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End of an era: Triumph announces Thruxton Final Edition

Triumph Motorcycles has been a stalwart of the cafe racer class for decades, but with the changing tastes of motorcyclists, it seems the end of an era is nigh with the announcement that 2024 will be the last year for the iconic Thruxton.

“The Thruxton has a special place in the hearts of many motorcyclists, and we are all immensely proud of this Final Edition, which captures the essence of the British café racer scene, Triumph Motorcycles’ Chief Commercial Officer Paul Stroud said. “The Thruxton will bow out of production at the very pinnacle of its development with a special edition that secures its place in the history books of Triumph Motorcycles.”

Undoubtedly set to become a desirable collectors’ item, as you'd expect for a special edition motorcycle, each Thruxton Final Edition will come with a certificate of authenticity featuring the bike’s unique VIN number. This is in turn signed by members of the Thruxton 1200 design team and Triumph’s CEO, Nick Bloor. The bike also is set apart from the regular Thruxton RS by its unique Final Edition engine badge will also be supplied with each motorcycle, with a gold-finished surround and ‘Final Edition’ graphic infill, this beautiful badge is sure to make a great display piece.

The bikes themselves will be based on the Thruxton RS and will be offered in an exquisite Competition Green paint scheme, with hand-painted gold lining and signed by the artist. It’s fair to say the Thruxton Final Edition blends the style and traditional elegance of the RS, while also paying homage to the Thruxton’s rich racing heritage.

If you want to get your hands on the next piece of Triumph history, get in touch with your local Triumph dealer as numbers of the Thruxton Final Edition will be limited when they arrive in Kiwi dealerships in late March 2024.


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