The Triumph Thruxton Cafe Racer joining together
The authentic Cafe Racer engine
If there is a bike model that represents the neoclassical esthetic is the Triumph Thruxton Cafe Racer, two concepts that together create the perfect Cafe Racer. Strictly complying with the canons of a classic beauty in the motor sector, the Thruxton Cafe Racer will delight those riders looking for a bike of unique beauty.
Origin of the Triumph Thruxton Cafe Racer
Two concepts that go hand in hand
It could be said that the Triumph Thruxton range came hand in hand with the Cafe Racer style, and that in time it was the same bike that relaunched the style in the midst of the revival of the classic motorcycle.
The Triumph Thruxton Cafe Racer is the perfect union between motorcycle and style, two concepts without which it would be very difficult to understand the work not only of Tamarit Motorcycles, but of all the neoclassic bike builders in the world.
Triumph Thruxton Cafe Racer Characteristics
Cafe Racer at first sight
The Triumph Thruxton Cafe Racer is a motorcycle, above all, marked by the esthetics imposed on the style in question. The classic British style is recognizable from a distance by its stylized lines and the craftsmanship with which the bikes are endowed.
In the perfect world of this style no two bikes would be alike, but as many different bikes as there are owners. The Thruxton Cafe Racer makes its presence felt, above all, by components in the purest Racer style.
Triumph Thruxton Cafe Racer: components
In pure Racer style
There are a number of components of undisputed relevance to the Triumph Thruxton Cafe Racer, such as the seat, which is the centrepiece of these modifications.
The rear is the most radical change in these bikes, being dressed with a classic racing cowl and stripped of its bulky rear fenders, giving a clean and sharp appearance. There is also the option of installing a two-seater seat, which also gives an eye-catching result when combined with a shortened chassis.
The belly pans, the stylish alternative to the steel sump guards, this aerodynamic piece covers the underbody of the bike and adds a lot of personality to the whole conversion. Just as much of the conversion focuses on the rear end, the front end is no slouch either, incorporating parts that dress up the bike considerably. A bullet-type or visor-styled fairing, combined with a headlight grill, are a must in our most spectacular builds.