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TRIUMPH Tiger Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 54
First production year: 1952
 

2020 - Present

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2017 - Present

Triumph will be offering a more dirt-worthy XC version alongside the standard Explorer for 2013. The new Explorer XC has some extra features aimed at improving off-road usability. The cast wheels are now replaced with Triumph-designed steelspoke tubeless wheels with aluminum rims, which should be a little more damage resistant while still offering the easier flat repair of a tubeless design.




 

2017 - Present

My new Triumph Tiger 800 XCX has an advanced trip computer which provides additional functionality such as journey time, average speed, average fuel economy, range to empty, and instantaneous fuel consumption.




 

2016 - Present

House Hinckley release the new Tiger 800 XCa with traction control, switchable ABS, 3 Rider Modes, and a second generation 95PS 800cc triple engine with a seamless flow of torque, the Tiger 800 XCA goes further still. Standard equipment includes heated rider and passenger seats, heated grips, LED fog lamps, and an uprated 650W alternator complete with 3 auxiliary sockets that can power everythi...




 

2016 - Present

The 2016 Tiger 800 XCx model offer those with serious off-road intent the perfect all-purpose machines capable of going the distance. The responsive chassis and torque-laden engine is matched to the perfect blend of technology, equipment and style, resulting in a bike that can tackle the most arduous of journeys with ease. With premium WP suspension as standard, 21- inch spoked wheel at the fron...




 

2016 - Present

Reintroduced for the 2016 model year, the Tiger 800 XC is almost the same with the 2015 model, but with a few changes and improvements. WP replaces the Showa suspension from 2014 and new for 2016, the XC has redesigned cowls to deflect hot air from the radiator away from the rider.




 

2016 - Present

At the heart of the 800 XRt is an 800cc triple engine with 94 HP (70 Kw) and incredible levels of torque for a linear power delivery no matter what gear you are in. With power on demand and a chassis tuned for dynamic handling, the XRt makes every journey an experience. This bike has a uprated alternator (650W) for heating equipment: heated grips, heated rider and passenger seat.




 

2016 - Present

The new bike Tiger 800 XRx, comes updated and upgrades with several items that include the Triumph Traction Control and switchable ABS as standard equipment. Other features are the ride-by-wire throttle system, four throttle maps.




 

2016 - Present

For 2016 Tiger 800 XR comes with cast wheels, 19 in front wheel, hydraulically adjustable Showa monoshock suspension and a torque-laden 95 PS 800cc triple engine the XR is ideally suited both for long road adventures and every-day functionality. Rider technology comes as standard with ride-by-wire throttle for improved response and feel, Triumph Traction Control and switchable ABS.




 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Triumph Tiger Explorer XC comes with the reliable 1215cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, three-cylinder engine and that unmistakable sound Triumph fans all over the world have come to love. The Brits took the base model up a notch by increasing its off-road capabilities, thanks to features such as wire-spoked wheels with tubeless tires, high impact hand guards, dual fog lights, steel en...




 

2014 - 2015

Hinckley offers a touring motorcycle with off-road capabilities, plus an engine that's up for any task, all packed into the 2015 MY Triumph Tiger Explorer. The unmistakable three-cylinder powerhouse from Triumph boasts an impressive 135 horsepower and 121 Nm of torque, in the mid-range revs. A true 21st century machine, it comes standard with technologies such as cruise control, tractio...




 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Triumph Tiger 800 XRx is the same road-oriented, adventure bike, as the XR but has the added bonus of a standard cruise control system, which allows the rider to focus more on the scenery when cruising, and significantly reduces fatigue on longer hauls. In the tech/engine department, it sports the reliable liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 799cc three-cylinder powerhouse that produces ...




 

2014 - 2015

With the introduction of the Tiger XC, Triumph has taken an adventure bike to the next level of off-road riding, so it would seem only natural that they take the same adventure bike and bring it to the next level of on-road cruising. This is exactly what happened in the 2015 MY Triumph Tiger 800 XR. It has standard state-of-the-art technologies, such as ABS, traction control and ride-by-wire, ea...




 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Triumph Tiger XCx brings good news for all adventure bike fans around the world. The two-wheeler now comes standard with traction control, cruise control and ride-by-wire. This makes for a more user-friendly bike, and also significantly increases performance whether on or off the road. The XCx features three selectable riding modes, Road, for optimum grip and throttle response, O...




 

2014 - 2015

Starting from the already versatile Tiger 800, Hinckley decided to launch a more off-road oriented adventurer, in the form of the 2015 MY Triumph Tiger 800 XC. They added wire-spoked wheels, revised the suspension and added an off-switch to the ABS, all in an attempt to make a bike that will eat the miles up off-road as much as it does on the road. And, with a wide range of optional accessor...




