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ADV NewsWatch: 2024 Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro Tested

Watch: 2024 Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro Tested

Our first test on the dirt-focused midrange Tiger after sweeping revisions.

Published on 02.06.2024

For 2024, Triumph’s dirt-focused Tiger 900 — the Rally Pro — has received significant updates that enhance its appeal to both loyal fans and newcomers alike. This model year introduces 13 more horsepower along with increased peak torque, enhanced braking, upgraded bodywork, refined electronic rider aids, and a claimed 9% better fuel economy. 

Notable changes to its 888cc in-line triple powerplant include higher compression pistons, high lift cams, and longer intake trumpets, increasing output to 106.5 hp. In addition, traction Control “maps” have been revised to better manage the rider’s throttle input and Brembo brakes are now linked via the Bosch inertial measuring unit (IMU) in on-road modes. The Tiger 900 now also features a new 7-inch TFT dash with Bluetooth connectivity, that offers a range of options for customizing traction control, ABS and power maps using six rider modes. 

2024 Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro Video Review

As for the chassis, the Rally Pro uses the same highly-adjustable Showa suspension as the previous generation with a generous 9.45” (240mm) front and 9.05” (230mm) rear wheel travel. The 21/17 tubeless, cross-spoke wheel setup also remains unchanged, as well as a relatively steep steering head angle that leans more towards street performance. Heated seats and grips, an updated saddle, TPMS, lower crash bars, and a beefed-up skid plate round out the package.

2024 Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro Video Review

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In this video, we give a rundown of its performance on both dirt and street after several days of testing the machine in Southern Spain. Are the engine and electronics updates significant enough to make a major improvement in performance? Does more power make it a better off-road machine? Is it enough to warrant upgrading your previous-generation Tiger 900? How does it match up in the highly-competitive midsized ADV Segment? We have answers to all your burning questions and more on Triumph’s freshly-upgraded Tiger 900 Rally Pro!

Thanks for checking out the video and let us know your thoughts and questions in the comments below. For those of you who don’t mind a little reading, you can also check out our full review article of the 2024 Triumph Tiger Rally Pro here.

Author: ADV Pulse Staff
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Heinz von Eckartsberg
Heinz von Eckartsberg
February 6, 2024 1:38 pm

Really nice video and review. This platform is really growing on me. Thanks!

Everett Branscom
Everett Branscom
February 7, 2024 8:32 am

If you read the manual it covers the three degrees steeper head angle. When using a bike in off-road mode you need to increase preload in the front forks and remove preload from the rear this increases the rake by up to three degrees improving off-road feel. I don’t understand how year after year people that test bikes refuse to read the manual.

Eric Altman
Eric Altman
February 13, 2024 3:03 pm

That helps a bit but it is a band-aid ‘solution’ that does not fix the problem.

Gary Myburgh
Gary Myburgh
March 19, 2024 11:20 pm
Reply to  Eric Altman

Actually, softening the rear for offroad helps a lot with rear wheel bounce

Greg Todd
Greg Todd
March 15, 2024 9:58 pm

I think I will take his advice and stick with my 2023 for now. Hopefully the 2024 comes with better tires than the Bridgestones mine has. I’ll be swapping them out soon.

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