22/06/2013

Adventure Sought. Adventure Found.

How’s this for a riding route: cruise the southern coast of Spain to the Strait of Gibraltar, ferry across to Morocco, venture into the Sahara desert, cross the Atlas mountains to Marrakesh and complete the circuit back to Spain? That’s the adventure shared by 12 winners of the Triumph “Seeking Explorers” sweepstakes that introduced the new Tiger Explorer to the world.

Thousands of people entered the contest over the winter. After one winner was selected from each of 12 countries, they grabbed their passports and convened in Malaga, Spain, to set off on what they later agreed was the adventure of a lifetime.

The riders raved about the scenery, the local culture, the camaraderie, the varying road conditions that showed off the versatility of the new bike, and their luck in being selected for such an amazing journey. This short video provides the general flavor of the trip, and you can experience more at the Triumph Seeking Explorers Adventure page on Facebook.

The 2012 Tiger Explorer is in showrooms now. Visit your local dealer to orders yours today, or click here to learn more.

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