The Thruxton is a faithful replica of the home-built roadracers that stormed across the English countryside from one pub to the next during the Sixties. Low clip-on handlebars, adjustable front and rear suspension, cut-down fenders, wirc-spoked aluminum rims and a floating front disc brake separate this EFI-equipped parallel-Twin from the other similarly powered models that Triumph produces. Best of all, The Thruxton runs and rides as well as it looks, producing a claimed 68 horsepower. Also available: The Thruxton SE with special paint and graphics.
Engine type: dohc parallel-Twin
Displacement: 865cc Carburetion: EFI Transmission speeds: 5 Final drive: chain Front brake: disc Rear brake: disc Wheelbase: 56.7 In. Seat height: 32.3 in. Fuel capacity: 4.2 gal. Claimed wet weight: 506 lb.
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