Triumph Thruxton Café Racer

You could said that the Triumph Thruxton came hand in hand with the Café Racer style, and also that this same bike was the one which re-launched the style in full revival of the modern classic scene.

Triumph Thruxton Café Racer is the perfect match between bike and style, two concepts without which not the TMRT Motorcycles work would be really hard to understand, but also any other work from every modern classic builder around the world.

Triumph Thruxton Café Racer Specs

The Triumph Thruxton Café Racer is above all a bike ruled by the aesthetic of the mentioned style. The British classic style is recognized from a mile away with its stylized parts and the handmade character with which these bikes are gifted. In the perfect world of this style there would not be two equal bikes, as there are as many different bikes as owners.

Triumph Thruxton Café Racer Key Parts

There are some practically undeniable key changes for turning a bike into a Café Racer.

Seat: Is the central part of the makeover. The most radical change of the bike in these kind of builds is the rear. We dress it with the classic competition cowl, and get rid of its unwieldy back fender. Thus the bike achieves a sharp and clean appearance. There also is the option of installing a double-seater, which results in an eye-catching combination completed with a shortening of the frame.

Belly pan: The belly pan is the stylish alternative to the steel sump guard usually fitted on the Scrambler style bike builds. This aerodynamic-shaped part covers the downside of the bike and provides the whole build with a great personality.

Front fairings and grids: In the same manner that a significant share of the build is focused on the rear, the front is not left behind as it also can include parts which dress the bike in a substantial way. A bullet-type or visor-styled fairing, combined with a headlight grid, are a must in our most spectacular builds