Tiger sport 660
MCN BIKE OF THE YEAR
“Comfortable, agile, genuinely sporty too, with a front end that fills you with confidence, tyres that grip and powerful brakes. That’s all on top of a tuneful three-cylinder engine that’s never short of grunt or excitement.”READ FULL REVIEW
This bike offers everything you would expect from a mid-range tourer with a spacious seating position.
The agile chassis and lovely three-cylinder really give this bike an exciting edge over the competition.
The comfy seating position is quite relaxed and at the same time slightly sporty. This ensures good control when steering, but also when braking. No Brembo Stylema brakes, just good old Nissins that are more than adequate for this type of bike and this type of work.
The three-cylinder engine proves its worth once again, with a level of finish typical for Triumph, the result is a bike with many strengths and hardly and faults.
Triumph has hit the mark with the launch of this Tiger Sport 660. It's a mid-range motorcycle that can compete with bikes in its own category and, why not, with those with more cc's.
It’s spacious, comfortable, agile and easy to manage, but can be genuinely sporty, too, with a front end that fills you with confidence, tyres that grip beautifully in all conditions and powerful brakes.
Power is delivered smoothly low down, isn’t overwhelming or hard to control up top and the ride-by-wire throttle is light and accurate.
You could call it a tall rounder, or a sports adventure, but in many ways it’s the half-faired Street Triple we always wish they’d made, but never did.