 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Triumph Tiger 800 is a versatile machine, suitable for a variety of different tasks, from daily commutes to off-roading. It sports a 799cc, three-cylinder powerplant with an engine mapping designed for even power delivery throughout the whole rev-range. It comes standard with ABS, preventing wheel-block when braking, but, it can also be switched off, for those off-road situations...




 

2013 - 2014

Triumph has launched the 2014 MY Tiger Explorer XC with increased off-roading capabilities, as if the base Explorer wasn't enough. The bike has that unmistakable three-cylinder sound which riders have fallen in love with, thanks to its 1215cc powerplant which boasts impressive performance numbers, both in horsepower and in torque territories. The machine's terrainability is improved...




 

2013 - 2014

For those looking for more grunt from their adventure bike, Hinckley have launched the 2014 MY Triumph Tiger Explorer. This bike follows the classic Tiger recipe, being equipped to handle a wide variety of situations, both on and off the road. Since 2012, the Explorer has received a new, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 1215cc three-cylinder powerhouse which produces 135 horsepower and a peak tor...




 

2013 - 2014

The British engineers have taken the Tiger 800 XC up a notch, in the embodiment of the 2014 MY Tiger 800 XC Special Edition. The adventurer is equipped with the same dependable three-cylinder powerhouse as the base model and sports the same technical features, such the wire-spoked wheels and rigid frame. What differentiates this model from its counterpart is the refreshed, custom-like aesthetics...




 

2013 - 2014

For the more enthusiastic off-road riders, Triumph have launched the Tiger 800 XC, an adventurer with a few improvements to make it more compliant on gravel or dirt tracks. It sports a 799cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, three-cylinder engine, which has been mapped for a beefy power delivery throughout the whole rev range. The things that set apart the XC from the base Tiger 800 are the more ...




 

2013 - 2014

When it comes to versatility, it doesn't get much better than the 2014 MY Triumph Tiger 800. A balanced engine and rigid frame, plus a naked bodywork to cut weight as much as possible mean the Tiger can be used for daily commutes, weekend outings in the countryside and for the occasional woodland trek. Sporting a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 749cc three cylinder powerplant, the two-wheel...




 

2012 - 2013

A tourer for some, a very comfortable sport bike for others, the 2012 adds more refinement to the sport-touring segment, packing both power and maneuverability with versatile usage and excellent reliability. Alongside the usual styling revisions, the 2012 Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport brings in an improved engine with more power and torque, yet better mileage, a new exhaust, a better pannier syste...




 

2012 - 2013

The 2012 Tiger 1050 is the next evolutionary step from the model which brought off-road recognition to Triumph. The bike got bigger and better, while retaining its dominant liter-class all-rounder character. With a sporty frame and nimble engine, the Tiger 1050 is able to provide a great solution for pretty much all your needs. Daily commuting? Jump aboard and hit the gas, then hold on to the...




 

2012 - 2013

You know Triumph, if a bike has the XC suffix, then we're in for tough adventure action. So you can figure out how the 2012 Tiger 800 XC is like: a bike with several added accessories to make it a better off-road beast serving a happier rider. The Tiger 800 XC comes with adjustable seat and bars, compliant and tough USD suspensions, a built in rear rack, switchable ABS and a robust alter...




 

2012 - 2013

The Tiger 800 is Triumph's proposal for the middleweight adventure-touring segment, a bike which shares the same bold character of the family, and which packs in both off-road-worthy punch and maneuverability for convenient daily use. This Triumph is equally fun for commuting and for vacations: its nimble character makes it agile in the urban traffic, while the nerve-packed engine will also...




 

2012 - 2013

The 2012 Tiger XC was designed on the Explorer platform, but things have been taken one step further. The bike is even better prepared for tough action, with laced wheels which can really take a beating, sturdy bashplates, engine bars and hand guards, an auxiliary lights kit with dual 55w projectors and more. The tires are tubeless, for easy puncture repairing when far from the workshops and ...




 

2012 - 2013

The Tiger got bigger and better by the year, and the 2012 Explorer is no different. Triumph delivers a big-bore enduro-touring machine which is eager to leave the asphalt behind whenever possible. The 1215cc 3-cylinder produces 137 HP and comes with a heady-duty gearbox and shaft drive, impervious to road debris, water and mud. Electronic cruise control, switchable ABS and traction control ar...




