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2014 Triumph Tiger 800 XC — Contact Dealer for Pricing

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2014 Triumph Tiger 800 XC

We built the Tiger 800XC to be just like the Tiger 800, but with a little bit more

Using the rugged Tiger 800 as a starting point, we added a pack of special off-road equipment so you can keep on going when you run out of tarmac.

The three-cylinder engine is the same 800cc triple found in the Tiger 800 so it’s got loads of torque and muscular power. And the tough steel frame and long distance fuel range are from the Tiger 800 too. The added XC is what gives you the next-level off-road ability.

This is a hard-core bike that you can cross continents on, whether or not there are roads going in that direction. Just load it up and go.

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The suspension travel for the Tiger 800XC is a huge 220mm at the front, 215mm at the rear. Just what you need on poor condition trails. We fitted 45mm Showa upside down forks along with a preload and rebound adjustable Showa monoshock so you can adjust for either off or on-road riding.


We needed to give you enough stopping force on the road without being too sharp or intimidating in the dirt. So at the front of the Tiger 800XC is a pair of two-piston sliding callipers and 308mm discs, with a single-piston calliper at the rear and a 255mm disc. ABS is standard but this can be switched off for off-road riding where you might want to be able to lock up a wheel.


We added spoked wheels to the Tiger 800XC for better cushioning on rough terrain. The front is a big 21inch diameter to take dedicated off-road tyres and cope with holes and ridges. And the front mudguard is higher so that clogging mud won’t spoil your ride.

Riding Position

We built the Tiger 800XC to have genuine off-road capability, so it’s tall with an upright and very spacious riding position. We made the bars wider than the standard Tiger 800s to give you extra manoeuvrability and the seat is lofty, although it's easily adjusted without the need for tools. Despite your high up stance the screen does a great job of fending off the wind pressure so you can stay at motorway speeds for as long as you need. We even gave your passenger plenty of room, chunky grab handles and well positioned footrests so long distances are no less comfortable on the back than they are for you.


As you’d expect the Tiger 800XC uses the same tubular steel trellis frame as the Tiger 800 so you know it’s strong enough to take the knocks during serious off road use. The rear subframe is the same, designed to take our capacious panniers and big top box, plus a passenger, then go places where pure road bikes daren't venture.


The three-cylinder 95PS engine, like the rest of the Tiger 800XC, is made for adventure. With so much torque spread right across the rev range you can pull hard from low revs. That's great for overtaking without the need to work the gearbox and touring effortlessly through mountainous terrain, but it's also exactly what you need to dig yourself out of tough off-road situations. But this is a Triumph so there's a lot more to it than clinical horsepower. We gave the Tiger an animated snarl that adds a whole new layer of character. An engine that communicates and encourages you to use it to the best of its, and your, ability.


The rugged dependability applies just as much to the transmission: six gears, a tough clutch with a light lever action that’s needed in difficult conditions, and chain drive for simplicity, reduced weight and the best ground clearance This makes it easy to alter the final drive ratio for sustained low speed riding.


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2014 Triumph Tiger 800 XC
Year 2014
Manufacturer Triumph
Model Name Tiger
Trim Name 800 XC
Generic Type (Primary) Dual Sport
Engine Type Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line three-cylinder
Displacement 799cc
Bore 74.0 mm
Stroke 61.9 mm
Fuel System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
Exhaust Stainless steel 3 into 1, high level stainless steel silencer
Final Drive O-Ring-Chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gears 6-speed
Oil capacity 1.0US Gallon
Frame Type Tubular steel trellis frame
Swingarm Twin-sided, cast aluminium alloy
Instrumentation LCD multi-functional instrument pack with digital speedometer, trip computer, analogue tachometer, gear
Wheels & Tires
Front Wheel 36-spoke 21 x 2.5in, aluminium rim
Rear Wheel 32-spoke 17 x 4.25in, aluminium rim
Front Tire 90/90 21
Rear Tire 150/70 R17
Front Suspension Showa 45mm upside down forks, 220mm travel
Rear Suspension Showa monoshock with remote oil reservoir, hydraulically adjustable preload, rebound damping adjustment, 215mm rear wheel travel
Front braking system Twin 308mm floating discs, Nissin 2-piston floating calipers, Switchable ABS
Rear braking system Single 255mm disc, Nissin single piston floating caliper, Switchable ABS
Length 2215mm
Width 865mm
Height 1390mm
Seat Height 845-865mm
Wheelbase 1545mm
Rake/trail 24.3º/95.3mm
Fuel Capacity 5.0 us gallon
Curb Weight 215 kg
Engine Power 95PS @ 9300 rpm
Engine Torque, Maximum 79NM @ 7850 rpm
Fuel Economy: Combined City/Hwy Urban 49.6mpg, 56MPH/90KPH - 75.3mpg