BMW F 750 GS 2018 vs. Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020

BMW F 750 GS 2018

BMW F 750 GS 2018

Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020

Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020

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Overview - BMW F 750 GS 2018 vs Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020

The BMW F 750 GS 2018 and the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020 are both enduro motorcycles that offer a combination of on-road and off-road capabilities. While they share some similarities in terms of engine type, front and rear suspension, and tire dimensions, there are also notable differences between the two models.

In terms of engine specifications, the BMW F 750 GS 2018 is equipped with a 2-cylinder in-line engine with a displacement of 853ccm, producing 77 horsepower and 83 Nm of torque. On the other hand, the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020 features a 3-cylinder in-line engine with a larger displacement of 888ccm, delivering 95.2 horsepower and 87 Nm of torque. This gives the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro a slight advantage in terms of power and torque.

Both motorcycles feature electric starters and chain transmissions, providing smooth and efficient power delivery. However, the BMW F 750 GS 2018 has a steel frame with a tubular, load-bearing engine design, while the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020 also has a steel frame but with a tubular design. The BMW F 750 GS 2018 has a slightly lower rake angle of 63 degrees compared to the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro's 65.4 degrees, which may affect the handling characteristics of the motorcycles.

BMW F 750 GS 2018

BMW F 750 GS 2018

In terms of suspension, the BMW F 750 GS 2018 is equipped with a telescopic fork front suspension with a diameter of 41mm and a travel of 151mm. The rear suspension consists of a swing arm with a monoshock and offers a travel of 177mm, with preload and rebound adjustment. On the other hand, the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020 features an upside-down telescopic fork front suspension with a larger diameter of 45mm and a travel of 180mm. The rear suspension is also a swing arm with a monoshock, offering a travel of 170mm and preload and rebound adjustment. The Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro's suspension also benefits from electronic adjustability, allowing for a more personalized riding experience.

Both motorcycles are equipped with double disk front brakes for reliable stopping power. The BMW F 750 GS 2018 features ABS as an advanced rider assistance system, while the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020 offers a more comprehensive range of advanced rider assistance systems, including suspension electronically adjustable, riding modes, cornering ABS, ride by wire, and traction control.

In terms of dimensions and weights, both motorcycles have a 19-inch front tire diameter and a 150mm rear tire width with a 17-inch rear tire diameter. The wheelbase of the BMW F 750 GS 2018 is slightly longer at 1559mm compared to the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro's 1556mm. The seat height of the BMW F 750 GS 2018 is also slightly higher at 815mm compared to the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro's 810mm. However, the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro has a larger fuel tank capacity of 20 liters, compared to the BMW F 750 GS 2018's 15-liter capacity.

Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020

Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020

In terms of strengths, the BMW F 750 GS 2018 offers a powerful engine with a pleasant sound, a comfortable seating position, stable brakes, playful handling, an extensive range of accessories, riding modes, traction control, and LED headlights. On the other hand, the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020 boasts a three-cylinder engine full of character, agile turn-in behavior, a quickshifter as standard, electronically adjustable suspension strut, generous standard equipment, good ergonomics, good wind and weather protection, and long-distance capability.

As for weaknesses, the BMW F 750 GS 2018 is criticized for its very low bikini screen and inconspicuous appearance. The Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020, on the other hand, has been noted for having a flood of switches on the left handlebar, which may be overwhelming for some riders.

Overall, both the BMW F 750 GS 2018 and the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020 offer their own unique strengths and weaknesses. The BMW F 750 GS 2018 may appeal to riders looking for a comfortable and versatile motorcycle with a powerful engine, while the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020 may be more suitable for those seeking a characterful three-cylinder engine and advanced rider assistance systems. Ultimately, the choice between the two models will depend on individual preferences and riding needs.

Technical Specifications BMW F 750 GS 2018 compared to Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020

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Engine and Drive Train

Engine typeEngine typeIn lineEngine typeIn line
BoreBore84 mmBore78 mm
StrokeStroke77 mmStroke61.9 mm
Engine powerEngine power77 HPEngine power95.2 HP
Rpm at Max. PowerRpm at Max. Power7500 rpmRpm at Max. Power8750 rpm
TorqueTorque83 NmTorque87 Nm
Rpm at TorqueRpm at Torque6000 rpmRpm at Torque7250 rpm
Compression RatioCompression Ratio12.7 Compression Ratio11.27
Fuel systemFuel systemInjectionFuel systemInjection
StarterStarterElectricStarterElectric
Clutch TypeClutch TypeMultiplate in oil-bathClutch TypeMultiplate in oil-bath
TransmissionTransmissionChainTransmissionChain
Transmission TypeTransmission TypeGearshiftTransmission TypeGearshift
Number of gearsNumber of gears6Number of gears6
CylindersCylinders2Cylinders3
StrokesStrokes4-StrokeStrokes4-Stroke
Valves per cylinderValves per cylinder4Valves per cylinder4
ValvesValvesDOHCValvesDOHC
CoolingCoolingliquidCoolingliquid
DisplacementDisplacement853 ccmDisplacement888 ccm

