Triumph Tiger Sport 660

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Triumph Tiger Sport 660
Manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles
Class Sport touring motorcycle [1]
Engine Water-cooled, 660 cc (40 cu in), DOHC, triple
Bore / stroke 74 mm × 51.1 mm (2.91 in × 2.01 in)
Compression ratio 11.95:1
Power 81 PS (60 kW) @ 10,250 rpm (claimed) [2]
Torque 47 ft⋅lb (64 N⋅m) @ 6,250 rpm (claimed) [2]
Transmission wet clutch, 6-speed, chain
Frame type Steel perimeter
Suspension Front Showa 41mm USD telescopic separate function fork (SFF)
Rear Showa monoshock with preload adjustment
Brakes Nissin two-piston sliding calipers, twin 310mm discs
Nissin single-piston sliding caliper, single 255mm disc
Tires 120/70 ZR 17 Michelin Road 5 (front)
180/55 ZR 17 Michelin Road 5 (rear)
Rake, trail 23.1 ° / 97.1 mm (3.82 in)
Wheelbase 1,418 mm (55.8 in)
Seat height835 mm (32.9 in)
Weight206 kg (454 lb) [2]  (wet)
Fuel capacity17.2 L (3.8 imp gal; 4.5 US gal)

The Triumph Tiger Sport 660 is a middle-weight Sport touring motorcycle launched in 2022 by British manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles Ltd [1] and using many of the components of its naked sibling, the Triumph Trident 660.



The motorcycle features:

An optional Bluetooth connectivity system is available, which allows mobile phone connection, navigation, music control, and GoPro control. This system is driven by the My Triumph app, and available for both Android and Apple iOS.

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  1. 1 2 Wheelen, Dustin (17 December 2021). "2022 Triumph Tiger Sport 660 - First Ride Review". Rider Magazine. Retrieved 30 March 2022.
  2. 1 2 3 "Tiger Sport 660 Specifications". Triumph Motorcycles Ltd . 30 March 2022. Retrieved 30 March 2022.