Celebrate the legendary café racer's final bow in 2024 with Triumph's exclusive Thruxton Final Edition. This remarkable motorbike, a culmination of Thruxton's rich heritage, offers a rare chance to own a piece of motorcycle history.

The Thruxton Final Edition, built upon the Thruxton RS, boasts outstanding performance, agility, and style. It features an exquisite Competition Green paint scheme adorned with hand-painted gold lining and the artist's signature, paying homage to the Thruxton's racing legacy.

Each Thruxton Final Edition includes a unique VIN certificate of authenticity signed by the design team and Triumph's CEO, Nick Bloor. Additionally, a Final Edition engine badge with a gold-finished surround is provided as a striking display piece.

The NEW Thruxton Final Edition will be arriving in Lings Triumph dealerships from Spring 2024, priced at £15,095 OTR, call 0800 368 8845 or register your interest below.


Iconic Farewell: The Thruxton Final Edition

This is a unique opportunity for Thruxton enthusiasts to acquire the ultimate Thruxton at its peak of development.

Key Features:

  • Powerful 1200cc Bonneville engine, Euro 5 compliant, producing 105PS with 112Nm of torque
  • Race-inspired Showa USD 'Big Piston' forks and Öhlins rear suspension
  • Lightweight 17" aluminum wheels with Metzeler Racetec RR tires
  • Brembo M50 radial monobloc calipers with ABS
  • Three riding modes: Road, Rain, and Sport
  • Twin clock instrument set-up and LED lighting
  • Exclusive Competition Green metallic paint and hand-painted details
  • Heritage Triumph logo, Thruxton Final Edition branding, and a certificate of authenticity

Modern and Agile Handling

The Thruxton's reputation for dynamic, performance-oriented road handling is well-deserved. Its race-inspired riding position and carefully selected components, fine-tuned for excellence, make the Thruxton Final Edition stand out. Premium Showa 'Big Piston' forks and Öhlins rear suspension provide customizable comfort and superb road handling. Brembo M50 radial brake calipers and Metzeler Racetec RR tires offer impressive stopping power and racetrack-level grip.

Iconic Café Racer Styling

The Thruxton's signature café racer style receives a contemporary upgrade for the Final Edition. A Competition Green paint scheme pays homage to British racing heritage, complemented by hand-painted gold-line details on the fuel tank and seat cowl. The blacked-out elements, exclusive Thruxton Final Edition logo, and attention to detail further enhance its striking appearance.

Special Color-Matched Accessory Cockpit Fairing

Over 80 genuine Triumph Thruxton accessories, including a 'pillion set-up,' are available. A bespoke accessory cockpit fairing, color-matched to the Competition Green paint scheme, adds style and practicality to this exceptional bike.

The winning Sixties
While its Bonneville roots can be traced back to the Fifties, the Thruxton was born as a limited-edition racer in 1964. An instant success in endurance races, the exclusive Thruxton aptly earning its biggest accolade by claiming all three podium places at the 1969 Thruxton 500-mile race. With success at the Isle of Man TT following shortly after, the Thruxton became the first production motorcycle to lap the Mountain Course at over 100mph. The Thruxton’s uncompromised racing style, handling and performance was a must for those protagonists of the traffic light Grand Prix, the world over.

The thoroughly modern Thruxton
In 2016 the first 1200cc Thruxton, the R, hit the showrooms, creating a new performance benchmark in this fast-growing category. Three years on, the Thruxton RS took the genre into new territories. Increased power, improved handling and a specification like no other ensured the 2019 Thruxton RS had peerless performance and the looks to match.

The final evolution
The absolute pinnacle of Thruxton development, celebrated with the exclusive and exquisite Final Edition. Hand-painted perfection, and available for just one last production run.


Thruxton Final Edition


Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin


1200 cc


97.6 mm


80 mm

Final drive

O-ring chain




Tubular steel, with steel cradles

Front wheel

Tubeless 32-spoke 17 x 3.5 in, aluminium rims

Rear wheel

Tubeless 32-spoke 17 x 5 in, aluminium rims

Front suspension

Showa 43 mm USD big piston forks, fully adjustable 120 mm travel

Rear suspension

Fully adjustable Öhlins twin shocks with piggyback reservoir,
120 mm rear wheel travel

Front brakes

Twin 310 mm Brembo floating discs, Brembo M50 4-piston radial monobloc calipers, ABS

Rear brakes

Single 220 mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper, ABS

Width (handlebars)

745 mm

Height without mirrors

1,030 mm

Seat height

810 mm

Fuel tank capacity

14.5 litres