1200 GT & Rally.
o Tiger 1200 GT (20 litre tank)
o Tiger 1200 GT Pro (20 litre tank)
o Tiger 1200 GT Explorer (30 litre tank)
(They are offered with 19” front and 18” rear cast aluminum wheels)
o Tiger 1200 Rally Pro (20 litre tank)
o Tiger 1200 Rally Explorer (30 litre tank)
( They are offered with 21” front and 18” rear tubeless spoked wheels)

The 1200 family is significantly lighter than the previous generation and the
lightweight chassis and class-leading specifications make them even
more comfortable for riding and set a new benchmark in the world of
adventure motorcycles.

Tiger 1200

It is now more compact and the ergonomics are
designed keeping in mind the road conditions and providing a more
comfortable at the same time stable ride. With its adjustable seat height,
you can go even further lower with the accessory kit available with the

Triumph’s new 1160cc triple engine is here to create a difference and with
150PS of power at 9,000rpm and more torque with 130Nm at 7,000rpm, it
makes a class-leading approach and better than its competitors.
9PS more than the previous generation, and 14PS more than the closest
shaft drive competition it has improved acceleration and engaging mid-range and top range.

Also adding to the list it has a new lightweight low maintenance shaft drive.
Triumph has tied up knots with Continental and introduced a blind spot
radar system and with its 7″ TFT display, it gets up to 6 riding modes,
steering lock, and the GT explorer and rally explorer get TPMS, heated
seats, and grips as standard. There is adaptive cruise control, steering
lock, LED lighting with DRL, Hill Hold & cornering lights which are
unfortunately not available on the GT variant.
The list goes on and it can be modified according to what customers want
and there are 50+ genuine triumph accessories that customers can choose
for capability, comfort, style, technology, and protection.

There is a luggage system developed in partnership with givi, panniers, softbox, top box, engine protection kit, seat heating, and height options and, a Triumph Sena headset featuring a new Harman Kardon sound system.
Triumph gives you freedom of three years unlimited mileage warranty,
with the option to extend High service intervals: 10,000 miles (16,000 km) /
12 months.

Tiger 1200

The color options available on
1. Tiger 1200 Rally Pro and Rally Explorer:

– Snowdonia White
– Sapphire Black
– Matt Khaki

2. Tiger 1200 GT Pro and GT Explorer

– Snowdonia White
– Sapphire Black
– Lucerne Blue

Tiger 1200 GT

– Snowdonia White


Tiger 1200 GT Pro
Triumph motorcycles, I think with the launch of 1200, triumph has set a new name in the competitive world considering the feature list that it offers and each model family has been designed with a more focused look                                                                                                     and the GT family delivers an even more road-biased style, whilst the Rally family
brings even more off-road attitude and stance, courtesy of the new 21’’
front wheel set-up. The new generation also features a much slimmer
waist and more compact design with a narrower standover, which not only
makes it easier to get your feet on the floor but also makes it easier to
move around while riding. Overall it is a great package!

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