PRICING - 2 Available - Rent a Pair

  • Daily: $195
  • 2 Days: $390
  • 3 Days: $540
  • Weekly: $1,000
  • Monthly: $2,500
  • Damage Deposit: $4,000
  • Third Party Protection Plan:
  • Collision Insurance: $40/day
  • Deductible: $4,000
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INCLUDES:

  • OEM Hard bags & Top case

  • 12V Connectors

  • Heated Grips

 

 

SPECS

DIMENSIONS

  • Seat Height: 31.87 in. - 32.6 in
  • Tank Capacity: 5.0 gal
  • Wet Weight: 476 lbs

ENGINE

  • Type: 12 valve, DOHC, in-line three-cylinder. Liquid Cooled.
  • System: Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection.
  • Gears: 6-speed 
  • Capacity: 798cc

 

BASIC PACKAGE:

You will receive 200 KM free per day with your rental.   Any additional mileage will be charged at a rate of $0.25 per kilometer.

WEEKLY RENTAL PACKAGE:

If renting for a week ( 7 days or more ) the customer will receive a special weekly package of 1600 KM free.  Any additional mileage will be charged at a discounted rate of $0.18 per kilometer.

READY, SET, RIDE:   

Double your free kilometers when you rent from Monday to Thursday.   ( You will receive 400 km a day for free instead of 200 km a day. )

This is a Monday to Thursday special only.

If your rental does fall on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday this package does not apply.

** You must mention this package up front when booking or they will not be applied. **

REVIEWS

One thing has been crystal clear in the motorcycle market for the past couple of years: European companies are pushing the electronic envelope and delivering features that the Japanese have been reluctant to include. Two market segments in particular have benefited greatly from this progress, sportbikes and adventure-touring machines. Advanced traction control (enabled by ride-by-wire throttle control) and the latest generation ABS has made these bikes significantly better than models that were released just a couple years ago. And while Triumph has been a player in this arena, BMW and KTM have pushed the boundaries more than any of the others.

But for 2015, Triumph’s four-model line of Tiger 800s appear to have made up some serious ground on its Austrian and German competition. Triumph will offer a pair of cast-wheel, road-oriented models called the 800 XR and a higher-end offering called the 800 XRx. The more off-highway friendly (wire-spoke wheels) XC will also be available in a more-feature packed XCx model.

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