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2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC
2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC

2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC
2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC

2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC
2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC

2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC
2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC

2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC
2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC

2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC
2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC

2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC
2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC



– 2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC

2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC

Tiger 800 XC. Built to take it.

New for 2011. Tough. Rugged. Built to last. Loves the open road, devours the rough stuff. The one bike that can do it all, Tiger 800 XC sets new standards in the adventure bike sector. With its big wheels and long suspension travel, the Tiger 800 XC just loves getting its claws dirty. Let the adventure begin.

Triumph Tiger 800XC

Triumph’s new Tiger 800XC is the British companyfs first truly ego everywheref motorcycle,
a machine designed and built for adventurers looking for a strong and reliable companion
to take them on a round the world trip.

Brand new for 2011, the Tiger 800XC is as tough as they come and capable of coping with the
demands of off-road riding thanks to its tough steel chassis and torque 799cc three-cylinder engine.

Adjustable long travel 45mm upside down front forks and rear suspension unit combine with a
21h spoked front wheel to deliver maximum ground clearance and the ability to cope with rough trails
and jumps. With a high-level front mudguard and sturdy handguards, there can be no doubt that the
latest Tiger has been developed to cope with demanding conditions.

The same qualities that make the Tiger 800XC so competent off-road also lead to an excellent road
bike. The rider can adjust both the handlebar position and seat height and whether it is set at 845 or
865mm the Tiger 800XC offers a commanding view above the traffic and a comfortable perch from
which to devour the miles. A class-leading 19 litre fuel tank ensures infrequent stops for the Tiger 800
XC rider, with cavernous hard and soft luggage options available for those who need to take
the ekitchen sinkf on their two-wheeled tours.

Powering the Tiger 800XC is a new long-stroke triple delivering 95PS and an extremely accessible
79Nm of torque. With its flat torque curve and gentle power delivery, the Tiger 800XC is a pleasure
to ride in even the most demanding of conditions.

A sophisticated anti-lock braking system is available as an option and can be deactivated for off-road
riding, while the high-specification extends to a standard coded-key immobilizer and rear rack with
generous pillion grab handles.

The comprehensive instrumentation includes a fuel gauge and trip computer, while a high-specification
550w generator is fitted to allow riders to safely fit electrical accessories such as heated grips, auxiliary
lights and satellite navigation equipment. A huge range of official Triumph accessories have been
developed for the Tiger 800XCfs launch, these include numerous hard and soft luggage solutions,
adjustable touring screen, centre stand and off-road style engine protection bars and sump guard.


 

 

2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC Highlights

– All-new model for 2011

– Smooth long-stroke three-cylinder engine ensures excellent on and off-road manners

– Adjustable seat height and handlebar position

– Switchable ABS option

– 21h front wheel and long travel suspension endows Tiger 800XC with genuine off-road capability

– Coded key immobiliser for added security

– 550w generator allows fitment of multiple electrical accessories

– Wide range of official accessories available even more practicality


 

2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC Features and Benefits

Engine: 799cc Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder

Frame: Tubular steel trellis frame

Exhaust: Stainless steel 3 into 1, high level stainless steel silencer

Front Suspension: Showa 45mm upside down forks, 220mm travel

Versatility: Scratch. Tour. Commute. This bike is really three bikes in one.

Built to take the worst you can throw at it, the Tiger 800 XC has been fully equipped to handle autobahns and green lanes with equal aplomb.

The 800cc three-cylinder engine sets new standards in the adventure bike class, smoothly delivering plentiful torque at low revs for accurate off-road riding and combining it with more than adequate top end power for relaxed high-speed cruising.

With its rugged steel frame and long travel suspension the Tiger 800 XC has been designed for the rough stuff, with a host of optional accessories available for riders planning to spend more time off the Tarmac than on it.

The high specification includes a factory-fitted immobiliser, adjustable 45mm upside down front forks, adjustable rider seat and hand guards. Adjustable tapered aluminium handlebars add a touch of class and off-road durability to the Tiger 800 XC, while the optional anti-lock braking system can be switched off for off-road riding.

Maximum Adjustability

Handlebars and rider seat are both adjustable for optimal rider comfort.

Suspension

Chunky 45mm upside down forks adorn the front of the Tiger 800 XC with preload and rebound adjustability at the rear. Long travel for comfort on road and compliance off.

Switchable ABS

Anti-lock brakes can be switched off for off-road riding.

Built In Rear Rack

Well appointed rear rack doubles as generously proportioned pillion grab rail.

High Capacity Generator

Class leading 500w generator allows the Tiger 800 XC to be fully loaded with journey-enhancing electrical accessories.

