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Motorcycle Live 2021 - UK Gen-4 Breakfast Tiger Talk
on: November 24, 2021, 12:50:06 PM
Managed to book the "Breakfast Tiger Talk" which Triumph are offering at Motorcycle Live 2021, UK/Irl folk check your emails for the invite if on their marketing list. This is a pre show opening event (one hour) limited to 20 people per session specifically for the new Tiger 1200. Admitedly this is 21 hours after the official launch but it should be a good place to get first hand information and see the bike up close. And I'm in a good mood now as I just bagged a Ryanair flight same day return Dublin-Birmingham for €25.98 all in - Yippee!  :001:
 
JOIN US AT THE NEC FOR A VIP TIGER EXPERIENCE

We have two VIP opportunities for you to get up close to the new Tiger 1200 at Motorcycle Live. The hugely-anticipated new Tiger 1200 will be revealed at Motorcycle Live on Tuesday 7th December, and we would love for you to be one of the first to enjoy an exclusive viewing.

You can choose from either a one-to-one Tiger 1200 experience with a member of our team during the show from Wednesday 8th December to Sunday 12th December or a breakfast and Tiger Talks presentation on Wednesday the 8th or Sunday the 12th of December.



 

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Re: Motorcycle Live 2021 - UK Gen-4 Breakfast Tiger Talk
Reply #1 on: November 24, 2021, 07:08:19 PM
Where to book???


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Re: Motorcycle Live 2021 - UK Gen-4 Breakfast Tiger Talk
Reply #3 on: November 25, 2021, 07:33:32 AM

Thank you. I was busy planning a one day trip but when I checked the covid restricrions it turned out that it will be quite difficult to travel to the UK. Dutch insurance companies don't cover travelling to the UK for non-essential travellers.