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2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer Standard on 2040-motos

US $15,699.00
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: BLUE
Location:

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, US

Camp Hill, PA, US
2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer  Standard , US $15,699.00, image 1

Triumph Tiger tech info

TypeType:Standard Stock NumberStock Number:TM8083 PhonePhone:8888232630

Triumph Tiger description

2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer, Tiger Explorer. All-new bike. All-new excitement. The ultimate choice for the long haul adventurer. Class-leading handling. The journey doesn t have to end when the Tarmac does. Brand new, 1215cc engine, with shaft drive of course. A Triumph to take on the world. Following 13 lucky competition winners on an adventure of a lifetime. The 'Seeking Explorers' prize draw winners from around the world were the first to take the awesome new Tiger Explorer on a real adventure tour. In association with renowned global tour operators, Edelweiss Bike Travel, the tour began in Malaga, Spain before taking the short ferry trip to experience the best Morocco had to offer.

Moto blog

Brits Abroad

Tue, 10 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0700

It's a rainy Tuesday evening and I'm trawling the information super highway for my parallel twin fix, when this little gem pops up. It's a teaser for a film called 'Brittown' featuring vintage Triumph motorcycle racer and mechanic Jeff "Meatball" Tulinius from the Hell On Wheels bike shop in Anaheim, CA. Enjoy

Triumph Speed - A City Tool

Thu, 29 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The Triple and I have covered 2500 miles now and most of that has been commuting through London. Last year I was riding Kawasaki’s ZX-6R and the constant gear changing, braking and acceleration was taking its toll. After 5000 miles the Kwak was feeling loose, rough and generally hard to ride smoothly.

What’s Old Is New Again – Video

Mon, 14 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

There’s something distinctly cool about old British motorcycles. From the wire wheels, the minimal bodywork, and the exposed engines which give off a thunderous bark, I’ve always loved looking at old Triumphs, BSAs and the like from the 60s.  I’ve never owned one though. The reason is simple: old British bikes are needy little maintenance machines notorious for the odd oil leak.