RIUMPH MOTORCYCLES had unveiled a heavily revised version of the Tiger Sport a while ago and now they have gone ahead and revealed juicy details about the bike. It gets the 1050cc in-line triple from the Speed Triple albeit with 104 changes. The engine makes 124bhp at 9475rpm and 106Nm of torque at 7000rpm. The bike weighs in at 218kg (dry) and the seat height of 830mm is similar to the Tiger 800 series. Suspension bits are courtesy fully adjustable Showa 43mm upsidedown forks at front and Showa monoshock damper linking a single-sided swingarm for the rear. Braking is via twin 320mm floating discs up front gripped via Nissin four-piston radial calipers and a 255mm disc at the rear. The Tiger Sport gets ride-by-wire, three-riding modes, multi-stage traction control, slipper clutch, cruise control, and ABS as standard. Triumph has positioned the Tiger Sport between the 800 and Explorer. While the bike will be launched in Europe this month, we expect Triumph to add the Sport to its India line-up sometime later this year with the price at around 15 lakh.