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In celebration of two British icons, Triumph have recently unveiled a new Tiger 900 Bond Edition motorcycle. Featuring in the international spy’s 25th flick, No Time to Die, the limited-edition two-wheeler has been inspired by the Tiger 900 Rally Pro. To build this beast, Triumph collaborated with the movie’s stunt team and designed several Tiger 900’s and Scrambler 1200 models in preparation for high-powered action scenes.

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“The Tiger 900 is the most confidence-inspiring bike,” said Lee Morrison, stunt coordinator for No Time To Die. “It allows you to really push the ride as far as you want, you can take as many liberties as you want; stand up sideways drifting in third gear, slow wheelie it, slide it supermoto-style. I honestly think it’s one of the best bikes I’ve ever ridden, it’s fantastic.”

Commanding a classic Bond aesthetic, the Tiger 900 Bond Edition is finished in a Matte Sapphire Black paint scheme with 007 graphics and detailing. Furthering the Bond theme, the special edition Tiger 900 also boasts a bespoke 007 startup screen animation and the heated rider and pillion seats comes illustrated with unique Bond Edition branding.

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Each of these Tiger 900s is equipped with a premium billet machined handlebar clamp with its own personalised number and is signed with a certificate of authenticity. Michelin Anakee Wild dirt-focused wheels arrive standard, as well as an Arrow Silencer, which features a lightweight brushed stainless-steel body with a carbon end cap and strap.

Limited to just 250 motorcycles globally, Triumph’s Tiger 900 Bond Edition is scheduled to hit dealerships from May/June 2022 with a suggested retail price of £16,500.00 (AUD$31,000).

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