After a lengthy pandemic-caused delay, the 25th James Bond film, “No Time to Die” is finally going to premiere in a matter of weeks (Oct. 8 in the U.S.). Triumph was a partner for the film, supplying a Scrambler 1200 and a Tiger 900 for key action sequences in the movie.
Last year, despite the film getting delayed, Triumph announced a limited edition Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition which quickly sold out. Big budget productions, especially high-profile ones like a new Bond film, typically have a lot of moving parts, with various marketing and commercial tie-in deals each moving on their own pace. With the bikes already in production and, at the time, no clear timeline for the film’s premiere, Triumph made the decision to release the Bond Edition Scrambler last May. The decision seemed justified as all 30 units allotted to the U.S. were quickly claimed.
For anyone who was interested but missed out, you’ll get another chance, as Triumph announced another Bond Edition model, this time centered around the Tiger 900 Rally Pro.
The Tiger 900 Bond Edition will be limited to 250 units, worldwide, with each bike carrying a unique number on its billet machined handlebar clamp and an accompanying signed certificate of authenticity.
The Bond Edition models come in a Matt Sapphire Black paint with 007 graphics. The frame, headlight finishers, side panels, sump guard, pillion peg hangers, auxiliary lighting shrouds and engine bars were all given a premium, black finish. Other features include heated rider and pillion seats with Bond Edition branding, a brushed stainless steel Arrow silencer with a carbon end cap and strap, plus off-road capable Michelin Anakee Wild tires (the Tiger Rally Pro’s factory fitted more street-oriented Bridgestone Battlax tires will also be included).
Like the Scrambler 1200 before it, the Bond Edition Tiger 900s will feature a 007-themed start-up screen animation on their TFT displays.
The Triumph Tiger 900 Bond Edition will arrive in US dealerships around May or June 2022 with a $20,100 price tag (a $3,000 premium over the regular Tiger 900 Rally Pro.)
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