It features a black-and-white Ace Cafe paintjob, sculpted Oxblood custom seat, detachable seat hump,bar-end mirrors and handlebar plaque. It is available now for order in Australia, but will not arrive until November. Price has not yet been finalised.
A range of Triumph accessories is also available for the Thruxton Ace including a choice of two Arrow exhausts, a brushed alloy skid plate, anodised and machined throttle body caps, alternative seats, fuel caps, and chrome parts.
The Thruxton Ace comes with an unlimited mileage, two-year factory warranty. Service intervals are every 10,000km, or one year, whichever is soonest.
The Ace Cafe was the London truckers’ café that became a favourite haunt of Britain’s bikers and a powerful symbol of post-war counterculture. The Ace Cafe gained notoriety as the biker hang out in the early 1960s and formed an instrumental piece of the café racer culture of the era.