2010 Triumph Tiger/Special Edition motorcycle review @ Top Speed

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Triumph Tiger Special Edition


year: 2010 Triumph Model: Tiger $11,999 Engine: Liquid-cooled, in-line 3-cylinder Transmission: Horsepower @ RPM: 111bhp @ Torque @ RPM: 72ft.lbs @ Energy: Multipoint sequential fuel injection Displacement: L Top Speed: 130 mph

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on 02.19.2010 12:52 by Maxx 2

Triumph makes sure most versatile model, the remains a strong player on the and the presence of a Special Edition in their lineup is just the doctor recommends for riders in of an adventure-sport model. The bike is on the Tiger ABS, but distinguishes to a Matt Graphite and Matt color scheme as well as to a pair of color-matched sidebags, like the 2010 Sprint ST

A first glance at the standard Triumph Tiger is enough to you think the bike is totally but what actually sets it from the previous model are the attractive new color schemes and the upgrades that the Brits had to have for their wild

While the color schemes as as the accessories are for you to decide, what don’t offer the possibility to for is the 1050cc three-cylinder engine 111 bhp at 9,400 rpm and 72 ft.lbs at 6250 as that would actually be the reason why people buy the bike. the Triumph Tiger features suspensions and rubber as well as brakes, making it an adequate bike rather than the one that first made an back in the early 1990s.

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since the Tiger got the 1050cc, DOHC, inline three-cylinder engineers knew there be no more work to be done at specific model for a pretty time. No wonder, as the motor has velleities and the chassis is perfect for them stand out.

The beam perimeter frame and alloy twin-sided braced both significantly contribute at the bike’s overall weight being designed to deal various types of terrains. So a 23.2 degree/87.7mm rake and the Triumph Tiger is the kind of that people buy knowing will ride on the tarmac, but is a slight possibility to divert off the from time to time.

an upright riding position is an through city traffic and the looks aggressive too, but the stuff about it consists in an suspension package. Featuring adjustable 43mm upside forks and rear monoshock only adjustable preload and damping, the off-road terrain look that tempting. that thought is enhanced by the of 17-inch ZR wheels and, of the constant fear of scratching new bike.

Those who need to think before rerouting can put the of horsepower to a hault by simply the also sportsbike-like brakes, the 320mm floating discs, piston radial calipers and single 255mm disc two piston caliper at the rear. ABS is as an option, while on the SE model it is equipment.

The bike might seem an entirely new addition, but as we all know it, the has long been part of the kingdom, so a short briefing just show how the species



The Ducati 1200 fits in the same as the Triumph Tiger, but doesn’t get the of a three-cylinder engine like last does. Instead, the is powered by an 1198.4cc L-Twin 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, cooled engine, but which is of delivering 150hp at 9250 rpm and at 7500 rpm. Like all Ducatis, Multistrada’s engine is injected so that’s where of the potency comes from.

In case, the frame is a tubular trellis unit while the are much like on the Triumph. in at 417 lbs (dry), the Ducati weighs a little less than the Triumph (436 lbs also and the ABS model (443 lbs) and all despite the steel frame just mentioned.

If you don’t a taste for Italian the Italian the 2010 Suzuki V-Strom might very well as the alternative as it is built for sport-touring and offers the possibility to go off the road much more ability both the Triumph and the Ducati. the bike weighs 525 lbs wet and it is powered by a four-…, liquid-cooled, DOHC, V-twin engine. Great for those with practicability in

The Germans from BMW have a name in this business and R 1200 GS model is one bringing contribution to that name. all riders who dare going the world on two-wheels choose the BMW R GS for being designed to go on and on forever and on all of terrains. Powered by an 1170cc, flat twin (’Boxer’) one camshaft and four valves per central balancer shaft this bike relies on 105 hp at rpm and 115 Nm at 5,750 rpm so the power and torque are pretty sweet.

In comparison to the ultimate adventure bike, the Triumph looks an executive’s toy and although we should doubt Triumph’s competitive their Tiger is not that of a brute force.


It is to everyone that the Triumph excels in the design chapter, so we have to give the bike for that. This is one serious of motorcycle with an 83-inch length and a 51.9-inch height and it looks aggressive. That’s a thing in this category the build quality and finesse are incomparable.

Like a veritable motorcycle, the Tiger features a fairing and a decently-sized windscreen. above the air intakes that like two nostrils lay the sporty headlights. Unlike sports the Tiger has the mirrors mounted on the and the screen is just high to provide the proper wind needed without obstructing the ahead, especially in crowded situations.

The gas tank is positioned down into the aluminum frame and still manages to out in between the side fairing widens the bike seriously. likely the seat, which is at 32.8 inches from the is the best of this Triumph as it adventure to the average sized Made of one piece and foamy, the is incomparable to Multistrada’s two-piece so the passenger will be satisfied

All body elements blend in one with the other creating a and massive looking motorcycle. the engine and transmission actually like being drawn The bike rolls on a pair of wheels, 120/70 front and rear that are positioned inches one from the other, so enhances the sporty look.

So the 43mm forks and the twin-sided

Triumph’s standard 2010 is available either in Jet Black or White and the bike can even get panniers offering a combined capacity of 44 liters.

The Special model stands out due to the Matt and Matt Black color In this case, the panniers standard.

We haven’t yet got the chance to Triumph’s most distinguishable so until then we’ll to comply with what the press is saying about it.


“The Tiger’s delivers power and ear to ear grins. The 1050cc, fuel-injected, three engine, known for its addictive has plenty of torque and impressive of horsepower, with ample of both for those two-up laden tours.” paddockreport

Roll-on power at freeway speeds on the Big Cat is ample and eager; from the engine was minimal. My minor disappointment with was that it seemed to lack of the grunty, rugged character of its siblings. motorcycle

I found the to be a bit ‘kicky’ for me at first. Until I got to the responsiveness of it, I found my head being snapped behind my which was ahead of me by a few inches. power is fortunately (and checked by 4-piston radial calipers pinching twin, floating rotors for exceptional performance. motorbyte

Triumph Tiger Special Edition
Triumph Tiger Special Edition

On open the Triumph’s engine shines again. The torque controller is the throttle hand is so versatile you can select one gear in a twisty and just surf that curve right to the shore.

It will match the competition a close to 200-mile tank is as comfortable, offers as much protection and is a match on price. The thing that may put some off is the perception of an overtly sporty visordown


The price you pay for the 2010 Triumph Tiger ABS) starts at $11,999 the ABS model starts at $12,799. In case, the color schemes will be electing from are the two above while the MSRP for Edition model, which is more and nothing less a specially painted ABS model is


Triumph manages to keep aware of their most models by offering such Edition models such as 2010 Tiger and it seems the strategy works most because bikers simply like going for the best buying a motorcycle and that best looking too, not performing.

Being the only in this class to feature a motor, the Triumph Tiger a much sportier riding than the competition’s and that’s set it apart even before the edition model was even in state on the drawing board.

Engine and Transmission

Type: 12 valve, DOHC, in-line

Capacity: 1050cc

Bore/Stroke: 79 x

Compression Ratio: 12.0:1

System: Multipoint sequential fuel injection with SAI

Drive: X ring chain

Wet, multi-plate


Performance (measured at crankshaft to

Triumph Tiger Special Edition
Triumph Tiger Special Edition
Triumph Tiger Special Edition
Triumph Tiger Special Edition
Triumph Tiger Special Edition
Triumph Tiger Special Edition
Triumph Tiger Special Edition

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