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Triumph Tiger 800 XC: Touratech Accessories

Triumph Tiger

The adventure touring experts at Touratech have developed a full line of accessories for the latest middleweight adventure motorcycle, the Triumph Tiger 800 XC.

Touratech designers have come up with a long list of protection and guards, auxiliary lighting, ergonomic enhancements, aluminum pannier systems, tank & tail bags, navigation, and more.

Paul Guillien (General Manager, Touratech USA) says: “It’s great when an aftermarket company like Touratech can develop a complete line of accessories for a new motorcycle by the time the first one is delivered in the U.S., helping the customer envision the potential of their new machine before they pick it up at the dealership.”

The full line of Tiger 800 XC products is featured in the 2011 Touratech Adventure Catalog and is also available at touratech-usa.com.

Featured below are just a few of the great Tiger 800 XC accessories from Touratech.

Front Fender Riser

Part # 420-5441, Retail: $40.80

The front fender on the Triumph Tiger 800 XC is positioned very close to the front wheel. If you’re using knobby off-road tires, the gap becomes even smaller and you run the risk of locking up your front tire with mud and debris. Touratech’s riser for the original front fender is very easy to install. A stainless steel adapter goes between the tire and the fender, increasing the clearance by 15 mm (0.6 inch). No modifications to the original fender are necessary.

Radiator Guard, Black

Part # 420-5015, Retail: $140.70

The radiator on the Triumph Tiger 800 XC’s three-cylinder engine is pretty large, making it susceptible to dirt and debris impacts while riding off-road. The original plastic radiator guard provides only limited protection on rough gravel roads. Touratech’s radiator guard offers much improved protection, optimizes airflow and is made from black anodized laser-cut aluminum that blends in with the motorcycle’s overall appearance.

Handlebar Risers, 20mm

Part # 420-5255, Retail: $73.40

On long off-road stretches, the seating position on the Triumph Tiger 800 XC can be a bit tiring. These handlebar risers from Touratech make for a much more relaxed ride, both when seated and while standing.

Lockable Windscreen Spoiler

Part # 046-0647, Retail: $147.30

This small, discreet locking windscreen spoiler effectively reduces airflow and buffeting when riding at high speeds, yet is easy to remove for off-road riding, or trips around town. The keyed lock prevents unwanted removal of the spoiler.

ZEGA Pro System, 38 and 45 liters

Parts 420-5715 through 420-5727

The legendary ZEGA Pro pannier system is now available for the Tiger 800 XC. Using an 18 mm stainless steel mounting rack, this Zega Pro pannier system utilizes a special exhaust cutout which keeps the system width narrow. The rack has been engineered with an extremely strong cross-brace design to withstand heavy off-road use. Available in 38 and 45 liter sizes, in bare aluminum, anodized silver or anodized black finish.

Rear Luggage Rack

Part # 420-5450, Retail: $122.60

This aluminum luggage rack from Touratech gives you the perfect place to strap dry bags and additional luggage. Strong and lightweight it features many slots and cutouts, perfect for attaching any kind of strap.

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