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2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer - VOTED: Cool

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Jan 13, 2012 6:22 am

2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer

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2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer

Brand new for 2012 is the Tiger Explorer, a flagship model for Triumph's Adventure range.

Building upon 2011's phenomenally successful Tiger 800 models, the Tiger Explorer is powered by an all-new, shaft-driven, three-cylinder engine in excess of 1200cc, delivering class-leading performance to the adventure touring class.

The Tiger Explorer debuts Triumph's new 'ride-by-wire' throttle system and includes cruise control, switchable ABS and traction control as standard. The high specification continues in the chassis department with a strong steel chassis and cast alloy wheels, 19" front and 17" rear, the latter showcased thanks to the stylish single-sided swingarm.

A suite of accessories have also been developed for the Tiger Explorer's launch with hard and soft luggage, low and high seat options and a wide range of heated and electrical accessories which can be run simultaneously thanks to the Tiger Explorer's best-in-class 950w generator.

Tiger Explorer. All-new bike. All-new excitement.

The ultimate choice for the long haul adventurer. Class-leading handling. The journey doesn’t have to end when the Tarmac does. Brand new, 1215cc engine, with shaft drive of course. A Triumph to take on the world.

The Tiger Explorer brings a whole new level of performance and specification to the adventure touring sector.

The thoroughly modern powerplant utilises a new ride-by-wire electronic throttle system, allowing Triumph engineers to endow the Tiger Explorer with a number of high-tech rider aids for added rider safety and comfort. Cruise control, traction control and ABS are all standard fitment on the Tiger Explorer. A tough shaft drive system has been developed for the Tiger Explorer, allowing virtually maintenance free touring, and the latest Triumph has been designed to go 10,000 miles between servicing – ideal for those long distance adventures.

Triumph’s reputation for delivering best-in-class handling continues with the Tiger Explorer, which offers a combination of excellent low-speed balance and composed high speed capability. The strong tubular steel trellis frame bears a strong visual resemblance to other models in the Triumph family, while the single-sided rear swingarm showcases the 17” 10-spoke rear wheel. Adjustable 46mm front forks allow the rider to tailor the Tiger Explorer to their individual needs and riding conditions, with the long-travel suspension and 19” front wheel giving the Tiger Explorer the capability to cope with unpaved roads.

All-new instrumentation and switchgear is both comprehensive and intuitive. The LCD instrument pack is thumb operated via switches on the handlebars and features a comprehensive onboard computer, including an ambient air temperature indicator with ice warning. The instrumentation also comes pre-configured for Triumph’s tyre pressure monitoring system, available as an optional accessory.

A comprehensive range of accessories is headlined by high quality luggage developed especially for the Tiger Explorer. The two-box pannier system provides 60 litres of luggage space, while the top box offers a further 35 litres of capacity, enough for a full-face helmet.




TRIUMPH TIGER EXPLORER

- All-new adventure touring model for 2012
- Brand new 1215cc three cylinder engine delivering class leading 137PS
- Cruise control, traction control and switchable ABS as standard
- Durable, low maintenance shaft final drive
- Adjustable rider ergonomics with user variable seat, screen and handlebar positions
- Class-leading 10,000 mile/one year service interval
- Coded key immobiliser as standard
- Wide range of official accessories available for even greater comfort and practicality
- Standard two-year unlimited mileage warranty

One year after setting a new standard with the Tiger 800 comes Triumph’s flagship entry to the adventure touring sector – the Tiger Explorer. Powered by an all-new 1215cc three-cylinder engine producing a class-leading 137PS with 121Nm of torque for effortless overtaking combined with an exciting top end growl, the Tiger Explorer sports a high-specification that will see it bring
a new level of excitement to the adventure touring class.

The thoroughly modern powerplant utilises a new ride-by-wire electronic throttle system, allowing Triumph engineers to endow the Tiger Explorer with a number of high-tech rider aids for added rider safety and comfort. Cruise control, traction control and switchable ABS are all standard fitment on the Tiger Explorer, while a tough shaft drive system has been developed for the Tiger Explorer, allowing virtually maintenance free touring. The latest Triumph has also been designed to go 10,000 miles between servicing – ideal for those long distance adventures.

