FS: 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XRX - Only 48 miles! - $9,999.00

FS: 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XRX - Only 48 miles! - $9,999.00 Image

FS: 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XRX – Only 48 miles! – SMTE02BF1FT690336 –  $9,999.00

This awesome Triumph Tiger 800 was purchased locally at Triumph of Seattle but unfortunately it saw very little use as it’s owner fell ill right away and had to stop riding.  He held onto it for a couple of years hoping he would be able to once again take on the challenge but it was not to be.  He has entrusted us here at SUB to find an enthusiastic adventurer to go out and use this bike as it was intended to be.    This Tiger is in original condition other than the Touratech driving lights .

Here’s what the press had to say;
Adventure bikes are, by their very nature, purpose-built machines meant to tackle both rough terrain and long road trips with equal ease. Usually this means striking a roughly equal balance between the two worlds, but Triumph favored a more road-centric package to place the emphasis on highway cruisability, while still retaining off-road capability

To this end, Triumph started with a stiff trellis frame to serve as the bike’s backbone, and used road-friendly, inverted, 43 mm Showa front forks with 7.1 inches of travel to keep the steering rigid in the face of hard cornering and off-road shenanigans. A Showa monoshock supports the rear with 6.7 inches of travel, and it comes with hydraulically actuated preload adjustment so you can dial in your ride. While these suspension numbers are definitely toward the bottom of the spectrum for a dirt bike, they are fairly high for a cruiser, and should provide a comfortable, if not cushy, ride on the highway. The two-sided, aluminum swingarm and cast aluminum rims keep the unsprung weight low, which allows the suspension to maintain contact with the ground in rough patches — both off-road and on.

An 800 cc, water-cooled, inline triple produces 95 horsepower at 9,250 rpm, and 58.3 pound-feet of torque at 7,850 rpm – plenty of power for the 476-pound bike.   The sequential electronic fuel injection and stainless exhaust keep emissions low and fuel economy high, with a claimed 65 mpg and a 272-mile range. Engine control is purely ride-by-wire, and moderated by the Triumph Traction Control (TTC) system that monitors wheel rotation and reduces the throttle a bit when slip is detected. The TTC offers one final layer of traction control to the bike, and leaves all normally seen traction-related features covered.

The XRx comes standard with auto-canceling turn signals, advanced trip computer, cruise control, selectable throttle maps and advanced riding modes, as well as creature comforts that include comfort rider and pillion seats, adjustable windscreen, hand guards and an additional 12V power socket.”

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, documentation fee $150.00 (negotiable)

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook and the Web

FS: 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XRX - Only 48 miles! - $9,999.00

FS: 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XRX - Only 48 miles! - $9,999.00 Image

FS: 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XRX – Only 48 miles! – SMTE02BF1FT690336 –  $9,999.00

This awesome Triumph Tiger 800 was purchased locally at Triumph of Seattle but unfortunately it saw very little use as it’s owner fell ill right away and had to stop riding.  He held onto it for a couple of years hoping he would be able to once again take on the challenge but it was not to be.  He has entrusted us here at SUB to find an enthusiastic adventurer to go out and use this bike as it was intended to be.    This Tiger is in original condition other than the Touratech driving lights .

Here’s what the press had to say;
Adventure bikes are, by their very nature, purpose-built machines meant to tackle both rough terrain and long road trips with equal ease. Usually this means striking a roughly equal balance between the two worlds, but Triumph favored a more road-centric package to place the emphasis on highway cruisability, while still retaining off-road capability

To this end, Triumph started with a stiff trellis frame to serve as the bike’s backbone, and used road-friendly, inverted, 43 mm Showa front forks with 7.1 inches of travel to keep the steering rigid in the face of hard cornering and off-road shenanigans. A Showa monoshock supports the rear with 6.7 inches of travel, and it comes with hydraulically actuated preload adjustment so you can dial in your ride. While these suspension numbers are definitely toward the bottom of the spectrum for a dirt bike, they are fairly high for a cruiser, and should provide a comfortable, if not cushy, ride on the highway. The two-sided, aluminum swingarm and cast aluminum rims keep the unsprung weight low, which allows the suspension to maintain contact with the ground in rough patches — both off-road and on.

An 800 cc, water-cooled, inline triple produces 95 horsepower at 9,250 rpm, and 58.3 pound-feet of torque at 7,850 rpm – plenty of power for the 476-pound bike.   The sequential electronic fuel injection and stainless exhaust keep emissions low and fuel economy high, with a claimed 65 mpg and a 272-mile range. Engine control is purely ride-by-wire, and moderated by the Triumph Traction Control (TTC) system that monitors wheel rotation and reduces the throttle a bit when slip is detected. The TTC offers one final layer of traction control to the bike, and leaves all normally seen traction-related features covered.

The XRx comes standard with auto-canceling turn signals, advanced trip computer, cruise control, selectable throttle maps and advanced riding modes, as well as creature comforts that include comfort rider and pillion seats, adjustable windscreen, hand guards and an additional 12V power socket.”

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, documentation fee $150.00 (negotiable)

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook and the Web