With the competition mid-size adventure motorcycle segment hotting up, it was time that Triumph moved on from the aging Tiger 800 line. It’s not that the Tiger 800 was a bad motorcycle—I very much enjoyed touring Wales on it a couple of years ago—but it was due for replacement after three generations.
If nothing else, Triumph needed to sort out its naming of the Tiger line. You had to be a true Triumphile to know the difference between the XCx, XCa, XRt, and XRr—a confusing recipe for alphabet soup. That brings me to the 2020 Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro and the roads of central Morocco.
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