2013 Triumph Tiger 800XC Challenges You to Ride It To The Middle of Nowhere [Photo Gallery]
While keeping true to the brand's triple-cylinder engine design, the new Tiger 800XC boasts a fully-loaded built meant to handle anything you might throw at it. Adjustable sear and handlebars makes the Triumph Tiger 800XC easily transformable for various users. While the adjustment values may seem small, they can make the difference between a comfortable ride and a displeasing one.
A tubular steel frame embraces the 799cc engine, while complemented by a Showa monoshock with remote oil reservoir, hydraulically adjustable preload, rebound damping adjustment and a Showa usd fork. In case you get an ABS-equipped bike, the Nissin system can be switched off for off-road riding.
The dash houses a complex instrument cluster with an easy-to-read LCD screen for digital speedometer, trip computer, analogue tachometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, service indicator, switchable ABS and clock.
Countless adventure-oriented accessories are available for the 2013 Triumph Tiger 800XC, but the base price (including ABS) is $11,999 (€9,380).
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My 2nd finest love in life is straddling the black on black Tiger 800XC my northern California twistiest coastal tracks:)
This trip is the real British speed triple performance invasion... it doesn't get any better!
St. Helena CA