Anytime and anywhere, the Triumph Tiger 800 XC is always ready for adventure. The bike features a bullet proof built quality a razor sharp design and top notch ergonomics. Talking about ergonomics, the bike features a comfortable two-piece adjustable seat, hand guards and a built in immobilizer.
For increased practicality the bike features a high capacity generator designed to allow the fitment of multiple electrical accessories. The Triumph Tiger 800 XC also comes with standard tapered aluminum bars and lightweight cast wheels (19” front and 17” rear). Moreover, a well appointed rear rack doubles up as a passenger grab rail.
The Triumph Tiger 800 XC is powered by a liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line three-cylinder, with a capacity of 799cc and a maximum power of 95 hp achieved at 9000 rpm. The engine is paired with a six speed transmission and delivers a fuel consumption of 41 mpg in the city and 63 mpg on the highway.
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Triumph revealed the 2013 version of the Rocket III Roadster model. The bike is powered by a 2.294 cc water cooled engine which delivers 146 hp at 4750 rpm and 163 lbs of torque. The engine is mounted on a high quality chassis which includes a 43 mm upside down fork, twin rear shock absorbers and standard anti lock brakes.
The 2013 Triumph Rocket III Roadster sports a classic design and is available in black finish. The aggressive design of the bike is enhanced by the twin headlights, the low slung stature and the elongated pipes. The Triumph Rocket III Roadster also features a comprehensive instrumentation package, delivered neatly in the classic twin clock design.
The company says that its 2013 Triumph Rocket III Roadster offers an average fuel consumption of 29 MPG city and 45 MPG highway. The bike’s price tag is set at $14.999.
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The new 2013 Triumph Boneville moves the Boneville heritage further, continuing a successful story that began 50 years ago in the 1960s. The modern Bonneville offers a perfect mix between the classic lines of its ancestors and a series of modern technologies designed to increase the bike’s performances and safety.
The 2013 Bonneville family includes two versions. The first features a late Seventies look (the Bonneville and Bonneville SE), while the second puts more accent on the pure 1960s style (the T100). All models are powered by the same 865cc fuel-injected parallel-twin unit that cranks out 67bhp @ 7500rpm and 68Nm of torque at 5800rpm. The fuel consumption is rated at 43 MPG city and 57 MPG highway.
The 2013 Triumph Bonneville SE sits on light, 17” five-spoke alloy wheels wrapped in front 110/70 R17 and rear 130/80 R17 tires.
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The Triumph Speedmaster is one of the classiest bikes in Triumph’s lineup. Featuring a mean-looking design and a strong powerplant, the Speedmaster is ready to reward you with a rush of adrenaline every time you jump on the saddle.
The aggressive design of the bike is underlined by its low slung profile, slash cut pipes, short guards, black engine cases and cast wheels. To offer an even better riding position, the 2013 model received a 690mm seat height, while the handlebar is wider, higher and more pulled back than the previous model, offering a totally different riding experience.
The 2013 Triumph Speedmaster is powered by Triumph’s distinctive parallel-twin, air-cooled, DOHC, 865cc engine which cranks out a maximum power of 60 bhp @ 6800rpm and 72Nm of torque @ 3300rpm.
The 2013 Triumph Speedmaster is offered with a starting price of $8299.
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The 2013 Thunderbird Storm is a stripped down version of the base Thunderbird model. The new bike is available with a black paint job and features a more distinctive look and also more power than its cousin.
The unique style of the Triumph Thunderbird Storm is underlined by its tasty exhaust pipes and the twin headlights borrowed from the Rocket III and Speed Triple models. The bike was also built with comfort in mind so you won’t have any complains about the riding position, as you are met by a comfortable seat and an ergonomic handle bar.
At the heart of the Triumph Thunderbird Storm lies a 1700cc parallel-twin which delivers a maximum output of 97hp @ 5200rpm and 156Nm of torque at 2950rpm.
Other features offered by the Triumph Thunderbird Storm are the tank mounted speedo which includes a small built in tacho and on-board computer which includes clock, two trip meters and a fuel gauge.
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Developed for the riders who are passionate two wheel travelers, the 2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer offers a series of new features especially developed to offer a fast, safe, comfortable and fun ride.
Being one of the most appreciated models in the adventure touring sector, the new 2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer is powered by a modern powerplant which uses a fresh ride-by-wire electronic throttle system. Among the modern features offered by the new Tiger Explorer you’ll find cruise control, traction control and ABS, all offered as standard equipment.
Another new feature offered for 2013 is the modern instrumentation and switchgear which features an LCD instrument pack, thumb operated via switches on the handlebars.
