Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally Pro: a model of dynamic versatility [VIDEO]

The new Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally Pro is one of the advanced versions of a range animated by a new three-cylinder engine with T-Plane shaft. This includes the GT models and also the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer versions equipped with a 30-liter tank , compared to the 20-liter one combined with the other models. The model stars in a video proposed by Official Triumph Motorcycles on YouTube.  Dry and sculpted design  A project designed to travel and explore. A dynamism also favored by lightness, another important aspect, given that a given content of over 25 kg is underlined compared to the previous generation and up to 17 kg less compared to the main competing model, with comparable specifications and final shaft drive.  The dimensions are generally merged, the light pattern that characterizes the front optical groups, the surfaces and the mechanical part appear connotative, such as the setting of the chassis. Also underlined the central part of the vehicle and the development of the saddle, aspects that facilitate the support of the feet on the ground.  For Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally Pro and Rally Explorerwe highlight the shades Sapphire Black , Matt Khaki and Snowdonia White . Instead the Tiger 1200 GT is associated with the Snowdonia White coloring , while for the Tiger 1200 GT Pro and GT Explorer models in addition to the Snowdonia White also the Sapphire Black and Lucerne Blue colors .  GT models feature 19-inch front and 18-inch rear spoked wheels, while Rally models feature tubeless spoke wheels with a 21-inch front .  According to the information they areover 50 original accessories that can be combined, including luggage transport programs with new Trekker bags in plastic material with a topcase with a capacity of 52 liters to store two full-face helmets and a backrest, or the new aluminum bags with Expedition top loading, in which there is a 42-liter topcase to which a backrest in aluminum or black shades is always attached.    Solutions and technique  At the front there is an adjustable windshield even while driving, moreover the position of the handlebar is optimized considering the specificities of the models. There is a width greater than 20 millimeters compared to the previous one and on the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer specimens it is more raised by 16 mm. The handguards are present throughout the overview, while the aluminum protections are distinguishable in design and extension on the GT and Rally models. There are additional protective elements for the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer models with engine protection bars, also extended to the tank in the case of the Tiger 1200 Rally Explorer. According to the indications, they can be inserted later on models that do not have them as standard.  As mentioned, the integrated LED daytime lighting signature is distinctive and there is also an Adaptive Cornering Lights solution, a cornering function sensitive to the angle of inclination present on all versions except the Tiger 1200 GT model, which does not also include heated grips. , central stand and a Hill Hold function that prevents the vehicle from moving backwards in the event of an uphill start.  Various associated technological solutions including a seven-inch TFT color instrument panel with specific graphics to be associated with a My Triumph Connectivity System. Based on the specimen, there can be up to six driving modes with interventions on delivery and response, in addition to the action of other solutions. In Rain mode, thrust is electronically limited to 100 horsepower. On Tiger 1200 Rally Pro and Rally Explorer the programs indicated are: Road , Rain , Sport , Rider-customizable , Off-Road and Off-Road Pro. The Off-Road Pro mode represents the most extreme mapping for off-road use, with the deactivation of ABS and traction control, also optimizing the stress of the engine.  The Cornering Traction Control itself is optimized and included as standard in each version and, through the data collected by the IMU platform, finalizes the intervention parameters of the system according to the chosen mode. In addition, for the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer variants, together with other combined solutions, there is also a new and exclusive Triumph Blind Spot Radar system, developed together with Continental, to which the Blind Spot Assist and Lane Change Assist functions are associated.    The weight relief of the new project also appears to be linked to the choice of aluminum to develop the tank and the bi-arm rear swingarm with tri-link technology.  A more compact and light frame of 5.4 kg is emphasized compared to the previous one, which is associated with a bolted rear section. The models are also equipped with an under-saddle mechanism that allows the quick fixing of the seat on two different heights, with a variation of 20 mm.  The suspension part is made up of the latest generation Showa semi-active electronic solutions with dedicated settings and on all models there is a Brembo Stylema® braking system. Also indicate Magura HC-1 adjustable levers.  Finally, the triple 1,160 cc engine is characterized by a T-plane configuration with ignition of the three cylinders at irregular intervals. Nine more horsepower is indicated, reaching a peak of 150 horsepower at 9,000 rpm and a higher torque of 8 Nm by touching 130 Nm at 7,000 rpm.