Suspension Front

Front suspensionFront suspensionTelescopic forkFront suspensionUpside-Down telescopic fork
DiameterDiameter41 mmDiameter45 mm
TravelTravel151 mmTravel180 mm

Suspension Rear

SuspensionSuspensionSwing armSuspensionSwing arm
Shock absorberShock absorberMonoshockShock absorberMonoshock
TravelTravel177 mmTravel170 mm
AdjustmentAdjustmentPreload, ReboundAdjustmentPreload, Rebound
MaterialMaterialAluminiumMaterialAluminium

Chassis

FrameFrameSteelFrameSteel
Frame typeFrame typeTubular, Load-bearing engineFrame typeTubular
RakeRake63 degreeRake65.4 degree
TrailTrail104.5 mmTrail133.3 mm

Brakes Front

TypeTypeDouble diskTypeDouble disk
DiameterDiameter305 mmDiameter320 mm
PistonPistonDouble pistonPistonFour pistons
Shock mountShock mountFloating caliperShock mountFloating caliper
ActuationActuationHydraulicActuationHydraulic

Brakes Rear

TypeTypeDiscTypeDisc
DiameterDiameter265 mmDiameter255 mm
PistonPistonSingle pistonPistonSingle piston
Shock mountShock mountFloating caliperShock mountFloating caliper

Assistance Systems

Advanced Rider Assistance SystemsAdvanced Rider Assistance SystemsABSAdvanced Rider Assistance SystemsSuspension electronically adjustable, Riding modes, Cornering ABS, Ride by Wire, Traction control

Dimensions and Weights

Front tyre widthFront tyre width110 mmFront tyre width100 mm
Front tyre heightFront tyre height80 %Front tyre height90 %
Front tyre diameterFront tyre diameter19 inchFront tyre diameter19 inch
Rear tyre widthRear tyre width150 mmRear tyre width150 mm
Rear tyre heightRear tyre height70 %Rear tyre height70 %
Rear tyre diameterRear tyre diameter17 inchRear tyre diameter17 inch
WidthWidth922 mmWidth930 mm
WheelbaseWheelbase1559 mmWheelbase1556 mm
Seat HeightSeat Height815 mmSeat Height810 mm
Fuel Tank CapacityFuel Tank Capacity15 lFuel Tank Capacity20 l
License compliancyLicense compliancyALicense compliancyA

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Pros and Cons in comparison

Pros and Cons in comparison

BMW F 750 GS 2018

BMW F 750 GS 2018

Anyone who regards the BMW F 750 GS merely as an entry-level bike is doing it an injustice. Although the low seat height, easy handling and pleasant engine response are indeed suitable for beginners, the "small" GS is also a lot of fun for advanced riders. The possibility of raising the F 750 GS to the level of an upper-class bike with all kinds of luxury features is unique and makes it the ultimate wolf in sheep's clothing.

Powerful engine with pleasant sound

comfortable seating position

stable brakes

playful handling

extensive range of accessories

riding modes

traction control

LED headlights.

Very low bikini screen

inconspicuous appearance

Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020

Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020

Good things take time, they say. Triumph has kept to this and with the Tiger 900 GT Pro has put a motorbike on the cast rims that continues the long, successful path of the 800 with many detail improvements and is just as much a practical everyday motorbike as it is for extended tours and trips. The Triple has become sharper and yet is still a harmonious unit with which even beginners can do no wrong without boring the experienced motorcyclist. And that's thanks to sufficient suspension travel on roads of the most varied qualities as well as quite moderate off-road passages. There was little to complain about in our first impression, but we will certainly take a closer look at the Tiger.

Three-cylinder engine full of character

agile turn-in behaviour

quickshifter as standard

electronically adjustable suspension strut

generous standard equipment

good ergonomics

good wind and weather protection

long-distance capability.

Flood of switches on the left handlebar

Price Comparison Avarage Market Price BMW F 750 GS vs Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro

There are a few key differences between a BMW F 750 GS 2018 and a Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020. In terms of price, the actual average price of a Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro 2020 is about 29% higher. There are the same number of bikes of both models available on the 1000PS.de marketplace, specifically 5. It takes less time to sell a BMW F 750 GS with 77 days compared to 88 days for a Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro. Since model year 2018 1000PS.de editors have written 23 reviews for the BMW F 750 GS and 10 reviews for the Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro since model year 2020. The first review for the BMW F 750 GS was published on 11/7/2017 and now has more than 54,400 views. This compares to more than 65,300 views for the first review on Triumph Tiger 900 GT Pro published on 12/3/2019.

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