Fancy winning a Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro BEFORE it arrives in dealers?

Here’s your chance - the good people at Apex 66 are raffling one away.

Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro

APEX 66 is raffling away a Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro before you can even (legally) get one from the dealer, and with the draw scheduled to take place on the 21st January at 8pm, you haven’t got long to enter.

The Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro, worth £13,600, is meant to officially land at dealers in March - and with this draw taking place on the 21st, there’s plenty of time to ride around bragging to your mates on the latest bit of kit from Triumph, over a month before anyone else! So realistically this is your only chance of getting the Rally Pro for £8.95, which is in all honesty a bit mad.

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Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro specs

Powered by an inline triple, the liquid-cooled DOHC 888cc motor gives you around 94bhp @ 8750rpm and 87Nm of torque at 7250rpm to play with, along with switchable riding modes and built-in bluetooth smartphone support. The Rally Pro weighs around 201kg with a 850-870mm seat height, and the winner will receive the bike in an epic khaki colourway with white frame.

The Tiger Rally Pro is Apex 66’s second motorcycle draw, with the first being a Yamaha Tracer 700 that the lucky winner basically bought for £8.95. Alongside the bike, you’ll also get 2 years of Triumph warranty and assist, and £250 donated to a charity of your choice - that means you can tell the other half that your entries are in fact going towards a charitable donation.

There’s also a second raffle you’re entered in to for free, which is drawn at the same time, where you could win a Triumph Adventure experience worth over £299, which is handy!

So get your entries in before the 21st of January, and you could win yourself a Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro literally before anyone else in the country. Best of luck! Now, where’s my wallet…

Here's a link to buy a ticket if you fancy it: