All-New Triumph Factory Customs

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Exclusive, ultra-premium limited-edition models
With the 2019 launch of the all-new exclusive Triumph Factory Custom line, Triumph delivers a landmark moment for British custom design. Every TFC model will be built to embody the pinnacle of custom Triumph design with enhanced levels performance, technology, engineering, specification and finish.

The new TFC lineup of limited edition, ultra-premium motorcycles debuts with the beautiful, more powerful, lighter and even higher specification Thruxton TFC and hints at what’s to come with the stunning concept Rocket TFC.

New Triumph Factory Customs
o Custom designed, beautifully crafted models
o Individually numbered, limited to 750 worldwide (200 US) and never to be repeated
o The pinnacle of Triumph’s design, engineering and craftsmanship
o Unmatched levels of performance, specification and finish
o New benchmark for quality with an exceptional level of custom detailing
o Carefully crafted to be the most beautiful and desirable Triumphs ever made

Thruxton TFC – The new definitive sports classic
o Seven hundred and fifty numbered and TFC-badged editions
o Increase of 10 horsepower over the Thruxton R
o 85 Ft-lbs of torque @ 4,850 RPM
o Weight reduction
o Benchmark-setting level of specification, including: – Fully adjustable Öhlins suspension – Brembo radial master cylinder and adjustable brake lever – Race-specification Metzeler Racetec RR tires – Titanium Vance & Hines silencers with carbon fiber end caps
o Premium custom finish and detailing including stunning carbon fiber bodywork and billet-machined top yoke with numbered TFC plaque
o Personalized TFC handover pack including a personalized book and signed letter of authentication

Concept Rocket TFC
o The concept for the next TFC model is an all-new Rocket TFC, the ultimate motorcycle
o The world’s largest production motorcycle engine transformed
o Full details and launch to follow on May 1, 2019


The genesis of the Triumph Factory Custom concept stems from the celebrated 2014 Triumph TFC Bobber and TFC Scrambler, a pair of outrageous, one-off customs hatched from a friendly challenge among members of the Triumph design team. These first TFC designs planted the seed for a limited run of ultra-premium motorcycles available to the public, giving enthusiasts from around the world the rare opportunity to own one of the most beautiful, exclusive and desirable Triumphs ever made.
This new TFC line reflects Triumph’s unparalleled impact on the custom motorcycle scene, born from the passion and unique expertise that resides within the Triumph factory walls. It’s a passion demonstrated time and again through a host of customized machines created by a small group of highly skilled design professionals. From beautifully stylized ambassador bikes, to the specially prepared Triumph motorcycles appearing in many of Hollywood’s most iconic films, to a variety of high performance, cutting-edge race bikes, each and every machine showcases the world-class talent of the Triumph Factory Custom team.
With the new TFC models, riders can now experience what was previously only available to a select few. Each of the individually numbered limited editions will feature a higher specification of technology and equipment, better performance and a crafted custom design with class-leading detailing and finish.


Rare. Beautiful. Special.
Boasting more style, power and performance than the already high-spec Thruxton R, the new Thruxton TFC raises the bar to become the definitive sports classic and pinnacle of the legendary Thruxton lineup.
Rare, beautiful and truly special – this first production TFC model celebrates the best of British engineering, detailing and finish in an ultra-rare, never-to-be-repeated version that delivers more in every dimension.

Ultra-Limited Edition

With only 750 to be sold worldwide, the Thruxton TFC will be Triumph’s most exclusive and desirable Modern Classic. Featuring premium TFC badging, instrument faces augmented with gold detailing and a beautiful, individually-numbered plaque on the top yoke, each one will be unique and never to be repeated.
Every Thruxton TFC owner will also receive a special, tailor-made TFC handover pack unique to their bike featuring a numbered letter signed by Triumph’s CEO Nick Bloor, a custom-build book and a beautiful Thruxton TFC bike cover.

