In 2021, Triumph has been busy. It released a few new models to its current lineup and teased the world with what it might have in store for the future.
While we patiently await whatever that might be, let’s take a look at what you can expect from the British manufacturer this year.
The latest teaser published on Triumph’s social media platforms features the new Tiger 1200 in motion. This time, it is moving down asphalt rather than dirt.
Ricky Carmichael has plenty of street cred. After all, he is the five-time 450 cc AMA Supercross champion.
And if that’s not enough street cred for you, then the fact that Triumph Motorcycles tapped him to be one of its motocross development riders should help matters.
With advancements in motorcycle technology, there are many styles of riding available to the masses.
It may seem that this is a new phenomenon, but Triumph has been motoring enthusiasts to say they can ride anything since its formation over the years.
It brings us to the latest Tiger 1200 teaser, which shows that the Brit will take comfort touring to an extreme.
In Triumph’s most recent teaser video, the Tiger 1200 is tackling a series of sweeping curves and straights on a winding country road.
The British marque has been coy about its 2018 Tiger so far, only hinting at its more significant displacement and greater power.
However, it’s clear from this new video that it won’t be just a normal ADV with performance parts.
Triumph is billing it as an ‘adventure sports bike’ – not an adventure touring platform – meaning that this machine will certainly have sportbike characteristics.
And KTM and Ducati already have high end radar-assisted adaptive cruise control in 1290 Super Adventure S and Multistrada V4 S.
We are not sure if Triumph may adopt radar-assisted adaptive cruise control.
However, we expect to see the new Tiger 1200 at this years EICMA.