Triumph Tiger 900 Aragón Editions

Triumph is offering two special Tiger 900 Aragón editions to commemorate Iván Cervantes’ decisive victory at the 2022 Baja Aragón race. Cervantes won the Trail category of the 280-mile contest by over an hour on a Tiger 900 Rally Pro.

Proven Triumph Performance

The Trail and Maxi-Trail categories at the Baja Aragón were created in 2022 to showcase the expanding range of production Adventure motorcycles. Triumph took the opportunity to highlight the Tiger 900’s distinct advantages. In Cervantes’ hands it blew away the Trail Category competition, finishing 66 minutes ahead of the second place rider. Perhaps a better measure of his skill and the Tiger’s prowess is Cervantes’ 11th overall finish in a field of 75 other racers. A good deal of those were top riders aboard much lighter 450cc rally race machines. We can only imagine how the 450 pilots felt with the roar of a Tiger on their tail as Cervantes clawed his way to victory.

Limited Tiger 900 Editions

The Tiger 900 GT and Rally Aragón Triumphs will be available only for the 2024 model year. The Rally Aragón is a triple-color Matte Phantom Black, Matte Graphite, and Crystal White. Racing Yellow touches accent the look, which also features Aragón Edition detailing. The seat is a special twin color design guaranteed to stand out in the crowd.

The GT version of the Aragón sports a three-color look as well. Diablo Red, Matte Phantom Black, and Crystal White paint show off the machine as “bold and elegant,” per Triumph. It also has the two-color seat and Aragón edition detail.

Pricing for the Rally Aragón starts at $16,995 USD. The GT Aragón is $16,495 USD.

Totally Tiger

Triumph rates the special edition Tigers for the same 64 foot-pounds of torque at 7,250 rpm and 93.9 horsepower at 8750 rpm as their foundation models. They also share a slip/assist clutch to improve handling and shifting. In the suspension area, the GT Aragón Edition has fully adjustable 45mm USD Marzocchi cartridge forks up front, with the rear end controlled by electronically adjustable suspension. Rally versions enjoy better off-road handling thanks to a set of Showa forks. The Rally Aragón sports fuel tank protection, while both new editions carry engine guards.

Make It Yours

Triumph has 65 accessories available for these machines. Among them are two different sets of hard luggage, the Trekker (left) and Expedition, and protection for the radiator.







Racing Lineage

Triumph built their first motorcycle in 1902 and won the Isle of Man just 6 years later. In the meantime, they’ve racked up a long list of victories. Triumph’s racing success spans well over 100 years, from that 1908 Isle of Man win to Iván Cervantes’ performance in the Baja Aragón. Along the way they created classics like the Triumph Bonneville to celebrate their 1956 Land Speed Record, and won the Daytona 200 with the Street Triple 765. Besides offering a huge variety of motorcycles in their lineup, from cruiser to sport to adventure, they are now developing motocross bikes.

Like the Tiger but don’t think 888cc is quite enough? Then Bill Dragoo’s review of its big bro, the 2023 Tiger 1200, might be of interest.

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Arden’s first motorcycle was a Yamaha Enduro, obtained while in high school. It set the stage for decades of off-pavement exploration on dual-sports and adventure bikes. Camping in the middle of nowhere became his favorite pursuit. As a former whitewater river guide and National Park Service seasonal employee, Arden believes in wilderness, wildlife, and being kind to the earth. A self-taught writer who barely passed English classes, he has contributed adventure stories and tested motorcycles and accessories for Rider Magazine and other outlets for nearly 30 years. In that time, he’s worn out two KLR 650s and is currently following the road to the middle of nowhere on his Ténéré 700 and an aging but reliable DR-Z 400S.