 


 

 


2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC – USA Specifications
American MSRP: $TBD USD

Engine
Type
Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Capacity
799cc
Bore/Stroke
74 x 61.9mm
Compression Ratio
12.0:1
Fuel System
Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI
Transmission
Final Drive
X ring chain
Clutch
Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox
6-speed

 

Cycle Parts
Frame
Tubular steel trellis frame
Swingarm
Twin-sided, cast aluminium alloy
Front Wheel
36-spoke 21 x 2.5in, aluminium rim
Rear Wheel
32-spoke 17 x 4.25in, aluminium rim
Front Tyre
90/90 ZR 21
Rear Tyre
150/70 ZR 17
Front Suspension
Showa 45mm upside down forks, 220mm travel
Rear Suspension
Showa monoshock with remote oil reservoir, hydraulically adjustable preload, rebound damping adjustment, 215mm rear wheel travel
Front Brakes
Twin 308mm floating discs, Nissin 2-piston floating calipers, (ABS model available)
Rear Brakes
Single 255mm disc, Nissin single piston floating caliper, (ABS model available)


Dimensions
Length
87.1in
Width (Handlebars)
34.0in
Height
53.1in
Seat Height
33.2in
Wheelbase
61.7in
Rake/Trail
23.1 degree/91.1mm
Wet Weight
473lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity
5.0 USgal

 

Performance (measured at crankshaft to 95/1/EC)
Maximum Power EC
94bhp @ 9,300 rpm
Maximum Torque EC
58ft.lbs at 7,850 rpm

 

Colours

Phantom Black, Crystal White, Intense Orange





2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC – Canada Specifications
Canadian MSRP: $TBA CDN

Engine

Type
Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Capacity
799cc
Bore/Stroke
74 x 61.9mm
Compression Ratio
12.0:1
Fuel System
Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI (except NZ, ZA, AU)
Transmission
Final Drive
X ring chain
Clutch
Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox
6-speed

 

Cycle Parts
Frame
Tubular steel trellis
Swingarm
Braced, twin-sided, aluminium alloy
Front Wheel
Cast aluminium alloy, 36 spoke, 21 x 2.5in
Rear Wheel
Cast aluminium alloy, 32 spoke, 17 x 4.25in
Front Tyre
90/90 ZR 21
Rear Tyre
150/70 ZR 17
Front Suspension
Showa 45mm upside down forks with adjustable preload, rebound and compression damping, 220mm travel
Rear Suspension
Showa Monoshock with adjustable preload and rebound damping 215mm rear wheel travel
Front Brakes
Twin 308mm floating discs, Nissin 4 piston radial calipers (ABS model available)
Rear Brakes
Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston sliding caliper (ABS model available)


Dimensions

Length
2215mm (87.1in)
Width (Handlebars)
865mm (34.0in)
Height
1390mm (54.7in)
Seat Height
845-865mm (33.2-34.0in)
Wheelbase
1568mm (61.7in)
Rake/Trail
23.1 degree/91.1mm
Wet Weight
215kg 473lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity
19 litres (5.0 USgal)
Performance (measured at crankshaft to 95/1/EC)
Maximum Power EC
95PS /94bhp / 70kW @ 9300 rpm
Maximum Torque EC
79Nm / 58ft.lb at 7850 rpm

 

Colours

Phantom Black, Crystal White

 



2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC – UK Specifications
United Kingdom MSRP £TBA OTR

Engine and Transmission
Type Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line three-cylinder
Capacity 799cc
Bore/Stroke 74.0 x 61.9mm
Fuel System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
Exhaust Stainless steel 3 into 1, high level stainless steel silencer
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 6-speed
Oil Capacity 3.7 litres (1.0 US gals)

 

Chassis, Running Gear and Displays
Frame Tubular steel trellis frame
Swingarm Twin-sided, cast aluminium alloy
Wheel Front 36-spoke 21 x 2.5in, aluminium rim
Rear 32-spoke 17 x 4.25in, aluminium rim
Tyre Front 90/90ZR 21
Rear 150/70 ZR 17
Suspension Front Showa 45mm upside down forks, 220mm travel
Rear Showa monoshock with remote oil reservoir, hydraulically adjustable preload, rebound damping adjustment, 215mm rear wheel travel
Brakes Front Twin 308mm floating discs, Nissin 4-piston floating calipers, (ABS model available)
Rear Single 255mm disc, Nissin single piston floating caliper, (ABS model available)
Instrument Display/Functions LCD multi-functional instrument pack with digital speedometer, trip computer, analogue tachometer, gear position indicator, Switchable ABS

 

Dimensions and Capacities
Length 2215mm (87.1in)
Width (handlebars) 865mm (34.0in)
Height without mirrors 1390mm (54.7in)
Seat Height 845mm (33.2in) – 865mm (34.0in)
Wheelbase 1568mm (61.7in)
Rake/Trail 23.1°/91.1mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 19.0 litres (5.0 US gals)
Wet Weight (ready to ride) 215 kg (473 lbs)
Performance (measured at crankshaft to 95/1/EC)
Maximum Power 95PS / 94bhp / 70 kW @ 9300rpm
Maximum Torque 79Nm / 58 ft.lbs @ 7850rpm


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