Premium Custom Finish and Detailing

Visually striking, the new Thruxton TFC features beautifully engineered, lightweight carbon fiber bodywork including a stunning one-piece carbon cockpit fairing, front mudguard, seat cowl, heel guards and silencer end caps. Additional detailing includes a billet machined aluminum top yoke with TFC branding, premium brushed nickel mirror centers, a tinted screen, a leather seat with stitched detailing, and a billet machined aluminum oil-filler cap.
These exquisite details come on top of a host of beautiful blacked out features, including premium black anodized multi-spoked wheels, black Öhlins RSU springs with black decals, black engine covers and a black tail tidy. To perfectly complement the black theme and real carbon fiber, the Thruxton TFC is available in one signature paint scheme – a distinctive Carbon Black with brushed tank knee pad detailing and hand painted gold lining. The premium gold detailing is applied across the entire motorcycle, from the lining on the fairing to the detailing in the badging and instrument faces, right down to the ignition key, and even features a stylish custom gold drive chain.
The Thruxton TFC also retains all of the distinctive core Thruxton features, such as the brushed flip-top Monza fuel cap, twin throttle bodies with brushed intake finisher, Daytona R foot pegs and clear anodized aluminum swing arm.

More Power and Torque from a Significant Engine Upgrade

The new Thruxton TFC achieves an incredible 10 horsepower more than the standard Thruxton R. This is delivered by significant engine upgrades including lightweight engine components, high compression pistons, and revised ports and cam profile. Along with the higher power, the Thruxton TFC also delivers a punch of torque both low down and across the entire rev range, peaking at 85 Ft-lbs.
There is also a premium, one-of-a-kind exhaust system manufactured exclusively for the Thruxton TFC by Vance & Hines, featuring titanium silencers, carbon fiber end caps, and finished with a unique laser-etched co-branded logo.

Category Leading Specification

For an even more dynamic and agile ride, significant weight savings across the entire motorcycle make the Thruxton TFC 11 pounds lighter than the standard Thruxton – delivered by way of refined engine components, carbon fiber bodywork, aluminum engine cradle rails, rear mudguard removal and a lightweight battery.
The Thruxton TFC also has a category leading higher level of specification and equipment with fully adjustable Öhlins upside down NIX30 front forks and fully adjustable Öhlins piggy back reservoir rear shocks with billet machined aluminum adjusters.
There are also high-specification Brembo 4-piston M4.34 radial monobloc calipers and twin floating Brembo front discs delivering excellent stopping power. The Thruxton TFC is clad with race-spec Metzeler Racetec RR super sticky tires. The premium components continue with a Brembo radial master cylinder and MCS span and ratio-adjustable brake lever plus matching clutch lever.

Highest-Ever Level of Capability

Increasing the level of rider-focused technology are three upgraded riding modes unique to the Thruxton TFC (Rain, Road and Sport), which now adjust throttle map, ABS and traction control settings to better suit the riding conditions or rider preference. This is enabled via the latest generation ride-by-wire, which delivers enhanced rideability, safety and control.
For enhanced visibility, lower energy consumption and greater durability, the Thruxton TFC features all-LED lighting, including a seven-inch headlight with signature profile daytime running light (market specific availability), compact LED indicators, tail light and rear light.
ABS and traction control are also fitted for maximum safety and control, both implemented with minimal visual impact – compact, responsive and unobtrusive. Optimized to reduce lever effort for the rider, the torque-assist clutch makes the bike even more comfortable over long journeys and in stop-start riding, while the USB charging socket improves convenience. An engine immobilizer is also fitted as standard on the Thruxton TFC, with a transponder incorporated into the new high-value gold badged key.


A British engineering masterpiece
The Rocket TFC concept showcases the next stunning TFC model and launches with full details and specifications on May 1, 2019.
Triumph’s legendary Rocket III, originally debuting in 2004, was renowned as a pure original, taking the world by storm with more muscle, presence and power than any of the competition. Now, 15 years on, an ultra-rare, ultra-premium Triumph Factory Custom Rocket is planned.
With an incredible array of custom details, premium finishes and beautiful practical touches, including an interchangeable dual or single seat, the new Rocket TFC goes straight to the top of every motorcyclist’s wish list.
The new Rocket TFC will be nothing short of the ultimate motorcycle, with world-beating performance, cutting-edge technology, muscular presence and unique engineering innovations.


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2 thoughts on “All-New Triumph Factory Customs

  1. The Thruxton TFC sounds amazing. Not sure how many will come to Canada but I hope to at least see one at a dealership. Unfortunately I am at an age where the riding position would not work for me.

    1. I had a 2011 Thruxton for several years but I had to give it up due to my arthritis getting worse! It sucks to get older! Bought a 650 VStrom and the riding position is much more suitable!

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