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2013 Riding the 2013 Triumph Tiger Sport - Red

British brand Trimph decided to revise the Triumph Tiger 1050 for the 2013 model year. With a revised suspension and geometry, additional 10hp to the three-cylinder motor, a new single-sided swingarm, a slimmer subframe, redesigned fairings and wheels, the bike is now known as the Triumph Tiger Sport that was officially unveiled at the Brussels Motor Show.

The “Sport” will be a great addition to Triumph’s adventure bikes that include the Triumph Tiger 800 and Tiger 1200. Its smaller tires and extra power make the “Sport” more of a sport-touring bike than an adventurer. Plus the new single-sided swingarm makes room for larger panniers making the bike more practical than its predecessor.

2013 Triumph Tiger Sport - White

Also new are the lower and narrower seat, the reflector headlights and footrests, and the six-speed transmission claimed to offer faster changing of gears. Triumph also claims that the “Sport” will have a 7% increase in range with the same 5.3 fuel tank.

I’ll end with a great quote from Hell for Leather regarding the new Tiger Sport: “changes should make an already fun, practical, fast all-rounder even better. If you’re looking for a high-value bike that can commute, tour (even two-up) and scratch, the Tiger Sport will do all that with a unique three-cylinder character.”

3 Responses to The New 2013 Triumph Tiger Sport 1050

  1. Biker says:

    Sweet Ride Gotta Love Biker Stops

  2. Ricko W says:

    The “Sport” will be a great addition to Triumph’s adventure bikes that include the Triumph Tiger 800 and Tiger 1200. Its smaller tires and extra power make the “Sport” more of a sport-touring bike than an adventurer. Plus the new single-sided swingarm makes room for larger panniers making the bike more practical than its predecessor.

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