A strong tubular steel trellis frame represents the bike’s backbone, while the single-sided rear swingarm showcases the 17 inch 10-spoke rear wheel. The bike can deal with a wide range of terrains and surfaces thanks to its adjustable 46mm front forks and the 19 inch front wheels.
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The Triumph Street Triple R had always a supersport DNA, but the 2013 version was deigned to reward its rider with more excitement than ever.
The bike is built on a lightweight chassis which features adjustable front forks, a high-pressure die-cast rear subframe for increased rigidity an RSU with both pre-load and damping adjustment. The sporty chassis is combined with similarly sporty Nissin radial 4-piston brakes. Not to mention about the capable ABS system which is switchable and can be easily deactivated.
You also get a low-mounted stainless steel 3 into 1 exhaust system with a low single-sided silencer which reduces the centre of gravity, thus improving the bike’s handling and ride quality.
The Triumph Street Triple R is powered by a liquid cooled 12 valve triple engine, paired with a close ratio six speed gearbox. Maximum power and torque are rated at 106 PS and 68 Nm, respectively.
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The new 2013 Triumph Daytona is offered with many fresh features which enhance its racer character and make it ready for the track. Starting with the sleek design and finishing with the new triple motor, the bike has all it needs to give you an unforgiveable rush of adrenaline every time you get behind the handlebar.
Talking about the engine, the Triumph Daytona 675R is equipped with a completely new Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder unit with a capacity of 675cc. The cylinder block is made of solid aluminium with ceramic coated liners. Thanks to this feature, it was possible to raise the engine’s power from 125ps to 128ps and the torque from 73Nm to 75Nm. The rev limit was also increased to 14,400 rpm, with a larger bore and shorter stroke, while the peak power is now achieved at 12,600rpm.
Besides the new engine, the 2013 Triumph Daytona also comes with new frame geometry, Brembo breaks, a quick shifter, carbin trim, mass centralisation and race-derived suspension.
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The Triumph Street Triple R already has some impressive credentials to its name, but just like a lot of things in this world, "impressive" isn’t impressive enough if you can help it become even more so.
That’s exactly what Triumph was thinking of with the new Street Triple R. As the hardcore version of the Street Triple, the Street Triple R comes with a host of detailed changes that improve this already outstanding motorcycle. From the fully adjustable, supersport-specification suspension to the premium graphics and color schemes, the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R is an awesome bike every which way you look at it.
Visually, the bike is the personification of mean. The fat alloy Magura handlebars, the stylish two-tone seat unit, the comprehensive instrumentation including a built-in lap timer, programmable gear change lights, clock, and gear indicator, and the large tachometer and digital speedo, all play their part in the whole set-up. The bike also has new style headlights, new mesh headstock infill panels, brushed finishes on the exhaust canisters, and the Triumph branding on the clutch and alternator covers.
In terms of performance, the Street Triple R comes powered by a 675cc liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder engine that produces an impressive 105 horsepower, providing a lively yet composed ride that few bikes in its class can replicate. After all, there’s a reason why the Street Triple R was once the recipient of numerous accolades, including “Bike of the Year” awards from Bike magazine in the UK and Moto Navi of Japan.
Simply put, this bike is a chrome menace on two wheels.
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Triumph’s most iconic model, the Speed Triple, delivers a new level of handling and composure to the super naked class, something that isn’t all that surprising, especially since we’re dealing with a Triumph.
With the sharpest and most aggressive look yet from a Speed Triple - and more power from the legendary 1050cc triple - the latest Speed Triple builds on a legacy that has seen over 70,000 Speed Triples sold since the model was first introduced in the market back in 1994.
At only 471 lbs. fully fueled, the latest Speed Triple is over six lbs. lighter than the previous model. The front and rear wheels are each two lbs. lighter, while the narrower frame and improved packaging allows for increased ground clearance, making the machine feel incredibly light and nimble. Adding to the superb handling and performance characteristics of the bike are new 43mm forks that offer excellent control and plushness and are fully adjustable for preload, rebound, and compression damping on both legs. Brembo radial caliper brakes grip 320mm rotors, with the option of Triumph’s anti-lock braking system, are also available to the rider.
As far as the design of the bike goes, the aggressive body panels and heavily sculpted seat accentuate the Speed Triple’s street fighting stance and complement the twin headlights. Color-coded radiator cowls are a new feature and sport stylish Speed Triple decals. Three color options are available - Crystal White, Phantom Black and Diablo Red - with color-coded flyscreen, seat cowl, and belly pan as genuine Triumph accessories.
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