2014 Triumph Tiger (2014)
European Cycle Sports | 900 K Avenue Plano, TX 75074 | 1-800-370-0774 | www.europeancyclesports.com 2014 Triumph Tiger 800 XC - Close-out save - 2 available Vehicle Specs General Year: 2014 Manufacturer: Triumph Model Name: Tiger Trim Name: 800 XC Generic Type (Primary): Dual Sport Engine Engine Type: Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line three-cylinder Displacement: 799cc Bore: 74.0 mm Stroke: 61.9 mm Fuel System: Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection Exhaust: Stainless steel 3 into 1, high level stainless steel silencer Final Drive: O-Ring-Chain Clutch: Wet, multi-plate Gears: 6-speed Oil capacity: 1.0US Gallon Chassis Frame Type: Tubular steel trellis frame Swingarm: Twin-sided, cast aluminium alloy Instrumentation: LCD multi-functional instrument pack with digital speedometer, trip computer, analogue tachometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, service indicator, switchable ABS and clock. Wheels & Tires Front Wheel: 36-spoke 21 x 2.5in, aluminium rim Rear Wheel: 32-spoke 17 x 4.25in, aluminium rim Front Tire: 90/90 21 Rear Tire: 150/70 R17 Suspension Front Suspension: Showa 45mm upside down forks, 220mm travel Rear Suspension: Showa monoshock with remote oil reservoir, hydraulically adjustable preload, rebound damping adjustment, 215mm rear wheel travel Brakes Front braking system: Twin 308mm floating discs, Nissin 2-piston floating calipers, Switchable ABS Rear braking system: Single 255mm disc, Nissin single piston floating caliper, Switchable ABS Dimensions Length: 2215mm Width: 865mm Height: 1390mm Seat Height: 845-865mm Wheelbase: 1545mm Rake/trail: 24.3º/95.3mm Fuel Capacity: 5.0 us gallon Curb Weight: 215 kilo Dry Weight: 190 kilo Performance Engine Power: 95PS @ 9300 rpm Engine Torque, Maximum: 79NM @ 7850 rpm Fuel Economy: Combined City/Hwy: Urban 49.6mpg, 56MPH/90KPH - 75.3mpg, 75mph/120kph - 61.9us mpg View More Details View More Details European Cycle Sports 900 K Avenue Plano, TX 75074 | 1-800-370-0774 | www.europeancyclesports.com View Our New Inventory View Our Pre-owned Inventory2016-06-20 04:56:48Plano, Texas, United States710,001.00
2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer (2013)
2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer, NORTH DALLAS SPECIAL. $3000 IN AFTERMARKET ACCESSORIES FOR -50% OFF.Tiger Explorer. All-new bike.2013-12-20 23:18:22Plano, TX717,199.00
2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer - Graphite (2013)
2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer - Graphite, $1000FREE ACCESORIES&4.75% /COST LESS AND OUT RUNS ANY OTHER EURO DUAL SPORT BIKE! - Tiger Explorer. All-new bike.2013-12-16 22:37:18Plano, TX715,699.00
2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer Standard (2013)
2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer, FREE $1000 ACCESORIES + 4.75%Tiger Explorer. All-new bike. All-new excitement.The ultimate choice for the long haul adventurer.2013-10-16 10:38:05Plano, TX, US715,699.00
2007 Triumph Tiger 1050 Dual Sport (2007)
2007 Triumph Tiger 1050, JUST COMPLETELY SERVICED&TIRE/READY TO ROLL! - THIS 1 OWNER BIKE IS NOW AVAILABLE TO A GOOD HOME. WERE NOT JOKING.THE OWNER UNFORTUNATLEY HAD TO GIVE HIS BABY UP DUE TO A MEDICAL CONDITION.2013-10-01 21:18:19Plano, TX, US245,995.00
2007 Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport Touring (2007)
2007 Triumph Tiger 1050, See what other riders say - Finally Got It Right - Awesome - All around great motorcycle!JUST SERVICED&TIRE/READY TO ROLL!THIS 1 OWNER BIKE IS NOW AVAILABLE TO A GOOD HOME. WE'RE NOT JOKING.THE OWNER UNFORTUNATLEY HAD TO GIVE HIS BABY UP DUE TO A MEDICAL CONDITION. HE LOVINGLY TOOK GREAT PRIDE AND CARE IN HER.SHE HAS A FEW OPTIONS AND JUST HAD A TIRE,24K SERVICE,CHAIN AND FORK SERVICE.2013-09-28 04:24:51Plano, TX, US245,995.00
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Big Tiger: Triumph has officially unveiled the new Tiger 1200Tue, 07 Dec 2021
The new Tiger is presented in two models at once: the Tiger 1200 GT, focused on long-distance driving on roads of any quality, and the Tiger 1200 Rally with bright distinct off-road abilities, but each model also has different versions - three for the GT and two for the Rally: Tiger 1200 GT Tiger 1200 GT Pro Tiger 1200 GT Explorer Tiger 1200 Rally Pro Tiger 1200 Rally Explorer
Triumph TE-1: a breakthrough in the world of electric bikes or just another fairy tale?Sat, 20 Mar 2021
According to Triumph engineers, the fully ready-to-use TE-1 electric bike will weigh 220 kg, while it will be equipped with a 174 hp electric motor, and a 15 kWh batt ery will provide a cruising range of about 200 km. But the most important thing is not even these figures, but the charging speed: from 0 to 80% in just 20 minutes! This can already make even the most inveterate petrolheads turn their attention to "electric fellows".
