5-time Enduro World Champion Iván Cervantes and Triumph took the thirty eighth Baja España Aragón by storm on July 22-24, 2022. Piloting the Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Professional, Cervantes not solely dominated the Path-class journey bikes but additionally place eleventh total among the many 75-rider discipline. Crossing the road simply 33 minutes behind the enduro-riding winner, quantity 90 posted a powerful ending time of six hours, 13 minutes, and 32 seconds.
With such excellent outcomes, it’s no shock to be taught that Triumph intends to launch Aragón Editions of its middleweight adventurer. The information comes by means of Australian automobile certification info uncovered by none aside from Motorbike’s Dennis Chung. Hinckley submitted the documentation simply earlier than Christmas, solely 5 months faraway from its Baja España Aragón victory.
The submitting signifies that Triumph will apply the special-edition remedy to each the Tiger 900 Rally Professional and Tiger 900 GT. We totally anticipate the 2 limited-run trims to sport the identical slate, silver, and Excessive-Viz yellow livery that adorned Cervantes’ successful steed. Nonetheless, each variants will even have rather a lot in frequent with the usual Rally Professional and GT.
Triumph will lean on its liquid-cooled, 12-valve, DOHC, 888cc inline triple to energy the pair. Which means 93.9 horsepower and 64 lb-ft of torque stay on faucet. The Rally Professional will maintain onto its dirt-oriented 21-inch, wire-spoke entrance wheel whereas the GT retains its 19-inch entrance and 17-inch rear forged hoops. The discrepancy between the usual fashions and the Aragón Editions is obvious on the scales, although.
Each limited-edition variants will outweigh their base counterparts, pointing to further Triumph equipment growing the Rally Professional’s off-road functionality and the GT’s mile-munching potential. The excellent news: the automobile identification quantity related to the Aragón Editions means that Triumph will debut the bikes in 2023. The unhealthy information: there’s no telling if the commemorative Triumph Tiger 900s will make it Stateside.