It’s not often we send both Spencer and Snag to a job together, but our dynamic duo reckoned the new Tiger range deserved the full INFO MOTO treatment. Are they up to it? Settle, we mean the bikes, not the boys, but we see how that that question could create a logical confusion…

Snaggy loves a mile-eating adventure style jigger, we know that, so he tossed his ‘athletic’ frame on the more road going version, the GT Pro while Spencer pulled on the nylons to do the hard yards in amongst some pretty gnarly Aussie bush on the hardcore dirtster, the Rally Pro.

Yep, in this real world, full nine-yards video review, the complete INFO MOTO testing contingent was sent headlong into Tiger Town. What could possibly go wrong?

Indeed, make yourself a strong cuppa, put up your bike boots and hit play. You’ll be glad you did…

2024 Triumph Tiger 900 pricing and specs

Triumph has released its 2024 Tiger 900 range bringing significant performance upgrades and a higher level of standard equipment across the line-up.

For 2024, the Triumph Tiger 900 is available in three variants: the GT ($21,850 rideaway) and GT Pro ($24,790), as well as the off-road-focussed Rally Pro ($25,950). This means that the regular Rally variant has been discontinued with the 2024 model update.

Most significantly, the updated Tiger 900 benefits from a 13 per cent power increase, with the 888cc triple-cylinder engine now outputting 79kW and 90Nm. This translates to a 7kW and 2Nm boost compared to the outgoing model.

The bike should also be safer than its predecessor thanks to upgrades to the Brembo braking package and a new emergency deceleration warning which activates the hazard lights under hard braking conditions.

Also new is a 7.0-inch TFT dash with upgraded software, a USB-C charger mounted in the cockpit, and Triumph’s proprietary Bluetooth system now included as standard.

A new seat which is flatter and roomier (and heated on Pro variants) can be height-adjusted by 20mm, and is said to be comfier over long distances.

New handlebars are damped, also aiding long-distance comfort, while the Rally Pro’s ‘bars are 15mm closer to the rider befitting its off-road-focussed positioning.

Also distinguishing the 2024 Tiger 900 range is revised bodywork and graphics packages.

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