The Thruxton TFC is a very special bike; the kind that will be limited to 750 units worldwide.
And each bike receives a serial number badge along with a letter of authentication and a personalized book.
There is a leather seat, a brushed aluminium fuel-filler cap and handlebar clamp.
To top it all, there’s a carbon fibre fairing, mudguard, seat cowl, heel guards and exhaust tip complemented with a matte black paint and gold pin stripes.
All of the carbon fiber and aluminium parts have made the Thruxton TFC lighter by a substantial 5kg as compared to the Thruxton R.
Triumph has also tweaked the 1200cc, parallel-twin engine to produce 9.8bhp more, bumping the power figure to 105.8bhp.
The bike also sports a pair of titanium Vance and Hines pipes that add to the Thruxton TFC’s exclusivity and performance.
It also gets top-shelf suspension and braking hardware sourced from from Ohlins, Brembo respectively along with Metzeler Racetec RR tyres.