 

2011 - Present

Coming as a versatile ride, the Triumph Tiger 1050 has a tall riding position that gives the rider a commanding view over the traffic, with the well appointed saddle facilitating comfortable day-long riding. With a fuel capacity of 20 litres, the Tiger 1050 is capable of covering over 200 miles between fuel stops. The Tiger 1050 is available in two metallic colors, Phantom Black and Crystal Whit...




 

2011 - 2012

An all-new model for 2011, the Triumph Tiger 800XC is the off-road version of the Tiger 800 street bike, coming with a long-stroke 3-cylinder engine, adjustable seat height and handlebar position, switchable ABS option, coded key immobiliser for added security, long travel suspension, and a 550w generator allows fitment of multiple electrical accessories.




 

2011 - 2012

New for 2011, the Triumph Tiger 800 sees the British manufacturer enter the middleweight adventure sector for the first time. Highlights of the new model include adjustable seat height and handlebar position, switchable ABS option, 19-invh cast alloy wheels allowing a wide range of road and off-road tires, coded key immobiliser for added security, as well as a 550w generator allows fitment of mu...




 

2010 - 2011

The XC suffix introduces plenty of true off-road character for the 2010 Triumph Tiger 800. For starters, we're dealing with laced rims, more capable of taking a beating on rocky roads and over boulders and holes in the road. An adventure bike by nature, the 2010 Tiger 800 XC also comes with a 21" front wheel, switchable ABS option, adjustable seat, bars and suspensions, hand guards...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2010 Triumph Tiger 800 is a middleweight adventure-touring machine which can tread equally confident on the highway asphalt and on the wet forest road. A truly dependable all-rounder, the Tiger 800 can also accommodate a lot of luggage for longer hauls and vacation yet remaining a maneuverable bike for the urban clutter, too. With adjustable seat and handlebar positions, the 2010 Tiger 80...




 

2010 - 2011

If you want to stand from the crowd, then Special Edition bikes are the best way. The 2010 Triumph Tiger 1050 SE is one of the machines which will make even Tiger owners turn their heads. With special liveries and matching color sidecases, these machines also bring in hand guards as standard, making longer hauls more comfortable. The cases come off easily for city riding, and the acclaimed Ti...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2010 Tiger 1050 ABS is a natural way to evolve for the base big-bore Tiger: it brings in the convenience and extra safety of the anti-locking brakes, making the bike easier to control on difficult surfaces. While the Tiger 1050 is a very compliant machine which is engineered to provide a smooth ride over both highway and back roads, adding ABS makes it even better for riding in the wet. T...




 

2010 - 2011

A sport-touring machine which is not afraid to tread on fire roads, the 2010 Triumph Tiger 1050 brings in a nifty blend of style and road worthiness which extends far beyond the city outskirts. Robust, muscular and powerful, the bike comes with plenty of real estate for two, plus excellent loading capabilities. Add in your touring sidecases, topcase and tankbag and you can carry everything bu...




 

2009 - 2010

The 2009 SE Triumph 1050 comes in Matte Graphite and Matte Black color schemes and is developed with the ABS version of the base model as the starting point. It brings adjustable sporty suspensions, radial Nissin calipers for flawless, powerful brakes, and the same exceptional riding position putting the operator in full control over the bike. The SE comes with sidecases in matching color an...




 

2009 - 2010

The "3 bikes in one" label suits the 2009 Triumph Tiger 1050 only too well. This machine is perfect for pretty much anything you'd throw at it, from daily commuting to fast hauls on the highway and countryside roads and to the wet trails far from the asphalt. The tall riding position delivers premium ergonomics, while the compliant adjustable suspension provide stability and a ...




 

2007 - 2008

Some riders prefer the peace of mind ABS brings to their lives and Triumph knows this only too well. So here's the ABS version of the 2007 Tiger, retaining all the acclaimed character of the model, but now with better stability on slippery roads and shorter braking distance. The 2007 Tiger ABS is the same bike which can go pretty much anywhere. It can be a powerful and comfy commuter, a ...




 

2007 - 2008

There's a good reason people call the 2007 Triumph Tiger a "3 in 1" bike, and this is because this machine is indeed ready to take on pretty much anything you'll be throwing at it: city rides, adventure-touring or fast highway runs. With power and torque on tap, and a very agile architecture, the Tiger is easy to master in the urban jungle despite its rather imposing stanc...




 

2007 - 2008

The Tiger 1050 moved Triumph’s adventure bike series up a notch from the old Tiger 955i by being more akin to road riding duties than off-road. The Tiger`s engine delivers power and ear grins. The amazing 1050cc, fuel injected, three cylinder engine has plenty of torque and impressive amounts of horsepower, wiht ample reserves of both for those two up fully laden tours.




