Adrian's Triumph Tiger 1050 pages
My Triumph Tiger 1050 - Bought new July 2007 and sold Oct 2012
I had owned over 60 bikes and my Triumph Tiger 1050 was my 3rd new road bike and the best until I bought my new Tiger Explorer. A great engine,
torquey, super smooth, bags of triple character and fast. I could commute, tour, ride track days and venture off road all on one machine. The upright
riding position combined with a comfy seat and 50+ mpg gave a 190 mile range to provide long distance riding. Much sportier than my previous Tiger
955i. I bought my Tiger new from Ling's of Ipswich in July 2007. They offered me a great price to trade-in my Tiger 955i. I owned my Tiger 1050 5 years
and rode over 32,000 miles with no faults to report. All cleaned and polished my Tiger still looked like new.
Accessories like the Crash-bars, Handguards, Krauser Panniers and Remus silencer absolutely transformed the look of my bike. I think the effect was
stunning, but then I'm biased. The only downside is the cadmium plated oil pipes on the front of the engine which looked shabby.
|The Tiger 1050 really can be ridden off road. I have ridden all over Europe and Anatolia on unsurfaced roads
|3 pictures of my Tiger 1050 without panniers, pannier frames only and ready to tour
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Last updated 20 December 2018
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