Triumph Tiger 800 For Sale
The 2010 Triumph Tiger 800 is a mid-range adventure style bike and is powered by a 799cc triple engine which puts out 94bhp. It was replaced by the Tiger 800 XR in 2015.
What Is It?
- Loads of low down torque, all round ability
- No centre stand as standard, non-adjustable fork
It's powered by a liquid cooled 799cc inline three cylinder engine, producing 94bhp at 9,300rpm and maximum torque at 7,850rpm.
- Steel tubular frame
- Dual 308mm discs up front with Nissin 2 piston calipers
- 255mm disc at the rear with Nissin single piston caliper
- 43mm Showa upside down fork with 180mm travel
- Adjustable rear Showa shock with 170mm travel
- Adjustable levers, handlebars and seat height (+20mm)
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
- 3->1 exhaust system
- Fuel injection
The more off-road focused £7,750 Tiger 800 XC has wire spoked wheels, 21" at the front, wider/higher handlebars, a 35mm higher seat and beefier longer travel suspension however it's 5kg heavier. You also get the radiator guard, handguards, belly pan and off-road beak at the front.
The 19" cast alloy front wheel takes a Pirelli Scorpion Trail 110/80 tyre and the rear 17" a 150/70.
Options include ABS with off mode, belly pan, engine bars, hand guards, radiator guard, heated grips, top box, panniers, Arrow exhaust, centre stand, fog lights and tall screen.
- 2010-2011: Black, silver, white, gold
- 2012-2014: Black, white, blue
Did You Know?
One shows up briefly in the London Has Fallen (2016) car chase
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