Triumph Thruxton (2004 - present)

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Triumph Thruxton (2004 - present)

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Reviewed: by Visordown
For anyone who lives at the end of a long, winding road. For anyone who wants the classic bike look, feel and sound without having to be a life-long member of the RAC. Triumph’s Thruxton is nostalgia in a bottle... Retro is something that, as you would expect, Triumph does extremely well. ...  Continue reading

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I love it's looks, it's sound and the fact that it isn't trying to be the fastest, maddest bike around. I will live longer on it than on some of the sports bikes that can be had for a lot less money. People lov Continue reading...
I love it's looks, it's sound and the fact that it isn't trying to be the fastest, maddest bike around. I will live longer on it than on some of the sports bikes that can be had for a lot less money. People lov Continue reading...
Quite simply a cracking bike. Simple, straightforward and true to the spirit of the original this bike initially appeals due to its looks however the riding/owning experience is what sustains it attraction. Continue reading...
I love it. Its great. Sure it has faults, but its capable of anything from commuting through city centre traffic daily, touring (with the additoin of a rack and tank bag) 2 up, It can cruise at very-illegal-an Continue reading...

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Ah, those good old days…
 
Engine is lacking the fun factor and feels a little turgid.
  • Price: £6633.00
  • Year: from 2004
  • Top speed: 115mph
  • Engine capacity: 955cc
  • Power: 118bhp
  • Torque: 74lb ft
  • Weight: 205kg

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