Triumph reveals Special Edition Thruxton Ace made to commemorate legendary Ace Café.
Triumph took the wraps off yet another new Triumph Special Edition Triumph Thruxton Ace this month. Launched in the iconic Ace Café biker haven in London, the special and limited edition version of the brand’s Thruxton café racer features a bespoke exterior scheme.
Setting it apart from other Thruxton, the Ace version is adorned exclusively in a special white and black paint scheme. Completing the special livery are Ace Café logos donned on its side panels, tank, and rear quarter.
Other unique exterior traits include the ‘oxblood’ seat, bar-end mirrors, plus a handlebar plaque with ‘SE’ engraved on it. Underneath, the Triumph Special Edition Thruxton Ace retains the standard Thruxton’s 865cc parallel-twin heart, which offers a healthy output of 68hp and 72Nm to propel the classic.
One of the brand’s most popular custom bikes, Triumph are also offering a rich variety of accessories for the Ace edition. Amongst them is an Arrows exhaust system, alternative seat designs, as well as various chrome parts and components.
Only 100 exmaples of the Triumph Special Edition Thruxton Ace has been allocated for its UK customers, each carrying an undisclosed price tag. The Thruxton Ace is scheduled to arrive in Triumph’s UK dealerships by December this year.