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2007 Triumph Tiger

Triumph Motorcycles has announced the 2007 Triumph Tiger.

Here are the specifications, information and photos of the new 2007 Tiger.

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Brand new for 2007, the Triumph Tiger 1050 is set to revolutionize the motorcycle market with look that demands attention.

The angular lines of the headlight cowl muscle up around the tank and flow beautifully to the upswept tail, while a moment on the Tiger’s back offers an enticing fit.

The potent Speed Triple-derived engine has been tweaked to suit the Tiger’s unique temperament, delivering immense power and ear-to-ear grins.

A sophisticated engine management system offers twice as much memory as before, allowing a quicker start and improved fuel economy while multi-adjustable front and rear suspension keeps things firmly planted.

The Tiger slinks through snarled up traffic, while the commanding view gives the rider the jump on everyone.  Sharp appearance and powerful build boast the sporting nature of the Tiger, while a relaxed riding position, spacious seat and supple suspension offers comfort that will have you touring way into the wilds, alone or two-up, on a bike that happily devours miles of tarmac.

Supremely comfortable, two-up tourer; sporty solo funster or sleek, stylish city bike: There are very few genuine all-round motorcycles in existence.  The Tiger is certainly one of them.

2007 Triumph Tiger 1050 – 1050 ABS Specifications

The Tiger 1050 is designed to occupy a different space to other bikes in its class, excelling in three distinct areas.  Triumph says that the Tiger 1050 was developed for “carving the tight and technical switchbacks, slicing through traffic each day or loading up and heading for the opposite coast with your passenger”.

Triumph engineers have worked hard to give the new Tiger 1050 the edge it needs to excel.  It has all-round practicality, comfort and now the new Tiger 1050 brings the added elements of sporting performance that was lacking in the original Tiger.


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Color Options
Fusion White
Caspian Blue
Phantom Black
Scorched Yellow
Tiger Accessories
2 and 3 Box Pannier Kits
Pannier Inner Bags
Top Box
Sliding Carriage Rack Kit
Tail pack
Touring Screen
Heated Grip Kit
Tank Pad – Carbon Fiber Seat Units – Low and High
Accessory Silencer
Center Stand Kit
Chain & Sprocket Kit
Front Mudguard Extension
GPS connector kit
Front Mudguard – Carbon Fiber
Comfort Seat
Tiger Specification:
Type Liquid-cooled, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Capacity 1050cc
Bore/Stroke 79 x 71.4mm
Compression Ratio 12.0:1
Fuel System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
Ignition Digital–inductive type via electronic engine management system
Primary Drive Gear- Final Drive X-ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Transmission 6-speed
Frame Aluminum beam perimeter
Swingarm Braced, twin-sided, aluminum alloy
Wheels Front Cast, multi spoke 17 x 3.5
Rear Cast, multi spoke 17 x 5.0
Tires Front 120/70 ZR 17
Rear 180/55 ZR 17
Suspension Front 43mm upside down forks with adjustable preload, rebound and compression damping adjustment
Rear Mono-shock with adjustable preload and rebound damping
Brakes Front Twin 320mm floating discs, 4 piston radial calipers
Rear Single 255mm disc, 2 piston calipers
Length 2130mm (83.9in)
Width (Handlebars) 847mm (33.3in)
Height 1310mm (51.6in)
Seat Height 835mm (32.9in)
Wheelbase 1497mm (58.9in)
Rake/Trail 23.2°/87.7mm
Weight (Dry) 198kg (436lb)
Fuel Tank Capacity 20 liters (5.2 gal US)
Maximum Power 115PS (114bhp) at 9400rpm
Maximum Torque 100Nm (74ft.lbf) at 6250rpm

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