Triumph Thruxton Final Edition ends production 2024

Triumph Thruxton Final Edition ends production 2024

Bringing the current iteration of Triumph’s cafe racer motorcycle to an end is the 2024 Thruxton Final Edition. Based on the Thruxton RS, the Thruxton Final Edition comes in an exclusive Competition Green paint scheme, with hand-painted gold lining and adorned with the artist’s signature.

Destined to be a collector’s edition, the Thruxton Final Edition also comes with a certificate of authenticity carrying the signatures of the Thruxton 1200 design team as well as the signature of Triumph CEO John Bloor. A unique Final Edition engine badge accompanies Thruxton Final Edition, with a gold-finished surround and ‘Final Edition’ graphic infill.

The Heritage Triumph logo in emblazoned in gold on the tank along with Thruxton Final Edition branding found elsewhere. Available as an extra cost option is a dedicated cockpit fairing, colour matched to blend with the limited-edition Competition Green paint scheme.

Otherwise, the Thruxton Final Edition is mechanically identical to the Thruxton 1200 RS. Power comes from a parallel-twin displacing 1,200 cc and producing 105 PS at 7,500 rpm with 112 Nm of torque at 4,250 rpm.

Brembo M50 radial-mount brake calipers are matched to floating 310 mm Brembo discs on there 32-spoke tubeless front wheel. Suspension is done by Showa with ’Big Piston’ forks are paired with twin Ohlins shock absorbers with remote reservoirs, with everything fully-adjustable.

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Mohan K Ramanujam

Coming with diverse and extensive experience in heavy engineering, Mohan enjoys making anything with wheels go fast, especially motorcycles. His weapon of choice is the Desmoquattro engine, and he has a penchant for anything with a dash of Italian design. Strangely enough, he insists he's a slow rider.



  • David C on Oct 19, 2023 at 9:12 am

    Not many would know that there is a company in Malaysia making the engine covers for Triumph. And have been doing so for almost 20 years.

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