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2013 Triumph Tiger 800 Standard on 2040-motos

US $10,999.00
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: BLUE
Location:

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, US

Camp Hill, PA, US
2013 Triumph Tiger 800  Standard , US $10,999.00, image 1

Triumph Tiger tech info

TypeType:Standard Stock NumberStock Number:TM0105 PhonePhone:8888232630

Triumph Tiger description

2013 Triumph Tiger 800, Rugged, practical and great fun. Tiger 800. Long awaited, ready to appeal. At home in the city. Loves the open road. Ultra maneuverable. Classic Triumph style. Load up with luggage and watch it go. Built for the journey. Built for your lifestyle. Tiger 800. Your bike, your way.

Moto blog

2015 Triumph 250 Preview

Mon, 18 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

With all the new motorcycles Triumph presented earlier this month at the 2013 EICMA show in Milan, Italy, we were hoping to see the company’s new 250cc models. Unfortunately, the new small-displacement Triumph models (which made our list of Top 10 Motorcycles to Watch For at EICMA) were not yet ready to be revealed, though Triumph did offer us a glimpse of what to expect, with a sketch of its 250 sportbike. At Milan, the company referred to the sportbike as “Triumph’s New 250″, though it will get a proper name when it’s officially, presented as a 2015 model, likely at next year’s EICMA show or at Intermot in Cologne, Germany.

2013 Triumph Trophy Recalled for Incorrect Tire Label

Mon, 24 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800

The 2013 Triumph Trophy is being recalled because a NHTSA label listing the sport-tourer’s tire data has the wrong information. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the tire label on some Triumph Trophy models list erroneous tire and laden weight information. The labels are mandated by NHTSA and can be found affixed to the left side of the main frame headstock on the Trophy.

US Motorcycle Sales First Half 2011 Results

Thu, 28 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

The U.S. motorcycle industry saw a 4.6% decrease in year-on-year sales over the first six months of 2011, thanks mostly to a 17.3% drop in ATV sales. Motorcycle and scooter sales however saw a 1.7% bump in the first half .