My warranty expires this month on my 1050 and the cost of an extended warranty is pretty reasonable, particularly when compared to any failures. There were two choices offered by my dealer, and I went with a policy backed by Triumph but through RPM 1. Never heard of RPM 1, but it is a zero deductable and just like the OEM warranty. 4 yrs for $750, no tax, 3 yr for $625. I did the 4 yr as my bike only has about 3,600 miles on it. Just wanted to share this info for those who are considering doing the same thing. I think you have to do this while you still have some warranty, even 1 day is ok.
'71 Tiger, restored and beautiful
2009 DRZ 400 SM, BB Kit, Stage 2 Cams, 39 mm Carb, MRD/SSW Pipe
Tiger 1050, HyperPro Racing Rear, RaceTech Front, Arrow Race, 20546 Tune, Madstad, Airbox Mod, Krista's