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Enhancing the Racer virtues
The Triumph Thruxton R belongs to a lineage that has been pivotal in the history of motorcycling, representing a step further in the high-displacement engines of the brand. An icon of the Cafe Racer movement, this motorcycle will delight an entire generation of enthusiasts who appreciate classic styles coupled with powerful performance.
This motorcycle embodies the very essence of Cafe Racer tradition, blending a classic design with powerful and modern performance. Its membership in a lineage that has marked milestones in motorcycling history adds a touch of prestige and authenticity to the Thruxton R. Its presence on the road is a tribute to the brand's legacy and a bold expression of advanced engineering.
The Triumph Thruxton R is not just a bike; it is a testament to the brand's commitment to excellence and innovation. Its high-displacement engine not only provides thrilling acceleration but also offers exceptional control and maneuverability. Riding enthusiasts will feel a unique connection to the road while enjoying the distinctive power and style that only a Cafe Racer can deliver.
The classic design of the Thruxton does not sacrifice comfort or functionality. Every detail, from the handlebars to the seat, has been carefully designed to achieve exceptional ergonomics.
Attention to detail extends to the aesthetic finishes, capturing the essence of Cafe Racer style with a perfect blend of nostalgia and modernity.
This motorcycle represents a bold step into the future of high-end motorcycles, keeping the flame of Cafe Racer tradition alive. The Triumph Thruxton R is much more than a machine on wheels; it is a style statement, a symbol of performance, and a continuous link to Triumph's rich heritage in the world of motorcycling. In summary, the Thruxton R is a perfect combination of timeless elegance and cutting-edge technology, poised to captivate a new generation of classic motorcycle enthusiasts with a touch of modern power.
ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION
Type: Parallel-twin, 270º firing interval, 8 valves, SOHC (single overhead camshaft). Liquid cooling.
Displacement: 1,200 cc
Bore: 97.6 mm
Stroke: 80 mm
Compression Ratio: 12.1:1
Maximum Power EC: 105 HP (77 kW) at 7,500 rpm
Maximum Torque EC: 112 Nm at 4,250 rpm
Fuel System: Sequential multipoint electronic fuel injection
Exhaust: Tamarit 2:2 exhaust system with brushed finish collectors and silencers
Final Drive: Chain
Clutch: Wet, multi-plate, assist and slip
Frame: Tubular steel cradle
Swingarm: Double anodized aluminum arm
Front wheel: 32-spoke aluminum wheels, 17” x 3.5”
Rear wheel: 32-spoke aluminum wheels, 17” x 5”
Front tire: 120/70 ZR17
Rear tire: 160/60 ZR17
Front suspension: Fully adjustable 43mm Showa BPF inverted fork with 120mm of travel
Rear suspension: Fully adjustable Öhlins twin shocks with independent reservoir. 120mm of wheel travel
Front Brake: Twin 310mm floating discs with Brembo M50 radial monoblock 4-piston calipers and ABS
Rear Brake: 220mm disc with Nissin floating 2-piston caliper and ABS
Instrument Panel and Functions: Multifunction LCD instrument panel with analog speedometer and tachometer, gear position indicator, fuel level, range, average and instantaneous consumption, maintenance indicator, traction control and riding mode status, clock, on-board computer with menu and mode control from the handlebar. The panel is capable of displaying and controlling accessories such as heated grips when installed.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
Handlebar Width: 745 mm
Height (without mirrors): 1,030 mm
Seat Height: 810 mm
Wheelbase: 1,415 mm
Rake: 22.8 º
Trail: 92 mm
Dry Weight: 175 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity: 14.5 L
An inspiration for neoclassical motorcycling
Pushing the boundaries known for neoclassic bikes, the Triumph Thruxton R is a more powerful, better equipped and with better premium finishes, which has led it to end up being an inspiration for today's neoclassic motorcycling. It is the one to satisfy any demand that a classic bike enthusiast may have.
True to a good British elegance but with all the current technology. Its marked sporty character is the main ingredient of a formula that promises to revolutionize not only the rider's heart, but also that of the entire motorcycling sector.
The 43mm Showa BPF front fork enhances the bike's stability and responsiveness, providing precise and comfortable handling. It boasts 120mm of travel and is fully adjustable.
The Öhlins twin shock absorbers, fully adjustable with an independent reservoir, elevate the bike's performance, offering greater control, comfort, and stability. It enhances the riding experience across all terrains.
Power filters, when integrated into your bike, not only boost its performance by an additional 6hp but also optimize combustion, improving engine response and providing a more powerful and efficient riding experience.
The advanced braking system, featuring dual 310mm front floating brake discs and Brembo M50 monoblock 4-piston radial calipers with ABS, delivers exceptional control, superior braking power, and increased safety, ensuring a reliable and thrilling riding experience.
The Tamarit exhaust system installed on the Black Mamba delivers superior performance, adding 3hp to the bike. Power and style merge for a unique experience on every journey.
The removal of the rear fender has enhanced the agility, efficiency, and aesthetics of the motorcycle.
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The roar of the Thruxton
These bikes went into production in 2017 and come equipped with an 8-valve, 1200 cc parallel-twin engine controlled by a new electronic throttle. Compared to previous versions, it improves by delivering a maximum torque of 112 Nm at 4950 rpm and a power of 97 hp at 6750 rpm, although with the appropriate modifications it can reach 120 hp.
In keeping with the bike's retro design, it is also liquid-cooled and complies with Euro 4 emissions standards. In line with this, it features a new inverted megaphone-shaped exhaust system in brushed steel.
The Triumph Thruxton R provides a chassis that respects the style of sporty riding position, characteristic of the Cafe Racer style. At the front we can find Showa Big Piston upside down telescopic forks, a wheel travel of 120 mm and the diameter tube is 43 mm. At the rear we have two shock absorbers with separate aluminium hydraulic tanks and the same wheel travel of 120 mm.
It has ABS and two 340 mm Brembo front discs with a diameter of 340 mm. The discs feature two Nassin ABS calipers per floating disc.
As for the dimensions of the Triumph Thruxton R, the maximum length of the bike is 2105 mm, the widest part is 745 mm and the saddle height is 810 mm, this can be varied by changing the damping travel. The bike mass is 203 kg and the range after measurement is about 4.8 L per 100 km.
Although it is called a retro bike, the only thing it shares with that concept is the design, as the Triumph Thruxton R is equipped with a multitude of technological components: ABS, electronic throttle, traction control, anti-rebound clutch, three riding modes (Road, Rain and Sport), LED technology in the rear headlight, LED DRL lighting in the front headlight and a USB port under the seat.
The Cafe Racer frenzy
What style is appropriate for a Thruxton R? How can you think otherwise? This bike has been conceived for the Cafe Racer frenzy and the purest British racing spirit. The rider position, already achieved by the rear footrests, are one of the first signs that this is the ideal choice for this style. The power and technology that also accompany this model only enhance an adrenaline-filled riding experience.
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