Triumph's all-new 2024 Tiger 900 Rally Aragón Edition and Tiger 900 GT Aragón Edition. Media sourced from Triumph.
Last year, Triumph took home the trophy for the indomitable Baja Aragón Rally Raid, thanks to the efforts of Iván Cervantes, who finished an entire 1 hour and six minutes ahead of his competitors.
This year, the celebrations continue with the debut of two Aragón-inspired machines: The 2024 Tiger 900 Rally Aragón Edition and the 2024 Tiger 900 GT Aragón Edition. Both these beauties will be available by the end of this month and gone by the end of 2023, so let’s take a look at what will soon be rolling into dealerships, shall we?
Tiger 900 Rally Aragón
This machine boasts the closest bloodlines to Iván Cervantes’ Tiger 900 Rally Pro; as such, Triumph’s blessed the Rally Aragón with a festive tricolor scheme in Matt Phantom Black, Matt Graphite, and Crystal White, accompanying some minor pops of yellow for race-ready zhuzh.
The livery compliments the addition of a new two-tone seat, as well as Showa forks “tuned for even greater off-road performance.”
Add engine protection bars, fuel tank protection bars, and “over 65 dedicated accessory options,” and Triumph’s off-roading homage to the 2022 Baja Aragón is complete – all starting at a neat MSRP of 15,695 USD (via Rider Magazine).
Tiger 900 GT Aragón
Triumph’s fresh GT Aragón also carries a tri-color scheme and two-tone seat,, though this one boasts a bit more Diablo Red, Matt Phantom Black, and Crystal White.
Floating duties are carried out in the way of fully-adjustable 45mm USD Marzocchi cartridge forks, complete with electronically-adjustable RSU.
Expect engine protection bars to complement the similar perk of “over 65 dedicated accessory options,” with the Tiger 900 GT Aragón Edition starting at an MSRP of $16,495 USD (via Rider Magazine).
Bottom line, Triumph’s more than ready for their upcoming enduro efforts – and Cervantes is excited to see what happens next:
“We are proud to have done a great job, and I believe we have given everyone a lot to talk about,” recounts Iván Cervantes in Triumph’s prior press release.
“This once again proves that Triumph is here in off-road racing – and is here to stay. We chose this race because in the future, we plan to come here with the Enduro project, and of course, we plan to succeed!”