 

2006 - 2007

The Triumph Tiger is a bike which brings a new meaning to all-purpose usefulness, and had gathered a massive following during since in launch in 1994. The 2006 iteration carries on the original heritage and brings forth the terrainability grated by compliant suspensions and very good clearance, baked with the high-speed agility of a sport bike, and offering excellent highway fun. Even more, ...




 

2006 - 2007

Tiger 1050 is a brand new motorcycle which uses the same 1050cc engine found on the 2005 Speed Triple and Sprint ST.




 

2005 - 2006

The 2005 Tiger gets a lot of revisions aimed at making rides smoother and more comfortable, as well as adding a tidier look at the engine. Thins means a new cylinder head and crankcases with revised cooling routing, a backlash eliminator gear for reduced noise and vibration. At the same time, the 2005 Triumph got new gear change internals for smoother shifting and better resistance to abuse. ...




 

2005 - 2007

The Triumph Tiger 955i is better equipped than most motorcycles in this class and many come with factory extras fitted. Look for aftermarket accessories fitted to make commuting and touring easier. The heart of the Tiger is a fuel injection, 955cc, three cylinder engine.




 

2004 - 2005

A glorious all-rounder, the 2004 Tiger is Triumph's machine to carry you towards the horizon. Tall and comfortable, with excellent terrainability and plenty of brawn to tackle rougher ground, the Tiger is a sweet ride, for solo adventures and two-up getaways, too. 2004 brings revised suspensions with a different wheelbase and a modified geometry, all aimed at better stability and enhance...




 

2003 - 2003

The 2003 Triumph Tiger is a great partner for your next adventure. With a generous ground clearance and suspensions which are not afraid to take on rough ground, it is also a very good asphalt machine and is not shy to blaze along the highways. The liter-class engine packs more than enough power and torque to get you out of tight situations, and will also carry a passenger and luggage. A gene...




 

2002 - 2003

The liter-class 2002 Tiger is a nifty all-rounder bike which can serve ts owner in pretty much any scenario. Nimble enough for fast city slicing and making streaking through slow urban traffic, the 2002 Tiger also comes with amazing suspensions to keep both wheels on the rough ground of the back roads and wild trails. And with a ton of touring accessories, the Tiger can also load everything b...




 

2001 - 2002

The 2001 Tiger benefits from the extra grunt of the recently updated 955cc engine and allows riders to enjoy even more midrange torque, expanding the usability of the bike to more scenarios. A big-bore adventure-touring bike, the Tiger comes with compliant suspensions which can take on both highways and trails, while the generous ground clearance makes sure obstacles are surmounted with ease. ...




 

2001 - 2004

We can only assimilate so quickly, you see.Aside from new graphics, the main change to the 2001 Tiger lies in the motor. Previous versions of the Tiger came equipped with a carburetor-fed 885 cc motor. It was the successor of the visually similar 885 cc Tiger T709 (1999–2000) which was also fuel injected but with a different engine, 885 instead of 955. It was later superseded by the Triumph Tige...




 

2000 - 2001

Choose your destination and trust your 2000 Triumph Tiger to get you there. This bile will be equally eager to ride to the other end of the town, to the next city, across the first border or to the far end of the earth. Grab as much luggage as you need, a pillion and go on vacation: the Tiger will be more than happy to carry you both. Powered by a muscular 955cc triple and rolling with stout ...




 

1999 - 2000

1999 brings a new ECU for the Triumph Tiger. While the functionality of the engine management unit is the same as in the previous one, it is now lighter and smaller, reprogrammable for optimizing running with aftermarket high-performance exhausts. The Tiger retains the all-rounder abilities which have made so many riders love it. The bike as nimble as it is willing to tackle rough terrain, wi...




 

1973 - 1983

In 1973, the Triumph twins finally got five-speed transmissions a front disk brake. Five-speeds had been optional since 1971, but were now standard across the line. While the 649cc TR6 Tiger remained, a new punched-out version was introduced called the TR7 750 Tiger.




 

1972 - 1981

The Tiger was almost identical to the Bonneville and claimed to have performance to spare, with tractability and smooth running. The 650 TR6R proved to be only slightly slower at the top end than the Bonneville and its single Amal carburetor needed less fettling, but it still boasted gusty grunt at low revs and better fuel economy.




 

1952 - 1960

At the end of World War II, civilian production of motorcycles ramped up quickly to tap into the tremendous pent up demand for transportation. 1946 was Triumph’s first postwar model year. The 5T Speed Twin, its best seller prior to, and after the war, had gone from halo status to commuter bike as engine performance improved in the competition.