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TRIUMPH REVEALS NEW TIGER 1200 UPDATES FOR 2024
Triumph Motorcycles has revealed new features and enhancements for its Tiger 1200 family for 2024, making the range even more advanced and refined.
TRIUMPH UNLEASHES THE TIGER 1200 RALLY PRO RANGE IN AUSTRALIA
RAW Tigers documents Triumph Motorcycles Australia's exhilarating five-day journey, covering over 2000km from Adelaide to Mildura via the breathtaking Flinders Ranges with the Tiger 1200 Rally Pro and Tiger 1200 Rally Pro Explorer.
RICKY CARMICHAEL'S SUMMER ADVENTURE 2023
Each year Ricky Carmichael inspires motorcycle fans around the world by taking on an epic summer adventure.
IVÁN CERVANTES CLAIMS GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ TITLE
Iván Cervantes, 5x Enduro World Champion and Triumph Global Ambassador, has officially claimed the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for the 'greatest distance on a motorcycle in 24 hours (individual)’.
TIGER 1200 | A TRANSCONTINENTAL TRIP
Piotr Ganczarski and Tobiasz Kukieła are two Polish Motorcycle Journalists who are not afraid of adventures and love to discover new places. Although both Piotr and Tobiasz have visited lots of the world, the British Isles remain an undiscovered section of Europe for both.
THE ULTIMATE ADVENTURE
Triumph brought together 4 Tiger owners who are amongst the most seasoned off-road adventure riders in India, and gave them a simple brief - have fun with the all new Tiger 1200, push it to its maximum potential; all of this in one of the toughest terrains in India.
TIGER 1200 EPIC ADVENTURE – A 3000KM JOURNEY ACROSS JAPAN
Triumph’s Tiger 1200 is an adventure bike that knows no limit and has yet again left its mark on history. In October 2022, Triumph Japan held the "Tiger 1200 Cross Country Rally" across the Japanese archipelago.
TIGER 1200 | BALKANS REGION EPIC ADVENTURE
Triumph’s Tiger 1200 is built for all roads, making it the perfect companion for any adventure. Two brothers, Marcin and Sebastian took two Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally Explorers on an epic adventure through the Balkans, covering 3,500 kilometres on and off the beaten track.