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Triumph unveil their limited edition Tiger 900 Bond Edition

Just 250 Tiger 900 Bond Edition machines will be available, to coincide with the release of ‘No Time To Die’.

There’s no denying that James Bond is pretty cool, being as much of an icon today as he was all those years, and indeed 24 films ago. And after partnering up for the latest Bond film, ‘No Time to Die’, Triumph have released a special edition version of their Tiger which features in a whole host of stunt sequences in the upcoming movie.

Based on the range-topping Tiger 900 Rally Pro, the Bond Edition comes with all of the bells and whizzles that you might expect, such as Showa suspension, spoked tubeless wheels, 21” front wheel, alongside an abundance of tech such as LED lighting, cruise control, heated grips and handguards.

It’s then been given a new paint scheme with 007 graphics, a premium Arrrow ‘pipe, a billet machined handlebar clamp (with a unique number), a bespoke 007 start up screen and branded, heated rider and pillion seat, alongside all of the premium blacked out detailing that covers everything from the frame to the pillion foot rest hangers. Not only do you get the standard factory-fitted Bridgestone tyres, but you also get a set of off-road suited Michelin Anakee Wild off-road rubber included too.

The Tiger 900 Bond Edition will set you back £16,500 and comes with a certificate of authenticity for good measure. The movie has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic but is finally released in cinemas next week.

To register your interest or buy one of the limited run Tiger 900, head over to your local Triumph dealer and they will be happy to relieve you of your cash. Triumph say that they will be in dealers from March 2022, although based on past special editions from the British brand there’s a good chance they’ll all be sold out by then.

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