Triumph introduced a new model - Trekker GTTue, 23 Jun 2020
And it's not even a motorcycle. A two-wheeled novelty from Hinckley is an electric bicycle with a range of 145 km. The new two-wheeled Triumph is visually as close as possible to a classic road bike, all electrical equipment - a battery, an electric motor, wiring - is carefully hidden from strangers' eyes in an aluminum frame.
The new Triumph Daytona 765 sportbike is hereSat, 02 Feb 2019
The sportbike is powered by a 765cc three-cylinder engine that first debuted on the naked Street Triple and then became the standard for the Moto2 racing class. The equipment will include an Öhlins NIX30 inverted fork and a rear TTX monoshock, Brembo Stylema braking system, TFT instrument panel, tilting ABS and a drive mode select system.
Triumph introduced a new urban hooliganMon, 05 Feb 2018
Naked Speed Triple got an update! The super-charismatic Speed Triple first appeared in 1994 and was essentially a Daytona 900 sportbike without a fairing. The new device is presented in the S and RS versions, carries the former 1050 index, but can do something more than its predecessor.
New addition to the cat familyTue, 02 Feb 2016
Triumph has unveiled a new product called the Tiger Sport. The motorcycle received an inline 1050cc “triple”, installed on the latest generation of Speed Triple, an electronic “throttle”, a multi-level traction control, cruise control, ABS and a slipper clutch. There is no full specification yet, but it is known that the motorcycle will be produced in two color options: silver and black.
Triumph Tiger got itself in the Red BookThu, 19 Feb 2015
Triumph has released a stuffed limited-edition Tiger Explorer XC that will be tested by Globebusters in England. 50 units of equipment will go on free sale. The motorcycle will be painted in matte black or red, it will also receive a high windshield, protection of optics, radiators, crankcase and protective arcs.
Triumph is recalling motorcycles due to problems with electronicsFri, 07 Nov 2014
America, Bonneville, Bonneville T100, Rocket III Roadster, Rocket III Touring, Scrambler, Speedmaster, Thruxton, Thunderbird, Thunderbird Storm, Tiger 800 and Tiger 800XC will be recalled by the British company. According to the manufacturer, the engine control unit of some motorcycles may malfunction, due to which one of the fuel injectors will inject additional fuel into the engine cylinder. As a result, the engine will either not start or stall during operation due to excessive re-enrichment of the combustible mixture.
Triumph Reveals Thruxton Ace Café Special Edition for US Market – VideoMon, 13 Oct 2014
This past weekend at the Barber Vintage Festival, Triumph took the wraps off a special edition Thruxton that was created with the famed Ace Café London. Harkening back to one of the lynchpins of the British café racer movement of the 1960s, the Thruxton Ace Café Special Edition molds the profile of the classic Triumph racer of the era to the thoroughly modern Thruxton. The Triumph Thruxton Ace Café Special Edition at the Barber Vintage Festival.
Major Updates Coming for 2015 Triumph Tiger 800Thu, 09 Oct 2014
Triumph is set to reveal some new updates to its Tiger 800 including a number of different versions making it either more highway or more off-road oriented. The both the Tiger 800XC and the less adventure-worthy Tiger 800 will see two new variants, with the Tiger 800 likely being rebranded as the Tiger 800XR. A newly-published executive order from the California Air Resources Board reveals the names for four new Tiger 800 variants known as the XCA (likely standing for XC Adventure), XCX, XRT (or XR Touring) and XRX.