The new Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally Pro is one of the advanced versions of a range animated by a new three-cylinder engine with T-Plane shaft. This includes the GT models and also the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer versions equipped with a 30-liter tank , compared to the 20-liter one combined with the other models. The model stars in a video proposed by Official Triumph Motorcycles on YouTube.

Dry and sculpted design

A project designed to travel and explore. A dynamism also favored by lightness, another important aspect, given that a given content of over 25 kg is underlined compared to the previous generation and up to 17 kg less compared to the main competing model, with comparable specifications and final shaft drive.

The dimensions are generally merged, the light pattern that characterizes the front optical groups, the surfaces and the mechanical part appear connotative, such as the setting of the chassis. Also underlined the central part of the vehicle and the development of the saddle, aspects that facilitate the support of the feet on the ground.

For Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally Pro and Rally Explorerwe highlight the shades Sapphire Black , Matt Khaki and Snowdonia White . Instead the Tiger 1200 GT is associated with the Snowdonia White coloring , while for the Tiger 1200 GT Pro and GT Explorer models in addition to the Snowdonia White also the Sapphire Black and Lucerne Blue colors .

GT models feature 19-inch front and 18-inch rear spoked wheels, while Rally models feature tubeless spoke wheels with a 21-inch front .

According to the information they areover 50 original accessories that can be combined, including luggage transport programs with new Trekker bags in plastic material with a topcase with a capacity of 52 liters to store two full-face helmets and a backrest, or the new aluminum bags with Expedition top loading, in which there is a 42-liter topcase to which a backrest in aluminum or black shades is always attached.

Solutions and technique

At the front there is an adjustable windshield even while driving, moreover the position of the handlebar is optimized considering the specificities of the models. There is a width greater than 20 millimeters compared to the previous one and on the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer specimens it is more raised by 16 mm. The handguards are present throughout the overview, while the aluminum protections are distinguishable in design and extension on the GT and Rally models. There are additional protective elements for the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer models with engine protection bars, also extended to the tank in the case of the Tiger 1200 Rally Explorer. According to the indications, they can be inserted later on models that do not have them as standard.

As mentioned, the integrated LED daytime lighting signature is distinctive and there is also an Adaptive Cornering Lights solution, a cornering function sensitive to the angle of inclination present on all versions except the Tiger 1200 GT model, which does not also include heated grips. , central stand and a Hill Hold function that prevents the vehicle from moving backwards in the event of an uphill start.

Various associated technological solutions including a seven-inch TFT color instrument panel with specific graphics to be associated with a My Triumph Connectivity System. Based on the specimen, there can be up to six driving modes with interventions on delivery and response, in addition to the action of other solutions. In Rain mode, thrust is electronically limited to 100 horsepower. On Tiger 1200 Rally Pro and Rally Explorer the programs indicated are: Road , Rain , Sport , Rider-customizable , Off-Road and Off-Road Pro. The Off-Road Pro mode represents the most extreme mapping for off-road use, with the deactivation of ABS and traction control, also optimizing the stress of the engine.

The Cornering Traction Control itself is optimized and included as standard in each version and, through the data collected by the IMU platform, finalizes the intervention parameters of the system according to the chosen mode. In addition, for the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer variants, together with other combined solutions, there is also a new and exclusive Triumph Blind Spot Radar system, developed together with Continental, to which the Blind Spot Assist and Lane Change Assist functions are associated.

