Triumph Motorcycles has pulled the wraps off the special-edition variants of its middleweight adventure tourers – the Tiger 900 Rally and the Tiger 900 GT. Touted as the Tiger 900 Aragon Edition, the limited-run models have been unveiled in the international market to mark the Trail category victory by Spanish motorcycle racer Ivan Cervantes at the 38th annual Baja Espana Aragon event in 2022. Both special-edition bikes receive styling upgrades over their respective standard versions, including a triple-toned colour scheme. The Tiger 900 Rally Aragon Edition is finished in Matte Phantom Black, Matte Graphite, and Crystal White colours that are accompanied by Racing Yellow accents, while the Tiger 900 GT Aragon Edition is adorned with Diablo Red, Matte Phantom Black, and Crystal White colours. Furthermore, the Aragon Edition models flaunt pronounced 'Tiger' and 'Aragon Edition' branding.
It is worth noting that the UK-based motorcycle manufacturer is also offering 65 optional accessories for customisation. The Aragon Edition will be offered on sale in limited numbers.
Triumph Tiger 900 Aragon Edition: Powertrain Details
Powering the Tiger 900 Aragon Edition is the same 888cc, inline, 3-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Power and torque figures are rated at 93.9bhp at 8,750rpm and 87Nm of torque at 7,250rpm.
Triumph Tiger 900 Aragon Edition: Cycle Parts
The Tiger 900 GT is suspended with the help of Marzocchi inverted front forks and a rear mono-shock. It uses a tubular steel frame with a bolt-on subframe and rides on a 19-inch front and a 17-inch rear alloy wheel. The Tiger 900 Rally, on the other hand, sits on 21-inch front and 17-inch rear spoked wheels. This bike gets a Showa suspension set-up and Brembo Stylema brake callipers.
Triumph Tiger 900 Aragon Edition: India Launch Details
The Tiger 900 Aragon Edition is already listed on the company's India website after it made its debut in the international market. This suggests that this edition will go on sale in the Indian market as well, the pricing of which will be announced soon.
Triumph Speed 400 Now Has a 4-Month Waiting Period
The Triumph Speed 400 currently has a long waiting period of about 10 to 16 weeks, depending on the location. Customers who have booked the bike from the dealers are being informed of this. However, this waiting period is expected to go down once more Triumph dealerships are opened by Bajaj in India. The company recently launched the bike at an appealing price of Rs 2.23 lakh (ex-showroom). Within a few days of its launch, the newly launched bike received more than 10,000 bookings.