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Tiger 800 U.S. Debut at Long Beach IMS

Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Triumph Tiger 800
The all new Triumph 800 (above) and 800XC (below) will begin rolling out of U.S. dealerships in April of 2011.
Triumph Tiger 800XC
The all new Tigers have been released into the wild! The eagerly awaited Tiger 800 and Tiger 800XC represent Triumph's first entries into the mid-capacity adventure touring section.

Powered by a 94bph long-stoke, 799cc three-cylinder engine, these machines are ready to leave their tracks on whatever terrain you encounter. Both are available in Phantom Black or Crystal White. The two models also share the same tough steel frame, Nissin brakes, and adjustable handlebars and seat height.

But, don't be fooled: each one has their own very distinct character.

Tiger 800 – For the road, for the journey
 
• Cast aluminum alloy 10-spoke wheels
(19" front/17" rear)
• Lower adjustable seat height (31.9" – 32.7")
• Also available in Venom Yellow
• MSRP: $9,999 / ABS - $10,799

Tiger 800XC – Genuine off-road capability
 
• 36-spoke aluminium rim wheels
(21" front/17" rear)
• Increased suspension travel
• Higher adjustable seat height (32.2" – 34")
• Also available in Intense Orange
• MSRP: $10,999 / ABS - $11,799

The Tigers will start rolling into North American dealerships in April 2011. However, your first chance to see these wild new machines will be at the public unveiling at the Long Beach IMS Show (12/17-12/19: Long Beach, CA). This will be the first time anyone in the country will see the Tigers - It's going to be an adventure!

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Comments
jws -Looking forward to it!  December 8, 2010 12:00 PM
Does this mean that Triumph will actually be at the bike show this year or just the new Tigers? There are always a couple of dealers that show up with a few bikes but Triumph has not represented themselves at the IMS in years.
Morvegil -Yes  November 22, 2010 08:32 AM
Very competitive! I like Triumph is going in this direction.
MotoGP -New Tiger  November 16, 2010 05:04 PM
They priced it right. Good job Trumph.