Here's what the British motorcycling press said in their 2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer 1200 reviews:“The Triumph is a fantastic motorcycle. A five-star bike. One that I would be proud to own. Its glorious-sounding 1215cc engine is faster than the BMW
TRIUMPH is either very bad at keeping secrets or has been orchestrating a pre-publicity campaign around its new Tiger Explorer for more than a year: this bike is no surprise. What it is, though, is very impressive.Even now, just a couple of weeks
EXPLORER PANNIER SYSTEMInjection-moulded pannier system with single key operation and dynamic mounting system. 37 litre left hand pannier holds a full face helmet, right hand pannier 25 litres£499.99EXPLORER TOP POX - POWEREDInjection-moulded 35
One button to arm the system. One rocker switch (plus or minus) to adjust the speed. Touch the throttle or either brake and it's instantly disarmed. Easy.
FOREIGN websites are gossiping about a new 1200cc Triumph Tiger, dubbed the Tiger Explorer.The bike is set to be revealed to the world's press at the EICMA show in Milan in November and later at the NEC motorcycle show.Taking its styling from
TRIUMPH have revealed the prices of two of their new models, the Tiger Explorer and the Speed Triple R.The Tiger Explorer will go on sale at £11,149, with a launch edition model that includes an adjustable touring screen, fog lights, hand guards
You can hardly accuse Triumph of rushing into the big adventure bike market. They’ve been incubating and hatching the 1200 Tiger Explorer since July 2006. Yes, since before the World went into financial freefall.But the gestation wasn’t helped
WE broke the news of Triumph's new Tiger Explorer 1200 back in October.However, here at Milan it's the first time we've seen it in the flesh. We think it looks better than the touched up studio shots we'd seen before.You can see this motorcycle
A ROUND the world biker has had his dream adventure shattered by thieves who stole the man's bike while he was travelling through the Middle-East. Aussie biker, Allan Roberts, 29, had taken his bike through 37 countries across Europe and Africa in the past 18 months before it was...
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