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Triumph Tiger Explorer. All-new bike. All-new excitement. The choice for the long haul adventurer. Class-leading handling. The journey doesn’t have to end when Tarmac does. Brand new, 1215cc engine with shaft drive of course. A Triumph to take on the world.
The Triumph Tiger Explorer brings a whole new level of performance and specification to the adventure touring sector.
The thoroughly modern power plant utilises a new ride-by-wire electronic throttle system, allowing Triumph engineers to endow the Tiger Explorer with a number of high-tech rider aids for added rider safety and comfort. Cruise control, traction control and ABS are all standard fitment on the Tiger Explorer. A tough shaft drive system has been developed for the Tiger Explorer, allowing virtually maintenance free touring, and the latest Triumph has been designed to go 10,000 miles between servicing – ideal for those long distance adventures.
Triumph’s reputation for delivering best-in-class handling continues with the Tiger Explorer, which offers a combination of excellent low-speed balance and composed high speed capability. The strong tubular steel trellis frame bears a strong visual resemblance to other models in the Triumph family, while the single-sided rear swing-arm showcases the 17” 10-spoke rear wheel. Adjustable 46mm front forks allow the rider to tailor the Tiger Explorer to their individual needs and riding conditions, with the long-travel suspension and 19” front wheel giving the Tiger Explorer the capability to cope with unpaved roads.
All-new instrumentation and switchgear is both comprehensive and intuitive. The LCD instrument pack is thumb operated via switches on the handlebars and features a comprehensive onboard computer, including an ambient air temperature indicator with ice warning. The instrumentation also comes pre-configured for Triumph’s tyre pressure monitoring system, available as an optional accessory.
A comprehensive range of accessories is headlined by high quality luggage developed especially for the Tiger Explorer. The two-box pannier system provides 60 litres of luggage space, while the top box offers a further 35 litres of capacity, enough for a full-face helmet.
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Sat Nav Hire
Take the stress out of map reading and rent a Sat Nav.
A great way to tour.
We have a range of helmets available in the following sizes, extra small, small, medium, large and extra large. They are all Euro ECE-R 2205 and ACU Gold approved
We have a range of gloves, Summer and Winter available to hire. Sizes from extra small to extra large
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Name - Keith Morgan
Country - West Yorkshire, UK
Date - June 2012
Bike Hired - Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer Adventure
I'm only to pleased to recognise and promote good service when I come across it (which, let's face it, is a rare thing these days, maybe you and your colleagues could run a training course for the alleged "customer services" at BT as I've been dealing with them this pm and it's been as grim as the weather was last week!!!).
Incidentally since you asked then yes I did dodge the weather most of the time although I had what is best described as an "interesting" time travelling fully loaded across the M62 last Thursday in driving rain and howling gales. However the Tiger took it all in its stride and just like you guys it was faultless and never felt like it would let me down.
So once again many thanks and hopefully the next time I get a bike from yourselves (not if but when) I will get to meet you in person.
I will be in touch again soon as I've got another free week at the end of September so maybe we can get something arranged for then.