Triumph Thruxton Replica CafeRacer Kit
For 2001 and Newer Triumph
Fender, Front Fender, and Solo Seat Cowl
Build a modern classic Triumph Cafe
CafeRace, Inc (caferace.com) is pleased to
announce their Thruxton replica Cafe Racer kit. Designed for 2001 and
newer Triumph Bonnevilles, you can now achieve a vintage look or mimic
the newer 2004 Thruxton with your standard Bonnie.
NewBonneville, L.L.C (NewBonneville.com), a dealer for the kit provided
this bike depicting all the parts fitted to their "Hooligan Bonnie" a
2002 Bonneville. A Solo seat cowl that can fitted directly over your
standard Triumph Bonneville seat. It's easily removable so you can ride
two-up at a moment's notice.
The front and rear fenders are derived from original equipment and are
compatible with your existing lights and mounting points.
Delivered in hard-shell white gel-coat, ready for primer and paint, the
cowl includes mounting brackets, but will require paint.
Rear Fender MSRP is $110
Front Fender MSRP is $89
Seat Cowl MSRP is $139
Thruxton Replica Complete Kit Price $325
The new Triumphs are super reliable and
now they can be sexy too!
The Triumphs from the 50s, 60s and 70s are
getting quite hard to find, but luckily Triumph has given the world a
modern rendition of a classic. The Triumph Bonneville T100,
re-introduced in 2001 is great fodder for a cafe racer project.
What's a café racer?
Basically, back in the London of the 50's people used to hang out in
You made your own entertainment then, and one form of that was putting
a record on the jukebox, and racing a buddy of yours down the road on
your stripped down bike. The point was to get back before your mate AND
before the record ended.
The rider didn't really win anything except a cup of Java or a pint and
of course bragging rights.
The times have certainly changed but in Britain and especially London
the Cafe racer scene is as strong as it ever was.
Cafe Racing essentially means racing from the cafe and back again. It
is the ethos of stripped down bikes with clip-on handlebars, solo seats
and is the vintage forebear of the modern crotch rocket. It is also one
of the few ways, other than customizing a Harley Davidson to create a
unique and distinguished looking bike with your own personality. (More
The pre-release photos of the Thruxton
Your existing lights will work, and the mounting points will be exact,
but we have shaved the stock fenders down to a much shorter version and
removed 3/4 inch from the sides of the rear fender to create a flatter
Seat Cowl and Shorty Front and
- This picture depicts the solo seat
cowl that can fitted directly over your standard Triumph Bonneville
seat. It's easily removeable so you can ride two-up on a moments
notice. It also has the very abbreviated shorty front fender and rear
fender that will hot rod that new Bonnie!