Can you ride the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 on an A2 licence?
Yes, you can ride the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 (2022 onwards) on an A2 motorbike licence. However, you will need to fit a restrictor kit to reduce its power output and make it A2 licence compliant!
Triumph Tiger Sport 660 (2022 onwards)
At first glance, the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 might seem like a sport-touring version of the popular adventure bike, the Triumph Tiger 800. However, it is not just a regular Tiger in a more road-oriented disguise, but rather a full-blown sports-tourer.
The bike is powered by a 660cc inline-three cylinder engine borrowed from the Street Trident. It generates 80 horsepower and 47 ft-lb of torque, which makes it one of the most powerful bikes in the category.
The Triumph Tiger Sport 660 looks and feels like a half-faired Street Triple, but it’s taller and more comfortable to ride. It is lighter and easier to handle than the adventure model, which makes it a better choice for beginner riders. And, thanks to its advanced features and lower price tag, the bike is also a great value for money.
A2 Licence Compliance
The Triumph Tiger Sport 660 is a 660cc A2-friendly sport touring bike. It has a power output of 60 kW (80 bhp), which exceeds the 35 kW (47 bhp) limit needed for an A2 licence. The bike has to be restricted by at least 41.6% to become A2 licence compliant.
You will need a restrictor to ride the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 on an A2 motorbike licence. See the restrictor kits section to check out what restrictors are available for the Triumph Tiger Sport 660.
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