Triumph reveals updated MY24 Tiger 1200 GT Pro and MY24 Tiger 1200 Rally Pro

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• The Tiger 1200 GT Pro and Rally Pro are even more advanced and refined for 2024
• Updated T-Plane triple engine delivers more refinement and superior low speed control
• Enhanced all-day comfort for long-distance touring capability
• Even more capability with increased cornering ground clearance on GT Pro models
• Active Preload Reduction across the range, giving up to .78 (20mm) seat height reduction

Triumph Motorcycles has revealed new features and enhancements for its Tiger 1200 Pro models for 2024, making the range even more advanced and refined. The updates include further refinements to the engine, enhanced comfort and ergonomics, improved cornering ground clearance, reduced seat height with Active Preload Reduction and distinctive new colors.

The 1160cc Triumph triple engine now delivers an even more refined riding experience, with superior low speed control, while retaining the exciting and unmistakable triple character from its T-plane crank.

With changes to the crankshaft, alternator rotor, and balancer to increase engine inertia, plus some associated engine calibration changes, the Triumph engineering team has been able to create a smoother and more precise low rev torque delivery. Customers will be able to feel the increased smoothness while accelerating or decelerating, especially at low speeds. An updated clutch design will also mean that riders experience a smoother engagement when changing into first gear.

Triumph has also enhanced the all-day comfort of the Tiger 1200 Pro models for riders looking for long-distance touring capability. The engine itself is now even smoother and more refined, thanks to a revised engine balancing strategy, which improves comfort through all the key rider touchpoints.

The dampened handlebars and risers, which have proven so popular in the Explorer models, have also been introduced to the GT Pro and Rally Pro, delivering a smoother ride with increased mirror visibility.

The rider seat has been re-designed with a flatter profile, providing more space for the rider which will help reduce fatigue on longer trips. The accessory low seat, which reduces the seat position by .78” (20mm) to give a lowest seat height of 32.67” (830mm) on the GT Pro and 33.66” (855mm) on the Rally Pro, has also been designed to be significantly more comfortable. A longer clutch lever has also been introduced, providing increased space for riders’ fingers, adding further comfort especially on longer journeys.

Triumph has also increased the cornering ground clearance of the Tiger 1200 GT Pro model, by lifting the footpeg positions and moving them closer to the bike. The new Active Preload Reduction feature, which was revealed in August 2023, offers the rider greater confidence by reducing the rear suspension preload as the Tiger 1200 slows to a stop, lowering the seat height by up to .78” (20mm), simply by pressing the ‘Home’ button on the switch cube for one second.

Both variants of the Tiger 1200 Pro models will be available with new colors for 2024. The Tiger 1200 GT Pro, tailor made for the perfect road-focused adventure ride, will be available in eye-catching Carnival Red, as well as the previous options of Snowdonia White and Sapphire Black. The Tiger 1200 Rally Pro, perfect for an all-terrain adventure, will be available in stylish new Matte Sandstorm, and Jet Black options, as well as the popular Matte Khaki.


Chief Product Officer Steve Sargent said: “The updates to the Tiger 1200 Pro range for 2024 will deliver an even more refined ride, broadening its global appeal. While the current generation model has already made a big impact on this segment, more than doubling annual sales of the Tiger 1200 around the globe, our world-class engineering team is always looking for new ways to refine and enhance every model.

“By listening to customer feedback and integrating some of the new enhancements already revealed in the new Tiger 900, this range of updates come together to deliver a significant improvement to the riding experience.”

First launched in 2022, the latest generation Tiger 1200 was designed to be the world’s most capable, agile, and maneuverable large capacity adventure motorcycle. Since then, the Tiger 1200 range has seen global sales success, and the Tiger 1200 GT Explorer with its 7.92 gal (30 liter) tank, was even the bike of choice for Enduro World Champion Ivan Cervantes when he took the Guinness World Records title for riding the greatest distance in 24 hours on a motorcycle.

– Dedicated wheel dimensions for enhanced capability tailored to the ride
o 21” front / 18” rear tubeless spoked set-up for off-road supremacy on the Tiger 1200 Rally Pro
o 19” front / 18” rear cast aluminum set-up for dynamic road riding capability on the Tiger 1200 GT Explorer
– Large fuel tank capacities
o 5.28 gal / 20 liter (both Tiger 1200 Pro models)
– Light weight chassis and class-leading specification of equipment
o Lightweight frame with bolt-on rear aluminum subframe and pillion hangers
o Light and strong ‘tri-link’ swingarm
o Category-leading Brembo Stylema® monobloc brakes plus optimized cornering ABS with IMU
o Advanced Showa semi-active suspension set-up tuned for maximum road and off-road capability

– Slim waist and compact overall design
– Rider ergonomics designed for a comfortable and stable ride
– Adjustable seat height, which can be lowered even further with an accessory low seat

– 147 HP (150PS) at 9,000rpm and 95.8 LB-FT (130Nm) at 7,000rpm.
Unique T-plane triple crank with uneven firing order
o Enhanced low down tractability and responsiveness
o Exciting and engaging mid-range to top-end response and feel
– Characterful and distinctive soundtrack
– Lightweight low maintenance shaft drive

– Showa semi-active suspension set-up for dynamic rider control
– 7” TFT instruments with integrated My Triumph Connectivity System
– Optimized Cornering Traction Control with IMU
– Up to six riding modes
– Keyless system, including ignition, steering lock and fuel cap
– Triumph Shift Assist as standard
– Heated grips and seats (heated seats as accessory option)
– Tire Pressure Monitoring System (as accessory option)
– Hill Hold

– 50+ Genuine Triumph Accessories for capability, comfort, style, technology, and protection
– Full luggage systems – all hard luggage developed in partnership with Givi
o Trekker panniers – molded luggage, side/corner opening
o 13.73 gal / 52 liter Trekker twin helmet top box with upholstered passenger backrest
o Expedition panniers – alloy luggage, top opening
o 11.09 gal / 42 liter Expedition top box with two-piece passenger backrest
– Comprehensive protective range
o Precision engineered tubular stainless-steel engine and tank protection
– Heated seating options
o Rider, pillion, standard height, and low seat options
– Triumph Sena Bluetooth communication system
o Dedicated partnership with the leading motorcycle communication brand, Triumph Sena headset featuring a new Harman Kardon sound system

– Three years unlimited mileage warranty, with the option to extend
– High service intervals: 10,000 miles (16,000 km) / 12 months
– Competitively priced, starting at $25,595 CAD for the Tiger 1200 GT Pro

MY24 Tiger 1200 GT Pro: $25,595
MY24 Tiger 1200 Rally Pro: $26,595

Customers can find out more at or see their local Triumph Dealer for availability. Canada will receive the MY24 Tiger 1200 GT Pro and Rally Pro models exclusively with delivery to dealer expected by the beginning of May.

Source: Triumph


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