2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 First Ride at Northern Colorado Powersports

Posted By: Northern Colorado Powersports
Post Date: 06/27/2022

2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 First Ride.

The Tiger 1200 exit may not have been the title-grabbing motorcycle, but it certainly has good points. A smooth, powerful engine, a well-designed chassis, and high levels of comfort have given it a place in the hearts of long-distance riders like a functional road bike. But an extended chassis with significant weight than its competitors needed to be considered. The new 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 has tried to extend the bike’s appeal; the new model will be produced in five variants.

These submodels are divided into two main sections: the Tiger GT with a high-speed, 7.9-inch suspension ride and 19/18-inch wheels; the Tiger Rally Pro, which has a 21/18-inch spoken setup, and the suspension trip increased to 8.7 inches. Both models are available in the Explorer version, which contains a 7.9-gallon gas tank compared to the standard 5.3-gallon unit.

The Triumph Tiger 1200 looks sharper, faster, and cooler than ever. The new front light unit looks sharp and comes with an integrated LED DRL, while the semi-fairing, split seat and exhaust scream are long. The long windscreen works on a motorcycle. The perfect look is more straightforward and commanding than ever, while clean lines create a clear and aggressive look.

Covering the whole of Fort Collins, CO, at Northern Colorado Powersports near Denver, Ashburn, and Greeley, our Triumph Motorcycle dealer, is outstanding in 2022 Triumph Tiger 660 Sport, new and used motorcycle inventory, Triumph Parts and Accessories, and Triumph Motorcycle financing.

Visit our Triumph Authorized Service Center to speak with our Triumph Motorcycle Dealership to attend to your vehicle needs.


The new Triumph Tiger 1200 will come in two variants – the GT and the Rally. As the names suggest, the Rally is a biased off-road type, and the GT is mainly aimed at the tarmac. Triumph will also offer the Tiger 1200 with two options for each variant. The Tiger 1200 GT Pro and Rally Pro have 20-liter fuel tanks, while the Rally Explorer and GT Explorer receive 30-liter larger tanks. The GT also rides 19-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels and is more in line with the road. On the other hand, the Rally range has a 21-inch front and 18-inch rear set with spoked wheels and long steering suspension. Compared to its predecessor, the new 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 weighs 25 kg.


The Tiger 1200 will get a new 1,160 cc engine in a three-cylinder line kicking out at 147 bhp at 9,000 rpm and delivering 130 Nm of high torque at 7,000 rpm. The engine has a 6-speed gearbox, a shaft drive system, assists, and a slipper clutch. The Flagship Tiger gets a Showa USD 49 mm fork in the front and a Showa unit that operates slowly in the back mono-shock. The GT Pro and GT Rally versions get 200 mm for the fixed trip, while the Rally bikes get 220 mm for the fixed trip. Brake performance comes from two 320 mm floating brakes from Brembo.


The new 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 gets a host of electronic aids, full-LED headlights, Bluetooth color-enabled TFT display, ABS, traction control, cruise control, blind-spot radar system, and Lane Change Assist feature.

Visit us today!

« Return To The List

Add New Comment


Enter the code shown above in the box below.