Triumph Motorcycles India is on a roll with new products, and the motorcycle maker is gearing up to launch the Tiger 900 Aragon Edition soon. The upcoming Triumph Tiger 900 Aragon Edition has been listed on the company’s Indian website shortly after its global debut. The special edition will be offered alongside the Tiger 900 Rally Pro and Tiger 900 GT Pro variants, and celebrates Ivan Cervantes’ off-road class win at the 38th annual Baja Espana Aragon.
The new Aragon Edition brings a visual upgrade to the bike compared to the standard Triumph Tiger 900. The Tiger 900 Rally Aragon Edition special edition motorcycle is available in a tri-color livery of Matte Phantom Black, Matte Graphite and Crystal White. Racing yellow highlights on the front beak, radiator shrouds and fuel tank further complement the color scheme. These bikes also feature more prominent Tiger and Aragon Edition branding on the bodywork and tank bumpers.
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The Triumph Tiger 900 GT Aragon Edition is available in Diablo Red, Matte Phantom Black and Crystal White. The Tiger and Aragon editions feature prominent branding on the bodywork. The GT version has no crash bars. Both bikes come with over 65 optional accessories for personalization.
Both variants of the Triumph Tiger 900 Aragon Edition will draw power from an 888 cc inline three-cylinder liquid-cooled engine developing 94 bhp at 8,750 rpm and 87 Nm of peak torque at 7,250 rpm, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The bike features a tubular steel frame with a bolt-on subframe, and GT versions feature 19-inch front and 17-inch rear alloy wheels. The bike is equipped with Marzocchi USD forks and a rear monoshock.
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In the Tiger 900 Rally, the bike comes with 21-inch front spoked wheels and 17-inch rear spoked wheels with Showa suspension. Braking performance comes from Brembo Stylema calipers. Pricing for the Triumph Tiger 900 Aragon Edition is expected to be announced in a few days.
First published date: Jul 21, 2023 at 10:32 AM CST