Video: 2011 Triumph Tiger Cub – Chassis Details

09/01/2010 @ 5:40 pm, by Jensen Beeler1 COMMENT

Triumph continues its march of slowly releasing information about its 800cc three-cylinder Tiger Cub adventure bike, which will come in two varieties for buyers. For those inclined to go off the beaten path, a 21″ front-wheeled knobby is available, while those with asphalt in mind can hit the twisties with a 19″  front wheel.

Both bikes share the same chassis design, but will likely make their differences known in suspension, seating, and control layouts. Stroking out the 675cc power plant found in the Daytona 675, Triumph hopes as optimized the Tiger Cub’s motor for riders looking for more of that down-low grunt.

Source: Triumph

Comment:

  1. MikeD says:

    That Front Wheel does not looks at all as a 17″ but rather at least 19″. Bummer, i was liking it as something smaller, cheaper and cleaner than the MultiStrada 1200.

    Hoping for xtremes here, street going 17″ and OFF-Road going 21″. No 19″ please.