Zero Gravity: A lightweight Triumph Thruxton café racer by Bad Winners

Zero Gravity: Bad Winners’ lightweight Thruxton cafe

2 MONTHS AGO / NO COMMENTS / CUSTOM MOTORCYCLES

Triumph’s new Thruxton R is a knockout. Buy one, and you’re getting a drop-dead-gorgeous modern classic with the go to match the show. Unfortunately, yours won’t be the only Thruxton R in town: The bike is selling like the proverbial hotcakes. If you want something that will stand out, you should give Paris-based Bad Winners…

Three Martini Lunch: A mean green custom Triumph Thruxton from ICON 1000.

Three Martini Lunch: ICON 1000’s mean green Thruxton

6 MONTHS AGO / NO COMMENTS / CUSTOM MOTORCYCLES

When the guys at ICON 1000 aren’t designing gear, they’re working on bikes. The customs that roll out of the Slabtown headquarters mix retro cues with future tech—a twisted cocktail that strangely works. This Triumph Thruxton is the latest build from the Portland, Oregon crew, led by design director Kurt Walter. And it has one…

Darkster: K-Speed makes the Triumph Thruxton R look even better.

Darkster: K-Speed’s Custom Triumph Thruxton R

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It took Triumph a while to update their modern classics, but by all accounts it was worth the wait. We’ve yet to read a bad review of Hinckley’s new retro twins—and the new Thruxton R in particular has everyone gushing. Out of the box it’s a mix of high-end components, solid performance and sophisticated styling.…

Wrenchmonkees Triumph Thruxton

Custom bike building is a long game. It’s easy to make a short-term splash, but difficult to keep the momentum going over several years. In…

Top 5 Triumph Thruxtons

Not too long ago we featured our favorite Triumph Scramblers. Today we turn our attention to the Scrambler’s café racer-styled sibling, the Triumph Thruxton. Named…