July 5, 2022

This previous yr, Triumph has launched limited-edition iterations of a number of fashions in its line-up. A few of them embody the Tiger 900 Bond version and the Bonneville Gold Line Editions. Now, the British producer has introduced the arrival of three extra limited-edition fashions of the Thruxton RS, Avenue Twin, and the Rocket 3.

221 Version Triumph Rocket 3 R and Rocket 3 GT

The Rocket 3 sports activities the most important engine on a manufacturing bike. This 2,500cc, inline-triple, behemoth of an engine produces peak output figures of 167hp and 221Nm of torque — the latter, a quantity that Triumph is sort of pleased with. 

The 221 Version Triumph Rocket 3, as its identify suggests, celebrates its peak torque determine. Whereas it sports activities no mechanical updates, it is available in a cool ‘Purple Hopper’ coloration scheme, options 221 branding on the tank pads, and consists of different beauty tweaks, together with blacked-out fender brackets, windscreen, and aspect panels.

The limited-edition R and GT fashions put on $23,900 and $24,600 value tags, respectively.

221 decal on the Rocket 3's tank

Thruxton RS Ton Up Version

The Thruxton RS Ton Up Version, too, comes with no mechanical or efficiency updates. It continues to be powered by the identical 1,200cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin, and {hardware} parts just like the Ohlins suspension and Brembo brakes are equivalent as properly. 

Thruxton Ton Up Edition inside an empty, dark warehouse

Nevertheless, this limited-edition mannequin sports activities a beauty overhaul that pays homage to the cafe racer tradition of the Fifties and Sixties. RideApart experiences that the Ton Up Version, in its particular Aegean Blue coloration scheme, incorporates a black cutout on the tank, a silver pinstripe and a white tail cowl, and a entrance mudguard with ‘100 Particular Version’ graphics. 

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At $17,300, the Thruxton RS Ton Up prices $800 greater than the usual mannequin. 

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Avenue Twin EC1 Particular Version

Triumph has talked about in its press launch that the Avenue Twin EC1 takes its inspiration from “the colourful custom-classic bike tradition of London’s East Finish – notably the historic streets of EC1, the long-lasting London postcode.” 

Street Twin EC1 edition in an empty street

Modifications on this version are minimal with a brand new Matt Aluminium Silver and Matt Silver Ice paint scheme, together with EC1, graphics throughout the tank, and aspect panels. 

The distinctive coloration scheme comes at a further $750 over the usual Avenue Twin’s $10,350 value. 

All three limited-edition fashions will go on sale from January 2022.