Having been designed for day long, mile crunching capability, rider and pillion comfort are at the heart of the Tiger Explorer’s philosophy. The rider position is easily adjustable, with the standard saddle offering either an 840mm or 860mm seat height, with accessory high and low seat options also available, while both the screen and handlebar positions are highly adjustable to suit the individual rider preferences. The pillion hasn’t been forgotten about either, with a wide and comfortable seat equipped with large grab handles for comfort and security, while the 20 litre fuel tank ensures infrequent stops en route.

Triumph’s reputation for delivering best-in-class handling continues with the Tiger Explorer, which offers a combination of excellent low-speed balance and composed high speed capability, creating a dynamic ride over and above that expected from an adventure tourer.

The strong tubular steel trellis frame bears a strong visual resemblance to other models in the Triumph family, while the single-sided rear swingarm showcases the 17” 10-spoke rear wheel. Adjustable 46mm front forks allow the rider to tailor the Tiger Explorer to their individual needs and riding conditions, with the longtravel suspension and 19” front wheel giving the Tiger Explorer the capability to cope with unpaved roads. Stopping the Tiger Explorer are 305mm discs gripped by powerful four-piston calipers, mated to Triumph’s electronic ABS system, which can be switched off for riding on unpaved surfaces.

All-new instrumentation and switchgear is both comprehensive and intuitive. The LCD instrument pack is thumb operated via switches on the handlebars and features a comprehensive onboard computer, including an ambient air temperature indicator with ice warning, fuel consumption and average speed displays. The instrumentation also comes pre-configured for Triumph’s tyre pressure monitoring system, available as an optional accessory, while a codedkey immobiliser comes as standard equipment.

A comprehensive range of accessories is headlined by a high quality luggage range. The two-box pannier system provides 60 litres of luggage space, while the top box offers a further 35 litres of capacity, enough for a full-face helmet.

A best-in-class 950w generator has been fitted to the Tiger Explorer to facilitate the simultaneous running of multiple electrical accessories. Among the official accessories available are heated rider and pillion seats, heated grips, high power fog lights and a top box with integrated power supply for charging on the move.

The bike also comes fitted with a power socket situated close to the ignition, which can be used to power a GPS unit or items of heated clothing.

Three colour options are available for the 2012 Tiger Explorer: Sapphire Blue, Graphite and Phantom Black.

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2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer - US Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: $15,699 USD
Canada MSRP Price: $17,499 CDN

Engine and Transmission
Type Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line three-cylinder
Capacity 1215cc
Bore/Stroke 85 x 71.4mm
Fuel System Drive by wire, fuel injection
Exhaust Stainless steel 3 into 1 , side mounted stainless steel silencer
Final Drive Shaft
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 6-speed
Oil Capacity 4.0 litres (1.1 US gals)
Chassis, Running Gear and Displays
Frame Tubular steel trellis frame
Swingarm Single-sided, cast aluminium alloy with shaft drive
Wheel Front Cast aluminium alloy 10-spoke 19 x 2.5in
Rear Cast aluminium alloy 10-spoke 17 x 4.0in
Tire Front 110/80 R 19
Rear 150/70 R 17
Suspension Front Kayaba 46mm upside down forks, 190mm travel
Rear Kayaba monoshock with remote oil reservoir, hydraulically adjustable preload, rebound damping adjustment, 194mm rear wheel travel
Brakes Front "Twin 305mm floating discs, Nissin 4-piston calipers, Switchable ABS
Rear Single 282mm disc, Nissin 2-piston sliding caliper, Switchable ABS
Instrument Display/Functions LCD instrument pack with digital speedometer, analogue tachometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, range to empty, service indicator, clock, air temperature, frost warning, hazard warning lights, trip computer, Tyre pressure monitoring system
Dimensions and Capacities
Length 2248mm/88.4in
Width (handlebars) 962mm
Height without mirrors 1410mm/55.5in
Seat Height 837mm/32.9in - 857mm/33.7in
Wheelbase 1530mm/60.2in
Rake/Trail 23.9 degree/105.5mm
Fuel Tank Capacity / Efficiency 20 litres/5.3 US gals
Wet Weight (ready to ride) 259kg/570lbs
Performance (measured at crankshaft to 95/1/EC)
Maximum Power 137PS/135bhp/101kW @ 9000rpm
Maximum Torque 121Nm/89 ft.lbs @ 6400rpm




