Triumph launches its all-new adventure-sport bike for Indian roads

author_img Vikram Gour Published :  19th February 2021 08:44 PM   |   Published :   |  19th February 2021 08:44 PM

Tiger 850 Sport

Triumph has launched a new variant of their successful Tiger range of premium motorbikes in India. Christened as the Tiger 850 Sport, this bike is more road-focused than the other adventure bikes in the line-up which includes the Tiger 900 Rally Pro, Rally and GT.

Designed to give you that thrill of an adventure bike, yet double up as an easy bike for your daily commute, the Tiger 850 Sport is a bike that undoubtedly turns heads. It has an aggressive design and stance and comes fitted with a ton of equipment that ensures you get the very best out of this bike. Powering the 850 Sport is an 850cc triple engine that offers outstanding tractability at low revs and delivers a peak power output of 85 PS and 82 Nm of peak torque. The engine shares the same T- plane crank that can be found on the latest Tiger 900 as well. The unique engine configuration not only offers a distinct sound but also ensures that the rider gets a responsive engine throughout the rpm range.

Tailored to deliver an amazing ride experience while retaining its versatility, the Tiger 850 Sport comes equipped with Brembo Stylema brakes, a high-quality Marzocchi suspension, an adjustable screen, a 5-inch TFT instrument panel, all LED lighting, 2 riding modes, ABS and switchable traction control. Even though it is optimized for the road, this variant can deal with a bit of dirt as well. Built on a new generation lightweight modular frame, the Tiger 850 Sport has been optimized for weight as well, which makes it easy to tackle corners. The narrow seat, ergonomically position footrests and adjustable handlebars also allow the rider to set up the bike to their liking and find that ideal position. Topping it off, it comes with a large 20 litre fuel tank that ensures you can go the distance on this machine!

The Triumph Tiger 850 Sport is priced at INR 11.95 lakh.