Kiwi Rider Podcast 2022 | E28
In this week's show, Ray talked us through his insurance win, we have another look
Triumph has revealed the all-new Tiger Sport 660.
Powered by the signature triumph triple, it’s the most powerful bike in its class, bringing 81ps, at 10,250rpm, and 64nm torque at 6150rpm from the 660cc engine which we saw arrive in the likes of the Trident earlier in the year.
Triumph says the new Tiger 660 is a confidence-inspiring, agile and sporty ride.
Seat height of 835mm, it has Showa 41mm upside-down cartridge forks and a Showa mono-shock RSU with remote hydraulic preload adjustment.
The brakes are by Nissin, with twin 310mm discs upfront.
The range should be brilliant, as the new 660 Tiger comes with a 17L fuel tank.
The bike benefits from the bigger tigers tech, with a full-color TFT display, and myTriumph integration, as well as Road and Rain riding modes. Full LED lighting all-around. Self-canceling indicators, traction control, ABS, ride by wire throttle, slip and assist clutch, and a factory immobilizer.