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Re: This Week: 2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer - VOTE NOW!

Unread post by jstark47 » Fri Jan 13, 2012 8:20 am

I think Triumph better change their "go your own way" slogan to "go BMW's way"!!
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Re: This Week: 2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer - VOTE NOW!

Unread post by stuartlee » Sat Jan 14, 2012 11:20 am

it is looking very cool as it's color also indicates that so i thought "cool" would be apt for it.

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Re: This Week: 2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer - VOTE NOW!

Unread post by Grey Thumper » Mon Jan 16, 2012 3:20 am

I'm game for any (seemingly) comfortable and versatile bike, and it's nice to see a Triumph triple in this class. Wish it didn't look so derivative though. Triumph has such a distinct heritage, they don't need to ape Ze Germans. Even just not having that totally unnecessary beak would help.
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Re: This Week: 2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer - VOTE NOW!

Unread post by High_Side » Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:03 am

I sat on one at a recent motorcycle show and it is a heavy beast. The "capability for unpaved roads" piece is a bit of a stretch. My VFR would have the same "capability" (in a much lighter bike), but it would really not be an enjoyable experience. What this bike is, is a big semi-sport tourer that is trying to sell "adventure". This doesn't mean that it is a bad street-bike, but the marketing guys are trying to sell you something that you really shouldn't plan on using.

Other than that it is a nice looking touring bike.....

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Re: This Week: 2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer - VOTE NOW!

Unread post by mogster » Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:25 am

Triumph are hedging their bets here & might have made a mistake by trying to put too many specs on one model.

Is it an adventure bike? As said above it seems a bit heavy & cluttered for that. Also whilst I welcome attention to pillion comfort, having done many miles on the back of the Rocket, what true adventurer would set out with a passenger?

As a tourer it might work but I suspect it might struggle against other brands already in the market.

I also think the adjustable seat/bars height is a good sales feature as Tigers are quite high (as most adventure bikes) so this may well allow a broader range of customers.

It is totally against my instincts to fail a Triumph triple but I really am not sure about this one.

On consideration I will give it a cool vote - it IS a new Triumph triple & they ARE trying, just hope they are not trying too hard :lol:
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Re: This Week: 2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer - VOTE NOW!

Unread post by madjak30 » Mon Jan 16, 2012 11:37 am

mogster wrote:Is it an adventure bike? As said above it seems a bit heavy & cluttered for that. Also whilst I welcome attention to pillion comfort, having done many miles on the back of the Rocket, what true adventurer would set out with a passenger?

As a tourer it might work but I suspect it might struggle against other brands already in the market.

On consideration I will give it a cool vote - it IS a new Triumph triple & they ARE trying, just hope they are not trying too hard :lol:
I think it depends on YOUR definition of adventure...if you see adventure as single track and knarley off roading as adventure, then no...but either are the other bikes in the segment...even a KLR, DR650 or XR650 are heavy for that kind of work...but if you see adventure as not being afraid of travelling down a gravel or packed dirt road in comfort, then I think it is inline with what is offered by others...as for offering too much on one bike, look at the bikes that are selling...the more options that are on it, the quicker it moves off the show room floor...

I voted cool...would have been awesome, but I don't think you need 1200cc...I would purchase the 800 and be happier with the extra cash in my jeans, better fuel consumption and lighter weight...

