Triumph Thruxton 900

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The Triumph Thruxton 900 is a twin-cylinder, air-cooled British motorcycle manufactured and marketed by Triumph Motorcycles and launched in 2004. The Thruxton is heavily based on the company's Bonneville model, with hallmark café racer-style modifications — including clip-on handlebars, rear foot controls, small fly-screen, white faced instruments, reverse cone exhaust silencers and bodywork with a prominent rear seat cowl and contrasting racing stripe.


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