Triumph Tiger 900 can be ridden with an A2 licence

Triumph Tiger 900 photo
Triumph Tiger 900 photo
Power to weight
0.17 kW/kg
Stock power
61 kW
Restriction required
43 % To restrict to 35kW
The original Tiger 900, manufactured by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd was introduced in 1993 and remained in production with minor improvements until 1998. Known to its fans as the 'Steamer', a nickname identifying it as a Hinckley Tiger, not a Meriden Tiger, and also distinguishing it as a carburettor, not fuel injected engine, this 885 cc dual sport motorcycle sold in comparatively small numbers in its native UK, but with some relative success in the USA and continental Europe, particularly Germany. <a href="">Read more &rarr;</a>
By Triumph (1993 - 1998)
Type Touring Dual sport Adventure
Triumph Tiger 900 Specifications
Year 1,993
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Restrictor required Yes
Engine configuration Inline 3
Combustion cycle 4 stroke
Average fuel consumption (MPG) 44
Fuel tank range (Miles) 230
Weight 209
Torque output (Lb/Ft) 61
Fuel tank size (Litres) 24
Power output (BHP) 84
Seat height (MM) 850
Engine size 885
Top speed (MPH) 119
Power output (Kw) 61
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