Ahead of its global reveal next week, Triumph gave a sneak peek of the Tiger 850 Sport via its official social media accounts:
Without revealing too much detail, the British motorcycle company described the upcoming adventure tourer as “tailor-made to do it all,” even calling it “a new standard for road-focused versatility.” Triumph instead invited fans to sign up for exclusive updates through its official website.
Motorbikes from Triumph’s Tiger family are made for adventure, starting with the road-going 900 GT and off-road-ready 900 Rally. The 1200 range, meanwhile, boasts state-of-the-art technology and stylish design, while the 800 XC and XR come with a host of off-road enhancements and on-road improvements. The Tiger Sport, specifically, is built for urban riding, which is why we’re intrigued by the 850.
According to the site, the Tiger 850 Sport has the “perfect balance of confidence-inspiring capability, thrilling sporty performance and high specification technology.” Motorcycle experts expect it to rival the likes of the BMW F 900 XR and Yamaha Tracer 900.
Triump also uploaded a teaser video on its YouTube channel:
The Tiger 850 Sport is scheduled for a November 17 launch. Triumph also recently unveiled the Trident 660, which features a 660cc triple-cylinder engine that delivers peak torque of 63.7Nm at 6,250 rpm and 81hp at 10,250rpm.