Triumph brings down curtain on Thruxton with Final Edition

Triumph have called time on their iconic café racer, with production of the Thruxton set to end in 2024. To mark the occasion, they’ve created an exclusive and striking Final Edition, based on the sublime RS variant.

With agile handling and a premium specification, this special model is the result of generations of development, culminating in a beautiful, and highly collectible, limited-edition motorcycle. It will be available in strictly limited numbers.

Finished in an exclusive Competition Green colour, with hand-painted gold lining, the Thruxton Final Edition is signed by the artist. Each example also comes with a certificate of authenticity featuring the signatures of the design team and the bike’s VIN number.

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A unique Final Edition engine badge will also be supplied with each motorcycle, with a gold-finished surround and graphic infill. The bike is built to the same category-defining specification as the Thruxton RS, including the high powered 1200cc Bonneville engine.

A race-bred, fully adjustable Showa USD ‘Big Piston’ fork and twin Öhlins piggy-back rear suspension units contribute to the Thruxton Final Edition’s incredible café racer handling, delivering best-in-class agility, control and rider feedback.

2024 Triumph Thruxton Final Edition
2024 Triumph Thruxton Final Edition

Lightweight 17-inch aluminium 32-spoke wheels fitted with Metzeler Racetec RR tyres deliver sure-footed stability and incredible grip. Brembo M50 radial monobloc callipers provide braking performance, with the added confidence and safety of ABS for the road.

Three riding modes: Road, Rain and Sport, offer on-the-fly adjustments to throttle map and traction control settings. A twin clock instrument setup provides at-a-glance information including riding mode setting, gear position indicator, fuel level and odometer.

LED lighting, including a distinctive DRL with branded bulb cap headlight, and a compact taillight feature, as does a convenient USB charging port that’s ideal for sat-nav, phone and other devices.

Exclusive touches, aside from those already detailed above, also include black side panels and mudguards, and heritage Triumph logo in gold on the tank. Bespoke to the Final Edition is an optional cockpit fairing that’s been colour matched to this specific variant.

As beautiful as it is practical, this stunning fairing brings an alternative aesthetic to the striking Thruxton Final Edition. Priced from $28,100 ride away, it’s available to order through your local Triumph dealership now. Customer bikes will arrive in May 2024.

2024 Triumph Thruxton Final Edition
2024 Triumph Thruxton Final Edition
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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