My Triumph Tiger 955i
I owned my Tiger 955i  from 2003 to 2007.  I had discovered big trail bikes the year before and I sold my Honda XRV750
Africa Twin and bought my Tiger new in Sept 2003.  The Tiger was only the second new road bike I've owned.  By then I had
owned over 60 bikes and my Tiger 955i I was among the best.  A great engine, super smooth,  good character, fast but not
furious with an upright riding position and a comfy seat.  I managed 55 mpg giving a 220+ mile range to provide real
touring potential.  At the time the Tiger 955i was the sportiest of the big traillies and I enjoyed a good owners fraternity.  I
part exchanged it for a 1050 Tiger from Lings in July 2007.  I had no faults with the Tiger 955i in 26,000 miles including 2
trips to the Alps,  a long tour of Scotland and 2 tours of Wales.  I was sorry to see the Tiger 955i go.
Eilean Donan Castle Scotland
Applecross Pass Scotland
Tiger in Scotland
I covered 26,000 trouble
free miles.  Generally
the finish coped well
with life in the UK.  
(Except for the cadmium
plated pipe fittings
which looked shabby
after just a few washes).
Overall the Tiger lasted
better than any other
bike I've ever owned.
Adrian's Triumph Tiger 955i pages
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Thunderbike Crashbars, GPS, Motrax Chain Oiler
I despair when UK Bike Magazines go on about legendary Honda build quality and are disparaging of Triumph
motorcycles.  My previous bike a Honda Africa Twin was secondhand, 3 years old with under 20,000 miles.  Under the
body panels it had bad corrosion everywhere, a rusting exhaust, the brake calipers were always binding and the
suspension was worn out, especially the damping in the front forks.  In comparison my Tiger 955i was a revelation in build
quality.  I sold it the bike after 4 years and it looked mint.