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Triumph could soon release a limited Aragón Edition of the Tiger 900 Rally And GT

The limited-edition models commemorate Triumph’s success in the Baja Espana Aragón held in July of last year.

Triumph Tiger 900 Aragon Edition

On July 22-24, 2022, Iván Cervantes, five-time Enduro World Champion alongside Triumph, which is arguably the most iconic British motorcycle manufacturer, dominated the 38th Baja Espana Aragón. Cervantes, riding a Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro, not only won the Trail class of adventure bikes but also finished 11th overall out of the 75 riders. The Triumph finished in an excellent time of six hours, 13 minutes, and 32 seconds, behind the enduro rider by just 33 minutes.

With such remarkable performance, it comes as no surprise that Triumph plans to make its middleweight adventurer available in a special Aragón Edition. Several sources claim that the British company delivered the paperwork soon before Christmas, five months after its success in the Baja Espana Aragón.

Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro

According to the report, Triumph will launch special editions of the Tiger 900 GT and Tiger 900 Rally Pro. The two limited-run trims are definitely going to have the same slate, silver, and fluorescent yellow paint scheme as Cervantes' winning adventure-enduro. Both variations will, though, share many characteristics with the standard road-going Tiger 900 Rally Pro and GT.

To power the duo, Triumph will rely on its liquid-cooled, 12-valve, DOHC, 888cc inline three-cylinder engine. The engine has impressed us with a healthy output of 93.9 horsepower and 64 lb-ft of torque, putting it squarely within the realm of middleweight ADV performance. The GT will continue to use its 19-inch front and 17-inch rear cast alloy wheels, while the Rally Pro will maintain its dirt-oriented 21-inch, wire-spoke front wheel. 

Both limited-edition models will weigh more than their standard counterparts, indicating that extra Triumph equipment will boost the on and off-road prowess of the GT and the Rally Pro, respectively. The good news is that Triumph may introduce the bikes in 2023, according to the vehicle identification number assigned to the Aragón Editions. Given that,we can  anticipate them to be incredibly scarce because it's likely that these motorcycles will only be made in small numbers. We’d be lucky if we get even a small number allocated for the local market. 

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