I was more impressed by the new Honda NC700X that was on display at the bike show, since I just want something that has more suspension and better range...that will get a test ride when it hits the dealer...and yes, I know the Versys is a similar concept, as well as the V Stroms...but there is just something I like about the Honda... :|

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Unread post by dr_bar » Mon Jan 16, 2012 5:36 pm

Although I'd probabbly never buy one, I've come to like the adventure style of bike and to respect their capabilities.

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Unread post by jstark47 » Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:43 pm

As someone with two Triumphs, I'm going to be contrary and vote uncool. This bike is HEAVY. It's heavier than my Trophy 1200, and that's a heavy pig itself. It's a shaftie and it doesn't need to be. It's ugly, uglier than the Tiger 1050 and that was no beauty queen. It's expensive - it's in the same class as my V-strom DL1000, costs almost $16K, and weighs almost 100 lbs more. Would I spend all that money to replace the V-strom with a heavier bike? Nah. :dontgetit:
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Unread post by jstark47 » Thu Jan 19, 2012 9:40 pm

I'm going to the international motorcycle show in New York tomorrow, and assume I'll see and sit on this bike there. So maybe I'll have a different opinion by this time tomorrow.......... stay tuned!
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Unread post by sunshine229 » Fri Jan 20, 2012 5:04 am

For the first time a long time, I had to click the "uncool" button...

I can't see how this size and weight of bike makes it useful as a full adventure bike. My first thought was, "how easy is that bike going to be to clean once you've taken it on a real adventure?" It looks to me to have a fairly intricate design which makes it look cool but seems a bit impractical. On top of it all, who needs a 1200cc adventure bike?

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Re: This Week: 2012 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer - VOTE NOW!

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Jan 20, 2012 5:24 am

I voted: Uncool

This was really a hard decision for me, in fact I think this was the hardest bike to vote for since we started the Cool Wall and I actually changed my vote 3 times before settling on uncool (cool, uncool and fail).

Cool points: I really love the blue color of the bike and it's "don't mess with me" look. Plus the engine and power are right up there in my books. 10,000 mile service? Bring it on!!

Uncool points: How many hours do I have to spend cleaning the mud/dirt from the frame? Seriously?!

Fail points: Almost 600lb in weight for an off roader? Really? That's just way too heavy and it's quite top heavy as well (from what I've read). I just can't see this as an off-roader... a touring bike sure, it would be like a big comfy Buick on the road, but off road (other than in the desert), no thanks. Plus those tires need to be changed for more serious rubber to take that on as well.

Good try Triumph, you are adding another Adverture choice to your lineup... but I'd love to see a video of someone taking it off road...

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jstark47 wrote:I'm going to the international motorcycle show in New York tomorrow, and assume I'll see and sit on this bike there. So maybe I'll have a different opinion by this time tomorrow.......... stay tuned!
I went to the show today. I sat on it. It's heavy. The Tiger 800 is a cool bike - this one, not so much.
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jstark47 wrote: I went to the show today.
Did you see the Ducati Panigale? :mrgreen: What did you think?
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HYPERR wrote:
jstark47 wrote: I went to the show today.
Did you see the Ducati Panigale? :mrgreen: What did you think?
Was that the one up on the platform that they were dancing around? The silliness of the promotional activities kind of distracted me from the bike. But plastic-clad superbikes tend to look the same to me (with the possible exception of Agusta F4's...)
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Unread post by HYPERR » Tue Jan 24, 2012 8:30 pm

jstark47 wrote:
HYPERR wrote:
jstark47 wrote: I went to the show today.
Did you see the Ducati Panigale? :mrgreen: What did you think?
Was that the one up on the platform that they were dancing around?
I have no idea, I didn't get to go to the show. :cry:
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HYPERR wrote:
jstark47 wrote:
HYPERR wrote:
jstark47 wrote: I went to the show today.
Did you see the Ducati Panigale? :mrgreen: What did you think?
Was that the one up on the platform that they were dancing around?
I have no idea, I didn't get to go to the show. :cry:
Doood- ya need to get yer priorities in order.... :mrgreen:
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