The Thruxton Closing Version, which Triumph has unveiled, will signal the end of the road for the venerable British cafe racer. This design will be the last in the series when it is released in 2024, bringing an end to a legacy that has lasted for almost two decades since its rebirth. This Ultimate Edition of the Triumph Thruxton, which was first introduced in 1964, is being offered to commemorate the 80th birthday of its forebear.

Triumph has included a number of unique features that set this era-ending model apart. The paint job, a metallic “Competition Green” that honours the Thruxton’s racing history from the 1960s, stands out above the rest. A touch of grandeur is added by the gold accents on the tank and tail part, which covertly display the artist’s initials. In contrast to the aspect panels and mudguards that are blacked out, the ‘Thruxton Final Edition’ branding and the ‘legacy’ Triumph badge are also rendered in gold on the tank.

Additionally, prospective buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity signed by members of the Thruxton 1200 construction team and Triumph CEO Nick Bloor, showcasing the motorcycle’s unique VIN number and adding to the exclusivity of the vehicle. Triumph is also providing a custom cockpit fairing as an accent to complete the cafe racing look.

Built on the same technical foundation as the Thruxton RS, the bike includes all the top-tier components, such as Showa shocks up front and Ohlins twin shock absorbers down back. Brembo’s braking system is also fully adjustable, and the basic wire-spoke wheels are covered in grippy Metzeler Racetec rubber. The motorcycle is propelled by the same 1200cc twin-cylinder Bonneville engine, which produces 103 bhp and 112 Nm and is coupled to a 6-speed transmission.

The final iteration of the Triumph Thruxton is expected to arrive in stores throughout the world in the spring of 2024. Triumph dealerships are now approving orders. Expect the manufacturer to introduce the bike in India in the upcoming months.