Triumph Thruxton 900 Parts & Accessories
Triumph Thruxton 900 (2004-2016)
We’ve been able to develop and test fit a variety of Triumph Thruxton parts and accessories that improve the Thruxton’s looks, handling, and performance, with a combination of bike builds on our shop, feedback from customers, and from participating in Thruxton Cup Races since 2013.
Check out our entire inventory of Triumph Thruxton 900 aftermarket parts and accessories we’ve developed and confirmed are 100% compatible — all designed by riders, for riders!
The Story of the Thruxton 900
The Thruxton 900 was released in 2004 as the cafe racer-inspired version of the Bonneville. Though it shares the same frame and engine as the Bonneville, the Triumph Thruxton parts used created a completely different style riding experience, including upgraded forks, a smaller 18” front wheel, lengthened shocks, rear set footrests, and a lower handlebar position.
NOTE: This model underwent some updates in 2008. Most notably, the fuel system changed from carbureted to fuel-injected and the clip-ons were replaced by riser mounted handlebars. Consider the year of your Thruxton when shopping for Triumph Thruxton 900 aftermarket parts.
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What year was the air cooled Triumph Thruxton 900 released?
Triumph Motorcycles introduced the air-cooled Triumph Thruxton 900 in 2004.
What sub-models of the Thruxton 900 are available? Any major differences?
The Thruxton 900 Ace Special Edition was produced from 2015-2016. The Ace features an exclusive black and white color scheme, a custom 'Oxblood' seat, mirrors on the bar ends, a plaque on the handlebar, and officially approved Ace Café logos. It retains the standard wire wheels and an 865cc parallel-twin engine.. differences are mainly aesthetic.
What upgrades were made to the Thruxton 900?
In 2008 Triumph Motorcycles updated the Triumph Thruxton 900 with the following changes:
- Fuel Injection replaces the traditional carburetors for more reliable performance.
- One-piece handlebar replaces the clip-on handlebars creating a more upright and comfortable riding position.
- The suspension was upgraded with 41 mm front Kayaba forks and KYB rear shocks to offer a smoother ride.
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