The new Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally Pro is one of the advanced versions of a range animated by a new three-cylinder engine with T-Plane shaft. This includes the GT models and also the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer versions equipped with a 30-liter tank , compared to the 20-liter one combined with the other models. The model stars in a video proposed by Official Triumph Motorcycles on YouTube.  Dry and sculpted design  A project designed to travel and explore. A dynamism also favored by lightness, another important aspect, given that a given content of over 25 kg is underlined compared to the previous generation and up to 17 kg less compared to the main competing model, with comparable specifications and final shaft drive.  The dimensions are generally merged, the light pattern that characterizes the front optical groups, the surfaces and the mechanical part appear connotative, such as the setting of the chassis. Also underlined the central part of the vehicle and the development of the saddle, aspects that facilitate the support of the feet on the ground.  For Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally Pro and Rally Explorerwe highlight the shades Sapphire Black , Matt Khaki and Snowdonia White . Instead the Tiger 1200 GT is associated with the Snowdonia White coloring , while for the Tiger 1200 GT Pro and GT Explorer models in addition to the Snowdonia White also the Sapphire Black and Lucerne Blue colors .  GT models feature 19-inch front and 18-inch rear spoked wheels, while Rally models feature tubeless spoke wheels with a 21-inch front .  According to the information they areover 50 original accessories that can be combined, including luggage transport programs with new Trekker bags in plastic material with a topcase with a capacity of 52 liters to store two full-face helmets and a backrest, or the new aluminum bags with Expedition top loading, in which there is a 42-liter topcase to which a backrest in aluminum or black shades is always attached.    Solutions and technique  At the front there is an adjustable windshield even while driving, moreover the position of the handlebar is optimized considering the specificities of the models. There is a width greater than 20 millimeters compared to the previous one and on the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer specimens it is more raised by 16 mm. The handguards are present throughout the overview, while the aluminum protections are distinguishable in design and extension on the GT and Rally models. There are additional protective elements for the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer models with engine protection bars, also extended to the tank in the case of the Tiger 1200 Rally Explorer. According to the indications, they can be inserted later on models that do not have them as standard.  As mentioned, the integrated LED daytime lighting signature is distinctive and there is also an Adaptive Cornering Lights solution, a cornering function sensitive to the angle of inclination present on all versions except the Tiger 1200 GT model, which does not also include heated grips. , central stand and a Hill Hold function that prevents the vehicle from moving backwards in the event of an uphill start.  Various associated technological solutions including a seven-inch TFT color instrument panel with specific graphics to be associated with a My Triumph Connectivity System. Based on the specimen, there can be up to six driving modes with interventions on delivery and response, in addition to the action of other solutions. In Rain mode, thrust is electronically limited to 100 horsepower. On Tiger 1200 Rally Pro and Rally Explorer the programs indicated are: Road , Rain , Sport , Rider-customizable , Off-Road and Off-Road Pro. The Off-Road Pro mode represents the most extreme mapping for off-road use, with the deactivation of ABS and traction control, also optimizing the stress of the engine.  The Cornering Traction Control itself is optimized and included as standard in each version and, through the data collected by the IMU platform, finalizes the intervention parameters of the system according to the chosen mode. In addition, for the GT Explorer and Rally Explorer variants, together with other combined solutions, there is also a new and exclusive Triumph Blind Spot Radar system, developed together with Continental, to which the Blind Spot Assist and Lane Change Assist functions are associated.    The weight relief of the new project also appears to be linked to the choice of aluminum to develop the tank and the bi-arm rear swingarm with tri-link technology.  A more compact and light frame of 5.4 kg is emphasized compared to the previous one, which is associated with a bolted rear section. The models are also equipped with an under-saddle mechanism that allows the quick fixing of the seat on two different heights, with a variation of 20 mm.  The suspension part is made up of the latest generation Showa semi-active electronic solutions with dedicated settings and on all models there is a Brembo Stylema® braking system. Also indicate Magura HC-1 adjustable levers.  Finally, the triple 1,160 cc engine is characterized by a T-plane configuration with ignition of the three cylinders at irregular intervals. Nine more horsepower is indicated, reaching a peak of 150 horsepower at 9,000 rpm and a higher torque of 8 Nm by touching 130 Nm at 7,000 rpm.

The weight relief of the new project also appears to be linked to the choice of aluminum to develop the tank and the bi-arm rear swingarm with tri-link technology.

A more compact and light frame of 5.4 kg is emphasized compared to the previous one, which is associated with a bolted rear section. The models are also equipped with an under-saddle mechanism that allows the quick fixing of the seat on two different heights, with a variation of 20 mm.

The suspension part is made up of the latest generation Showa semi-active electronic solutions with dedicated settings and on all models there is a Brembo Stylema® braking system. Also indicate Magura HC-1 adjustable levers.

Finally, the triple 1,160 cc engine is characterized by a T-plane configuration with ignition of the three cylinders at irregular intervals. Nine more horsepower is indicated, reaching a peak of 150 horsepower at 9,000 rpm and a higher torque of 8 Nm by touching 130 Nm at 7,000 rpm.

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