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triumph tiger 1050

Triumph Tiger 1050 is the successor to the Triumph Tiger 955i produced by Triumph Motorcycles and manufactured at Hinckley, England. Name of the bike is in line with the history of Triumph famous for producing sporting bikes with single or twin cylinder and with the capacity ranging from 350cc to 750cc. The Tiger 1050 is possessed with engine previously found in the Tiger for dual purpose. This bike is more oriented to sport/street genre and is easily spotted with the 17” wheels. Four piston radial front stoppers and the floating discs are the features that indicate towards the 1050 as a sport bike. Tiger has gone through several model changes and they included the T400 with 885cc from 1993 to 1998, T709 with 885cc fuel injected from 1999-2000, T709EN 995cc fuel injected into 2001 to 2006 and since 2007 the 1050 with 1,050cc fuel injected. The latest bike has a 6-speed X ring chain transmission. 

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