This bike has acquired its looks from the café racer culture that dominated motorcycling in the 1960s.Best of all, the retro good looks are backed up by subtle improvements, such as the fuel injectors hidden in the carburettors and disc brakes instead of the old drums and a lot more.
Low and narrow 'Ace' handlebars, named after London's famous Ace Café, with classic bar-end mirrors sit behind a colour-coded fly screen. Twin instrument pods sitting high on their top yoke mounting position.
This bike has an 865 cc engine that gives this bike a power of 59.8bhp at 7500 rpm and a torque of 61.1 Nm arriving at 7500 rpm. The Air cooled,16 Valve DOHC,Parallel twin engine is mated to a 5-Speed return Transmission.
Dual-piston Nissin calipers work with the single 320 mm front and 255 mm rear brake discs ensure your safety by providing enormous yet optimal braking power. Gel Seat unit (Accessory) offers optimum comfort and style. Triumph branding and Gel layer to ensure it looks as good as it feels.
This bike comes in classic black and green colours that were quite popular in 1960s. Classic 1960s paint schemes with period sports stripes are used with a fitted typical single-seat. This bike excels in class.
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