Additional photos of this 2013 Triumph Tiger 800 are available here for your perusal.

In a world where every adventure bike feels like it’s getting bigger and heavier, the Triumph Tiger 800 premiered in 2010 with reasonable dimensions and a lovely triple derived from the Daytona 675.

The Tiger 800 comes highly-specified as standard. The two-piece adjustable seat, suspension and levers combine with hand guards to ensure comfort, while a built-in immobilizer and switchable ABS option are designed with safety and security in mind.

Practicality is key with the Tiger 800. Superb agility comes as standard thanks to wide, tapered aluminum bars and lightweight cast wheels (19” front and 17” rear). A well appointed rear rack doubles up as a passenger grab rail, while up front the comprehensive instrumentation gives you all the vital information you need to know on your journey – or in this case, that the bike has just 671 miles.

The Tiger 800 also comes with a high capacity generator to allow the fitment of multiple electrical accessories for even greater practicality. Over 60 bespoke accessories have been developed for the Tiger 800 series, including rugged hard and soft luggage solutions, heated grips, and tire pressure monitoring sensors.

This Triumph (VIN: SMTE05BF8DJ565165) was just traded into a local Harley-Davidson dealership, and as such not much is known about the prior history. It is due for the first service, and the wrench icon on the gauge cluster is illuminated.

This Tiger is equipped with a RAM phone mount, engine crash bars, and R&G axle sliders front and rear.

This Tiger has barely been ridden, but it’s well setup for pavement and light duty off-road touring. Where will you take it to?