The Thruxton is the only Caf Racer model in Triumph. The Triumph Thruxton's overall design dates back to 1960 starting with the paint scheme and matching stripes. It gets a typical single seat, low-end handlebars with traditional bar-end mirrors and a fly screen. The twin pod instrument cluster gets analog speedometer and tachometer that goes well with the overall look of the bike.
The Triumph Thruxton is powered by the same 865cc parallel twin air-cooled engine that powers the Bonneville. The engine churns out 60 bhp @ 7400rpm and has a peak torque of 61Nm @ 5550rpm with plenty available at low revs. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox and the bike has a kerb weight of 230kg. The motorcycle Triumph Thruxton has Stainless steel headers, twin chromed upswept silencers exhaust with Tubular steel cradle frame. Triumph Thruxton motorcycle use at front Kayaba 41mm forks with adjustable preload and KYB chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload suspension in rear.
Triumph Thruxton motorcycle is avaliable in Brook LandsGreen, Phantom Black only. This motorcycle Thruxton competes Harley Davidson Forty Eight, Harley Davidson Super Low and Suzuki Intruder M800.