Finally announced, and with quite a few worthwhile changes and improvements which take it even better into a pure road riding role that the new name suggests, and that address the main complaints of many current Tiger owners (who otherwise nearly always love this model). Better headlights, firmer and fully adjustable suspension, lowered a bit, more go/less fuel consumption, slicker looks, handling tweaks, "improved sound" and other bits. If it's priced well, anyone looking for a stylish (aside from maybe the stickers at the front), competent taller and roomier do-it-all bike with some poke and character could do a lot worse. It even gets a single-sided swingarm if that's your sort of thing. In a sense, it almost makes for a successor to the Sprint RS 955, which was never continued. At the same time it could also be thought of as a plusher and more practical Speed Triple alternative that keeps much the goodness. The ride reviews will be interesting, but looking at the current Tiger 1050 then adding the changes, it should be one hell of a bike. http://www.ashonbikes.com/content/triumph-tiger-sport .