Triumph release new pictures and full Thruxton TFC spec

The limited production run of 750 will be handcrafted, with more power, torque, and custom detailing

Triumph Thruxton R TFC

TRIUMPH have released the full spec and details for their latest TFC (Triumph Factory Customs) project. The Thruxton TFC, which is limited to just 750 units, is going to be a handcrafted using top-shelf suspension and braking components. The bike will also feature a stunning looking carbon fibre fairing, mudgaurds and heel plates to add to the exclusive look.

Some of the highlights of the bike include:

  • 750 numbered and TFC badged editions 
  • Lighter and 10PS more power than the Thruxton R  
  • 115 Nm of Torque @ 4,850 RPM
  • High-spec components:
    - Fully adjustable Öhlins suspension
    - Brembo radial master cylinder and adjustable brake lever
    - Race-specification Metzeler Racetec RR tyres
    - Titanium Vance & Hines silencers with carbon fibre end caps.
  • Custom finish and detailing including carbon fibre bodywork
    and billet machined top yoke with numbered TFC plaque.
  • Personalised TFC handover pack including a book and signed letter of authentication.

Every Thruxton TFC owner will also receive a special tailor-made TFC handover pack unique to their bike, featuring a numbered letter signed by Triumph’s CEO Nick Bloor, a personalised custom build book, and a beautiful Thruxton TFC bike cover.

The Thruxton TFC will feature lightweight carbon fibre bodywork, including a one-piece carbon cockpit fairing, front mudguard, seat cowl, heel guards and silencer end caps. More motorcycle jewellery comes in the form of billet machined aluminium top yoke with TFC logos, brushed nickel mirror centres, tinted screen, leather seat and billet machined aluminium oil filler cap.

Triumph Thruxton TFC spec



Engine Type

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




97.6 mm x 80.0 mm

Maximum Power

107PS @ 8,000rpm

Maximum Torque

115Nm @ 4,850rpm

Fuel system

Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection


Brushed 2 into 2 exhaust system, twin brushed titanium silencers with carbon fibre end caps

Final drive

O-ring chain


Wet, multi-plate assist clutch


6 speed


Tubular steel, aluminium cradles


LCD multi-functional instrument pack with analogue speedometer and analogue tachometer, TFC specific dial faces


Twin-sided, aluminium, clear anodized

Front Wheel

32-spoke 17 x 3.5in, black anodized rim

Rear Wheel

32-spoke 17 x 5in, black anodized rim

Front Tyre

Metzeler RaceTec RR, 120/70 ZR17

Rear Tyre

Metzeler RaceTec RR,  160/60 ZR17

Front Suspension

Öhlins 43mm NIX30 upside down forks with adjustable rebound and compression damping, 120mm travel

Rear Suspension

Fully adjustable Öhlins twin shocks with piggy back reservoir, billet aluminium adjusters, 120mm rear wheel travel

Front Brake

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

Rear Brake

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

Seat Height

810 mm




92 mm

Dry Weight


Fuel Tank Capacity

14.5 L

Fuel Consumption


CO2 Emissions


Triumph Rocket TFC to launch in May

The Hinckley factory have also announced that the recently shared Rocket TFC, the replacement to the Rocket III, is going to be following a similar baptism to the Truxton TFC in May this year.

They said: “The concept for the next TFC model is an all-new Rocket TFC. The world’s biggest production engine transformed, the ultimate motorcycle. Full details and launch to follow on 1st May 2019.”

Given the Rocket TFC’s warm reception from all quarters when the bike broke cover, it’s a safe bet that a limited run of exclusive TFC versions of the Rocket will act as a precursor to a full production version.

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