Triumph advances adventure capabilities with new Tiger 900

DESIGNED to set a new category benchmark for maximum adventure in every ride, Triumph’s new Tiger 900 has been completely transformed, with a new, more responsive, higher capacity 900cc triple engine.

An incredible standard of specification, new state-of-the-art ride-enhancing technology, and an aggressive new style and attitude make the 2020 edition something to behold.

On top of that, the new 900 range is now significantly lighter than previous Tiger models, making these the most capable, agile and dynamic middleweight adventure bikes available.

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Five models will make up the next generation Tiger range, including the Tiger 900 Rally and Rally Pro, for maximum off-road adventure, and road focused capability and comfort, and the Tiger 900 GT and GT Pro, aimed at urban adventure and long distance travel.

It’s rounded out by the road-focused Tiger 900, with the entire range now packing 10 per cent more torque than the Tiger 800 model, peaking at 87Nm, with more power across the entire rev range.

A new unique 1,3,2 firing order provides greater character and feel, delivering category-leading acceleration on a bike that’s lighter than ever, thanks to a lightweight modular frame with bolt-on rear sub-frame and pillion hangers.

Tailored high specification suspension has been tuned for maximum road and off-road capability, with Brembo Stylema monobloc brakes, a larger 20-litre fuel and state-of-the-art ride-enhancing technology completing the package.

The GT and GT Pro, Rally and Rally Pro, all score a new 7- TFT instrument display, while the GT Pro and Rally Pro also get the My Triumph connectivity system. Six ride modes feature across the range, including Rain, Road, Sport, Rider, Off Road and Off Road Pro.

New optimised cornering ABS and optimised cornering traction control, which is controlled by an inertial measurement unit is fitted to the GT and GT Pro, Rally and Rally Pro too while the two Pro models get Triumph shift assist as well.

Every model comes with new all-LED lighting, with daytime running lights, secure mobile phone storage with USB charging, and a more dominant adventure-focused stance. There’s even a new colour range.

The Rally and Rally Pro will be available in Matt Khaki, Sapphire Black and Pure White, all featuring contemporary new decals and a distinctive white frame, inspired by the ‘Tiger Tramontana’ rally bike.

For the GT and GT Pro, it’s Korosi Red, Sapphire Black and Pure White, all featuring premium tank badges and contemporary new decals. The standard Tiger 900 will be available in Pure White.

Australian pricing and final specifications will be available closer to the local launch of the 2020 Triumph Tiger 900 range.

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