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2014 Triumph Thruxton

The Thruxton is born of the café racer culture that dominated motorcycling in the 1960s.

Back then, British twins, usually Bonneville engines, were used to form the basis of home built bikes. Used to race from one café to another, they featured extensive modifications such as dropped bars, single seats and upswept exhausts.

To this day, we’ve kept many of these styling cues for the modern Thruxton. Named after the high speed British circuit where Triumph enjoyed great success in production racing, it follows in the tyre tracks of the legendary 1960s Thruxton T120R.

And just like those café racers of the 60s, the modern Thruxton is Bonneville based but nowadays, our engineers have made sure it rides like a modern Triumph twin. So it’s dependable enough for everyday use, easy and fun to ride yet still evokes the classic café racer look.

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Styling

We created a style for the Thruxton that echoes the 1960s café racers. Back then, machines were modified by their owners for higher speeds and sharper handling.

We used classic 1960s paint schemes with period sports stripes and fitted a typical single-seat, or so it looks thanks to the rear cover. In actual fact a passenger can enjoy the ride on a Thruxton too.

Handlebars

Low and narrow 'Ace' handlebars, named after London's famous Ace Café, with classic bar-end mirrors sit behind a colour-coded flyscreen.

Instruments

Twin instrument pods sitting high on their top yoke mounting position.

Engine

The café racers were built to perform, not just to look good. Today, this 865cc parallel twin puts out a healthy 69PS with 69Nm of torque at its peak, with plenty available at low revs so you get most use out of it. Fuelling is controlled by a sophisticated computer programmed management system for clean emissions and a smooth, predictable throttle response.

Configuration

The basic format is the same as the current Bonneville, with 360 degree firing intervals, double overhead cams, eight valves, twin balance shafts and fuel injection. So you know it's a thoroughly modern engine that, despite its convincing old-school looks, easily meeting Triumph’s high standard of reliability, durability and efficiency.

Frame

All of our extensive chassis experience and technology has gone into the Thruxton’s simple tubular steel construction. Providing easy, neutral steering and exceptional balance even at low speeds.

Suspension

We fitted 41mm forks and chromed rear shocks and retuned them for a firmer ride and tighter control in high speed corners. The shocks include adjustability for spring preload for carrying a passenger or to suit your riding style.

Brakes

We fitted the front with a big 320mm single disc strong enough to match the sporting pedigree of the Thruxton with plenty of feedback to enhance your ride. Yet we've made it as unobtrusive as possible within the 1960s styling. At the rear is another disc, so there’s no compromise in the Thruxton's thoroughly modern braking performance.

Wheels and Tires

The wheels are wire-spoked with aluminium alloy rims, 18 inches at the front and 17 inches rear for the classic café racer look. They're lightweight too, for increased suspension performance and handling agility.

Handling

We kept the geometry similar to the Bonneville's but with a little less trail at 97mm so you get sharper steering and more urgent handling when ridden hard. But the same neutral, obedient feel during less exuberant riding, making the Thruxton a rewarding as well as an easy bike to ride.

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Specifications

2014 Triumph Thruxton Base
Year 2014
Manufacturer Triumph
Model Name Thruxton
Trim Name Base
Generic Type (Primary) Standard
Engine
Engine Type Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 360º firing interval
Displacement 865cc
Bore 90 mm
Stroke 68 mm
Fuel System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI
Exhaust Stainless steel headers, twin chromed upswept mufflers
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gears 5-speed
Oil capacity 4.5 liters (1.2 US gals)
Chassis
Frame Type Tubular steel cradle
Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
Instrumentation Analogue speedometer and tachometer with odometer and trip information
Wheels & Tires
Front Wheel 36-spoke 18 x 2.5in, aluminum rim
Rear Wheel 40-spoke 17 x 3.5in, aluminum rim
Front Tire 100/90 18
Rear Tire 130/80 R17
Suspension
Front Suspension KYB 41mm forks with adjustable preload, 120mm travel
Rear Suspension KYB chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload, 106mm rear wheel travel
Brakes
Front braking system Single 320mm floating disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Rear braking system Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Dimensions
Length 2150mm (84.6in)
Width 830mm (32.7in)
Height 1095mm (43.1in)
Seat Height 820mm (32.3in)
Wheelbase 1490mm (58.6in)
Rake/trail 27º/97mm (3.82in)
Fuel Capacity 16 liters (4.2 US gals)
Curb Weight 230 kg (506 lbs)
Dry Weight 214 kg (472 lbs)
Performance
Engine Power 69PS @ 7400
Engine Torque, Maximum 69NM @ 5800
Fuel Economy: Combined City/Hwy Urban - 43us mpg, 56mph/90kph - 57us mpg