Triumph adds additional trio of special edition bikes for 2022

TRIUMPH have revealed three more special edition motorcycles that will join their model line up for 2022. Much like the recently announced Gold Line Editions, the new variants will be available for next year only.

Distinguished by unique paint schemes and premium custom detailing, the Street Twin EC1, Thruxton RS Ton Up and Rocket 3 221 will be available in dealership showrooms from January 2022.

The new Street Twin EC1 special edition takes its inspiration from the vibrant custom classic motorcycle culture of London’s East End. In particular the historic streets of EC1, the iconic postcode which has lent its name to this model.

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It features a beautiful Matt Aluminium Silver and Matt Silver Ice fuel tank design that has subtle hand-painted silver coach lining, dedicated new EC1 graphics and the distinctive Triumph badge.

The unique custom scheme is carried over to the side panels, which are finished in Matt Silver Ice and carry a new Street Twin Limited Edition graphic, while both front and rear mudguards are Matt Aluminium Silver.

An accessory Matt Silver Ice fly screen, which complements the overall EC1 design scheme, is also available.

2022 Triumph Street Twin EC1 Edition
2022 Triumph Street Twin EC1 Edition

The EC1 Special Edition’s silver aesthetic is offset by lightweight, black 10-spoke wheels, a black headlamp bowl, black-finished mirrors and black engine covers. There’s minimal indicators front and rear, a comfortable bench seat, and compact LED rear light.

Inspired by the legendary Ton Up boys of the 1950s and 60s, the original café racers, and the first ever production 100mph lap of the Isle of Man TT achieved by Malcolm Uphill in 1969, the new Thruxton RS Ton Up Edition celebrates passion and iconic style.

Perfectly accentuating the Thruxton’s iconic café racer DNA and timeless silhouette, the new Ton Up Edition design scheme incorporates a stunning and unique Aegean Blue fuel tank with Jet Black knee pad graphics, edged with hand-painted silver coach lining.

This is paired with a Fusion White seat cowl and front mudguard, both of which feature unique new Carnival Red “100” graphics. The seat cowl also features additional hand-painted coach lining in black.

The side panels, featuring the new Thruxton RS Ton Up logo, are painted in Jet Black, as are the headlight bowl and rear mudguard. Other premium details include Matt Aluminium Silver fork protectors and blacked-out wheels, engine covers and RSU springs.

The Ton Up Edition also features all the hallmarks of the distinctive Thruxton RS, including unique Monza-style fuel filler cap, twin brushed stainless steel upswept silencers, single bullet seat and black bar-end mirrors.

Riders can also enhance their ride with the accessory cockpit fairing that now comes in a matching Aegean Blue.

2022 Triumph Thruxton Ton Up
2022 Triumph Thruxton Ton Up

Designed to celebrate the Rocket 3’s category-defining performance, including its world leading 221Nm of peak torque, the stunning 221 Special Edition, with its unique paint scheme, is offered on R and GT models.

The 221 Edition Rocket features a striking Red Hopper tank and front mudguard, beautifully contrasted with Sapphire Black mudguard brackets, headlight bowls, fly screen, side panels, rear bodywork and radiator cowls.

The paint scheme is further enhanced by the bold and unique 221 knee pad graphics, as well as the subtle tank-top graphics which showcase all of the Rocket’s exceptional performance numbers, including torque, engine, power, stroke and bore.

On top of the unique paint scheme, the special edition R and GT feature the signature style elements that have made the Rocket a modern motorcycle icon, including the imposing and muscular stance, distinctive twin headlights and sculpted three-header exhaust.

Pricing for the three special edition bikes will start at $17,150 ride away for the Street Twin EC1, and $27,150 ride away for the Thruxton RS Ton Up. Pricing for the Rocket 3 R 221 will start at $35,850 ride away, while the Rocket GT 221 will be priced from $36,850 ride away.

For further information please contact your local Triumph Motorcycles dealer.

Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin is the ride editor at Exhaust Notes Australia, founding editor of Two Wheel Addicts, a contributor at Bike Review and panel judge for Harley Davidson's Breakout Boss competition. Andrew has a love for anything on two wheels whether that be sports, naked or adventure bikes, with a guilty pleasure for cruisers.


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