2007 Triumph Tiger

2007 Triumph Tiger

2007 Triumph Tiger

2007 Triumph Tiger

2007 Triumph Tiger

2007 Triumph Tiger

IS THERE NOTHING IT CAN’T DO?

All new model. The Tiger has always been one of the most popular bikes in Triumph’s range and since the original’s launch in 1994 has won a legion of fans the world over thanks to its all-purpose usefulness, mile-munching ability and sheer dependability.

2007 is a big year for its fans with the release of the brand new Triumph Tiger 1050, a major evolutionary step in the model’s history. This new Tiger lives in a genuinely different space to other bikes in its class, excelling in three distinct areas.

While its sharp lines and performance spec make the Tiger’s sporting credentials clear from a glance, its stunning looks hide a practical streak: Take a Tiger two-up touring way off into the wilds and you’ve got a bike that comfortably devours miles of tarmac. The relaxed riding position, spacious seat, supple suspension and tractable torquey engine guarantee you arrive fresh at the end of the longest day

Next, ditch the bags, go it alone and head for a bit of fun at strange angles. Tucked into a brilliantly balanced chassis, the Tiger’s potent engine delivers power and ear to ear grins. Multi-adjustable front and rear suspension keeps things planted and a squeeze on the radial brakes stops you on a euro.

Then it’s back to the city where the Tiger slinks through snarled up traffic and the sleek lines look sharp as a knife. Here the commanding view really comes into its own, giving the rider the jump on everyone, while the wide bars make tight manoeuvres child’s play. Soft luggage holds the day’s essentials.

Nothing sounds like a triple so there’s simply no confusing a Tiger with the whine of an anonymous four. You can almost feel the sound on your skin. At the new Tiger’s heart is the amazing 1050cc, fuel-injected, three-cylinder engine that’s been so well received in both Sprint ST and Speed Triple guise. This motor, known for its addictive character, has plenty of torque and impressive amounts of horsepower, with ample reserves of both for those two-up fully laden tours. Peak power of 115PS (114bhp) is delivered at 9,400rpm, with 100Nm (74ft.lbf) torque at 6,250rpm.

As for the chassis, sit on a Tiger and you know it’s a fit. Fast scratcher, packed tourer or head up commuter, it always feels right. The twin-spar aluminium frame housing the 1050cc engine is new as is the braced aluminium swingarm. New too are the cast aluminium wheels, both are now 17in allowing a wider choice of tyres; the front tyre’s a 120/70 ZR17, the rear a 180/55 ZR17. The 43mm upside down fully adjustable forks and remote spring preload and rebound damping adjustable rear shock provide an almost magic carpet-like ride over the most varied of surfaces, from the roughest Tarmac to the smoothest blacktop asphalt.

Twin four-piston radial calipers bite 320mm front discs, the rear 255mm disc uses a single twin-piston caliper. The Tiger’s seat height is a manageable 835mm (32.9in), matched to a dry weight of 198kg. Fuel capacity is 20 litres (5.2 gal US), giving an excellent touring range.

Comfort has always been a strength for the Tiger and the new model is no different: Rider and pillion benefit from great ergonomics, excellent wind protection and rubber mounted handle bars and foot pegs.

Then there’s the look: the Tiger in profile looks ready to pounce. The sharp, angular lines of the headlight cowl muscle up around the tank and then flow beautifully to the upswept tail. A bike capable of so many different things should look like a compromise yet the Tiger looks stunning. Available in four different colour options – Caspian Blue, Scorched Yellow, Fusion White and Jet Black.

Factory hard luggage is available for the Tiger, as is a tank bag, soft tail pack and heated grips, as well as a whole range of other accessory options.

Supremely comfortable, two-up tourer; sporty solo funster or sleek, stylish city bike: There are very few genuine all-round motorcycles in existence – the Tiger is surely one of them.

Colour Options:

Fusion White
Caspian Blue
Jet Black
Scorched Yellow

Triumph Accessories:

2 Box Pannier Kit
3 Box Panniers
Pannier Inner Bags
Top Box
Sliding Carriage Rack Kit
Grab Rail Kit
Tailpack
Tank Bag
Touring Screen
Heated Grip Kit
Tank Pad – Carbon Fibre
Front Mudguard – Carbon Fibre
Comfort Seat
Seat Unit – Low
Seat Unit – High
Accessory Silencer
Centre Stand Kit
Alarm Immobiliser
Aux power socket
Chain & Sprocket Kit
Front Mudguard Extension
GPS connector kit
Mobil Racing 4T
Restrictor Kit 98PS
Service Manual

2007 Triumph Tiger Specifications:

ENGINE
Type Liquid-cooled, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Capacity 1050cc
Bore/Stroke 79 x 71.4mm
Compression Ratio 12.0:1
Fuel System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
Ignition Digital-inductive type via electronic engine management system

TRANSMISSION
Primary Drive Gear
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 6-speed

CYCLE PARTS
Frame Aluminium beam perimeter
Swingarm Braced, twin-sided, aluminium alloy
Wheels Front Cast, multi spoke 17 x 3.5in
Rear Cast, multi spoke 17 x 5.5in
Tyres Front 120/70 ZR 17
Rear 180/55 ZR 17
Suspension Front 43mm upside down forks with adjustable preload, rebound and compression damping adjustment
Rear Monoshock with adjustable preload and rebound damping
Brakes Front Twin 320mm floating discs, 4 piston radial calipers
Rear Single 255mm disc, 2 piston calipers

DIMENSIONS
Length 2110mm (83.1in)
Width (Handlebars) 840mm (33.1in)
Height 1320mm (52.0in)
Seat Height 835mm (32.8in)
Wheelbase 1510mm (59.4in)
Rake/Trail 23.2°/87.7mm
Weight (Dry) 198kg (437lb)
Fuel Tank Capacity 20 litres (5.2 gal US)

PERFORMANCE
(MEASURED AT CRANKSHAFT TO DIN 70020)
Maximum Power 115PS (114bhp) at 9400rpm
Maximum Torque 100Nm (74ft.lbf) at 6250rpm

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