After all the leaking drama and our questions about what kind of bike the new Triumph Tiger would be, it seems like it almost sneaked into the 2010 EICMA.
Let this be a lesson to other motorcycle marketing teams – too many teasers and leaks rob you of the fanfare in the end.
And we’re still suckers for fanfare.
Anyway, here are live pics from EICMA of the Triumph stand including the new Tiger 800 and Tiger 800 XC models along with the Daytona 675R.
The latter promises to be an exciting bike for fans of the sports variety of Triumph, having Ohlins suspension, new graphics, Quickshifter gearbox and Brembo brakes.
The engine will still remain the cleverest thing about this bike even though the 125 hp didn’t get a boost.
The new adventure Triumph Tiger models have yet to prove themselves on the market but we’ll be reading with interest the test rides as they come soon.
The new models are on the floor with the full Triumph range including the 2011 Triumph Speed Triple, the Triumph America, the Thunderbird Storm and the Speed Master.
Live at EICMA Triumph Tiger and Daytona 675R