Triumph Thruxton RS Ton Up Edition: colors that recall a strong sportiness [VIDEO]

Triumph Thruxton RS Ton Up Edition wears colors that evoke a passion for dynamism and the road racing scene, considering the "café racers", the "Ton Up Boys" of the '50s and' 60s and the first production bike that concluded a ride with Malcolm Uphill reaching 100 miles / hour at the 1969 Isle of Man TT. The characteristics of the specimen are summarized in a video proposed by Official Triumph Motorcycles on YouTube.   Connotative colors The bike is distinguishable by an Aegean Blue tank with Jet Black knee recesses and the presence of a silver piping. Also featuring the tail with a black finish and the front fender in Fusion White , enlivened by a Carnival Red color and “100” graphics. The side panels, where the “Thruxton RS Ton Up2 badge is visible, are in Jet Black like the housing of the headlight and the rear fender. Other details are coated in Matt Aluminum Silver . To accentuate its sporty vision, the availability of the front fairing in Aegean Blue is highlighted. Triumph Thruxton RS Ton Up Edition includes various custom details such as: bar-end mirrors, Monza-style fuel cap, a double silencer in brushed stainless steel and a single seat.    Features The lighting system includes LED optics with DRL function and also three riding modes, opting between Road , Rain and Sport , which is associated with an electronic ride-by-wire accelerator for optimized management of response and output curve. Also shown: a deactivatable traction control and ABS. The model features a 43mm USD Showa fork and behind it a pair of adjustable Öhlins shock absorbers with separate reservoir. The braking system includes Brembo M50 and Nissin solutions and is fitted with Metzler Racetec RR sports tires. This specimen with classic references is also distinguishable from the driving position loaded on the front, also taking control into account. The engine is a 1,200 cc Bonneville twin cylinder , Euro 5 approved . There are 105 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and a peak torque of 112 Nm at just 4,250 rpm.

Triumph Thruxton RS Ton Up Edition wears colors that evoke a passion for dynamism and the road racing scene, considering the "café racers", the "Ton Up Boys" of the '50s and' 60s and the first production bike that concluded a ride with Malcolm Uphill reaching 100 miles / hour at the 1969 Isle of Man TT. The characteristics of the specimen are summarized in a video proposed by Official Triumph Motorcycles on YouTube.

Connotative colors

The bike is distinguishable by an Aegean Blue tank with Jet Black knee recesses and the presence of a silver piping. Also featuring the tail with a black finish and the front fender in Fusion White , enlivened by a Carnival Red color and “100” graphics.

The side panels, where the “Thruxton RS Ton Up2 badge is visible, are in Jet Black like the housing of the headlight and the rear fender. Other details are coated in Matt Aluminum Silver . To accentuate its sporty vision, the availability of the front fairing in Aegean Blue is highlighted.

Triumph Thruxton RS Ton Up Edition includes various custom details such as: bar-end mirrors, Monza-style fuel cap, a double silencer in brushed stainless steel and a single seat.

Features

The lighting system includes LED optics with DRL function and also three riding modes, opting between Road , Rain and Sport , which is associated with an electronic ride-by-wire accelerator for optimized management of response and output curve. Also shown: a deactivatable traction control and ABS.

The model features a 43mm USD Showa fork and behind it a pair of adjustable Öhlins shock absorbers with separate reservoir. The braking system includes Brembo M50 and Nissin solutions and is fitted with Metzler Racetec RR sports tires.

This specimen with classic references is also distinguishable from the driving position loaded on the front, also taking control into account.

The engine is a 1,200 cc Bonneville twin cylinder , Euro 5 approved . There are 105 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and a peak torque of 112 Nm at just 4,250 rpm.

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