Twisted Throttle Triumph Tiger 800 Demo Bike
http://www.twistedthrottle.com/twistedtiger800 We took a tame Tiger 800XC and turned it into a twisted animal of awesomeness. Equipped with SW-MOTECH crashbars, skidplate, quick-release evo sideracks, TraX aluminum ALU boxes, Barkbusters hanguards, R&G engine case guards and radiator guard, Bags-Connection City tankbag, electrified tankring. We also added a few products that are in development such as, Rear brake reservoir/heel guard, dashboard accessory mount, and quick-release headlight guard. Check out http://www.twistedthrottle.com/twistedtiger800 for the full list of products for the Tiger 800, and the Tiger 800XC.
Triumph Tiger 800 XCx Review at RevZilla.com
2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XCx Review http://www.revzilla.com/common-tread/triumph-tiger-800-xcx-review?utm_sourc e=youtube.com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Triumph_Tiger_800_XCx_Rev iew For 2015, the Tiger 800 XCx gets a long list of updates and improvements. Without any major changes since its 2010 introduction, the previous generation was getting a bit long in the tooth. Both the XC and the XCx received an updated gearbox, an all-new throttle-by-wire system claimed to improve fuel efficiency by 17 percent, switchable traction control coupled with the updated ABS package, and an adjustable WP suspension designed to tackle duties both on and off the road. The XCx version goes one step further with additional hard parts, such as crash bars, plastic hand guards, an aluminum skid plate, and a center stand. An advanced computer provides information on fuel consumption, hours and miles traveled, and the ability to enable self-canceling turn signals. But the real upgrade is the electronics package. Riders get to choose from three modes: On Road, Off Road, and Rider mode, the last of which is completely programmable. Once in Rider Mode, you can choose from four different throttle maps, Rain, Off-Road, Road, and Sport, ranging from least to most sensitive. Throw in class leading electronic cruise control and you have a bike that is not only a huge improvement over its predecessor, but is also a substantial leap for ADV motorcycling as a whole. Featured Gear: - Nexx XD1 Voyager Helmet: http://bit.ly/1NK8jpY - REV'IT! Cayenne Pro Jacket: http://bit.ly/1mfWz7r - REV'IT! Cayenne Pro Pants: http://bit.ly/1V3SQG9 - REV'IT Cayenne Pro Gloves: http://bit.ly/1PksNKF - TCX X-Desert Gore-Tex Boots: http://bit.ly/1V3T7Jf
Kawasaki Versys 650 vs Triumph Tiger 800 - Comparative Review
The Triumph Tiger was our absolute favorite when we compared it against three accomplished adventure bikes in 2015 - the Suzuki V-Strom, the Benelli TnT 1130 Amazonas and the Kawasaki Versys 1000. The latter, however, is now joined by a 650cc variant and at its price, the Versys 650 questions the Tiger's supremacy. Shumi finds out how they match up. Watch the video and also watch this space for a link to a more detailed text review.
Prova Triumph Tiger 800
I Porchettari Per Passione si danno alle prove in moto! La Prima prova documentata riguarda la Triumph Tiger 800. Il resoconto è che la Tiger è una grande moto, scattante, comoda e divertente. Adatta a chi ama viaggiare e ogni tanto divertirsi un po', il motore è un 799cc che eroga una potenza di 90 CV.