2024 Triumph Tiger 900 Aragón Edition - First Look

Dennis Chung
by Dennis Chung

Special edition celebrates victory in the Baja Aragón

As we were first to report back in January, Triumph is releasing new special edition versions of the Tiger 900 to celebrate Ivan Cervantes’ win in the 2022 Baja Aragón. The new Aragón Edition Tiger 900 Rally and Tiger 900 GT models will be offered for just one year only.

Cervantes won the Trail class at the Baja Aragón on a Tiger 900 Rally Pro, finishing the 280-mile race 1 hour and 6 minutes ahead of the next bike in the class.

The 2024 Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Aragón Edition comes in a Matte Phantom Black, Matte Graphite, and Crystal White with Racing Yellow accents, resembling the livery of the model Cervantes rode. The Tiger 900 GT Aragón Edition comes in a Diablo Red, Matte Phantom Black, and Crystal White color. Both versions will feature two-tone seats and Aragón Edition detailing, including the geographic coordinates of Zaragosa, the capital of Aragón.

Both models will come fitted with engine protection bars, while the Rally Aragón Edition also comes with extended protection around the radiator covers and fuel tank.

Beyond that, the special editions are similar to the respective GT Pro and Rally Pro models. The engine remains the same 888 cc Inline-Triple, claiming 93.9 hp at 8,750 rpm and 64 lb-ft. at 7,250 rpm. The suspension is also unchanged, with the Rally Aragón equipped with long-travel Showa units and the GT Aragón coming with Marzocchi components including the GT Pro’s electronically adjustable rear suspension.

For a pair of special editions, the Aragón models are priced fairly competitively. The Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Aragón Edition is priced at $16,995, which is $400 lower than the 2023 Rally Pro. The Triumph Tiger 900 GT Aragón Edition is also $400 less expensive than the 2023 GT Pro model, with an MSRP of $16,495.

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Dennis Chung
Dennis Chung

Dennis has been a part of the Motorcycle.com team since 2008, and through his tenure, has developed a firm grasp of industry trends, and a solid sense of what's to come. A bloodhound when it comes to tracking information on new motorcycles, if there's a new model on the horizon, you'll probably hear about it from him first.

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  • Mad4TheCrest Mad4TheCrest on Jul 21, 2023

    The GT version sounds like a nice deal since it has one of the GT Pro's most desirable features at $400 off.

  • Bikecadet Bikecadet on Dec 23, 2023

    Would this be smart for a first timer? Ive had dirt bikes but i just got my license and i wanna sell my car