Triumph has launched two new ‘factory custom’ models with a tricked-out version of the new 1200cc Thruxton available to order now, and the return of the Rocket Three muscle bike in a special edition later this year.
The limited edition line-up of ultra-premium motorcycles will bear the TFC, or Triumph Factory Custom branding with 750 of the Thruxton TFCs being built.
The Thruxton TFC will be more powerful, lighter and have a higher specification than the stock Thruxton. There will be fully adjustable Öhlins suspension, a Brembo radial master cylinder and adjustable brake lever, Metzeler Racetec RR tyres, titanium Vance & Hines silencers with carbon fibre end caps, carbon fibre bodywork and a billet machined top yoke with numbered TFC plaque.
The all-new Rocket TFC will feature the world’s biggest production motorcycle engine. Triumph claims the Rocket TFC “will be nothing short of the ultimate motorcycle”. The triple will be launched on May 1. The Thruxton TFC will cost £17,500.