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A Triumph Tiger 900 in a desert setting

Triumph is delivering a significant performance boost to its middleweight adventure bikes with the 2024 Tiger 900 range, offering increased power, torque, capability, and comfort to the lineup that features the Tiger 900 GT, GT Pro, and Rally Pro.

The three-cylinder engine of the Tiger 900 has undergone a significant upgrade, boasting 13% more power (106Hp) and higher peak torque (90Nm) compared to the previous generation.

Triumph claims the revised engine offers enhanced tractability at lower revs, maintaining the distinctive performance and sound with a T-plane crank and offset firing intervals.

Additionally, the new engine achieves improved overall performance and up to 9% better fuel economy.

Active safety features provide enhanced braking control and reduced stopping distances as well as an emergency deceleration warning system that activates hazard lights during rapid braking.

Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro in Ash Grey

The 7” TFT gets updated graphics, a new menu system, USB-C cockpit charger, and standard My Triumph Bluetooth connectivity.

Comfort is prioritized with a flatter and roomier rider seat, heated seats on Pro models, and 20mm adjustability on seat height for all models.

An accessory heated low rider seat further reduces the seat height by 20mm, offering greater accessibility, especially with the narrow stand-over width.

The damped handlebar mounting system contributes to a more comfortable ride, while the Rally Pro features an offroad-centric handlebar position for increased agility while sitting or standing.

The 2024 range showcases new bodywork design, including the beak, cockpit, and side panels, while contemporary paint schemes and graphics complete the updated look.


  • Optimised cornering ABS and traction control with IMU
  • Up to six riding modes including Road, Rain, Sport and Off-Road, plus Rider Configurable for the GT Pro and Rally Pro, and Off-Road Pro for the Rally Pro only
  • All-LED lighting, including signature DRL headlight and compact taillight (Position light rather than DRL in US, CN, JP)
  • Triumph Shift Assist (GT Pro and Rally Pro)
  • Heated grips and seats (GT Pro and Rally Pro)
  • Illuminated switches
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system (GT Pro and Rally Pro)
  • Brembo Stylema® Monobloc brakes
  • Model-specific premium specification suspension tuned for maximum road and off-road capability:
  • The GT features Marzocchi 45mm USD adjustable cartridge forks, rear suspension unit with manually adjustable preload and rebound damping and 180mm fork travel and 170mm rear wheel travel
  • The GT Pro features Marzocchi 45mm USD fully adjustable cartridge forks, rear suspension unit with electronically adjustable preload and rebound damping and 180mm fork travel and 170mm rear wheel travel
  • The Rally Pro benefits from Showa 45mm USD adjustable cartridge forks with manual preload, rebound and compression damping and a rear suspension unit with fully adjustable manual preload and rebound damping, 240mm fork travel and 230mm rear wheel travel
  • Lightweight modular frame
  • Adjustable screen and 20mm adjustable seat height
  • 20-litre fuel tank


  • First established in 1902, Triumph Motorcycles celebrated 120 years of motorcycle manufacture in 2022. For more than three decades, Triumph Motorcycles has been based in Hinckley, Leicestershire, and has produced iconic bikes that perfectly blend authentic design, character, charisma, and performance.
  • With more than 83,389 motorcycles delivered in calendar year 2022, and on track to reach a milestone 800 dealers across the world in 2023, Triumph is the largest British motorcycle manufacturer.
  • Triumph currently employs around 3,000 personnel worldwide and has subsidiary operations in the UK, North America, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Japan, Sweden (Scandinavia), Benelux, Brazil, China, and Thailand as well as a network of independent distributors. Triumph has manufacturing facilities in Hinckley, Leicestershire, and Thailand plus CKD facilities in Brazil and India.
  • In 2022 Triumph revealed its partnership with Thierry Chizat-Suzzoni who will field two of Triumph’s all-new 250cc 4-stroke MX bikes in the 2024 MX2 class and will add an entry into the 450cc MXGP class in 2025. In addition, Triumph’s 250cc 4-stroke MX bikes will compete in the 2024 Supermotocross World Championship.