2020 Triumph Tiger 1200 Desert & Alpine special editions unveiled

Triumph Motorcycles has announced two very special edition models added to their Tiger family which are the 2020 Triumph Tiger 1200 Desert and the 2020 Triumph Tiger 1200 Alpine. Inspired by ‘the world’s most thrilling motorcycle adventures from all over the world’, these special editions come with dedicated paint schemes and high-end specs.

Starting with the 2020 Triumph Tiger 1200 Desert edition, this beauty will roll off the showroom floor ready with its special ‘Sandstorm’ colourway and ‘Desert Edition’ graphics, inspired by the great deserts of the Sahara, Kalahari, and more. Upgraded from the Tiger XCx variant, the Desert Edition is also fitted with lightweight Arrow titanium silencer, new metallised ‘SE’ radiator badges and Triumph Shift Assist that offers clutchless bi-directional shifts. Awesome.

As for the 2020 Triumph Tiger 1200 Alpine Edition, this bad boy is essentially a Tiger 1200 XRx but also upgraded with lightweight Arrow titanium silencer, new metallised ‘SE’ radiator badges, and Triumph Shift Assist. Finished in the stunning looking ‘Snowdonia White’ colour scheme, the Tiger 1200 Alpine Edition is finished with ‘Alpine Edition’ graphics.

For those of who are interested in getting a proper adventure/touring machine, the Triumph Tiger 1200 should be somewhere on top of the list, especially due to its impressive 1,215cc inline-three cylinder engine that produces 139hp at 9,350rpm and 122Nm of torque at 7,600rpm.

Fitted with the latest motorcycle technologies, the Tiger 1200 also features:

  • Adjustable full-colour TFT instrument
  • Optimised Cornering ABS and Traction Control
  • Selectable Riding Modes (Rain, Road, Off-Road, Sport)
  • LED lighting
  • Premium WP Suspension with Triumph Semi-Active Suspension (TSAS)
  • Electrically adjustable touring screen
  • Premium Brembo brakes + many more

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