Triumph Thruxton 900

With the Triumph Thruxton 900, the British firm took a step forward in the creation of classic Cafe Racer-oriented bikes. The improvements in the modern classics assets were one of the entries of this successful model. This bike, which remained 12 years in the market, is responsible of marking an era in the modern classics air-cooled bikes. Along with the Triumph Bonneville T100, these two models were the backbone of the whole modern classic bike range that led the classic bikes market in the beginning of the 21st century.

Triumph Thruxton 900 specs

Engine: Four stroked twin-cylinder in parallel, air-cooled with a capacity of 865cc, engine power of 68 HP and a vehicle mass of 230 kg.

Sizes: A total length of 2.150 mm, a wheelbase of 1.490 mm and a height for the seater of 820 mm.

Suspension and brakes: Front suspension of 41/120 mm adjustable Kabaya telescopic fork. Two 106 mm Kabaya back suspension with adjustable preload. 2 pist Nissin caliper 320mm single disk front brake, and 2 pist. Nissin Caliper 255mm single disk rear brake. Fuel and range: Unleaded petrol 95/98 with a fuel tank volume of 16 L.

Triumph Thruxton 900

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