The new Triumph Thruxton is already a good-looking, high-performing bike by itself, but that’s not gonna stop restless customizers from tinkering with it. In some instances, that can lead to truly exceptional results. Case in point, the Kingston Custom Triumph Thruxton.
Reinvented for a customer that gave the German one-man custom shop carte blanche to make decisions, this modern retro 2-wheeler is inspired by ‘Brat-Style’ motorcycles. The frame has been nickel-plated, complementing the fresh high-gloss paint job on the tank. A beautiful custom-made seat (upholstered in Alcantara with contrast stitching) replaced the stock unit, while the rear end has been fitted with a small fender and a Bates-style tail light.
Mechanically, the bike uses a new electronics tray, a smaller speedo, vintage-style air filters coupled to a sleek twin stainless steel exhaust system, new YSS rear shocks, and re-laced wheels wearing Shinko 270 Super Classic tires with a classic tread pattern. There’s also a new set of T-bars, LSL grips, Motogadget bar-end turn signals, and a Bates-style headlight. Boasting Thruxton’s solid performance and drop-dead gorgeous timeless looks, this ride is a complete package.Learn More From Kingston Custom