Custom Triumph Thruxton Cafe Racer Has More Pizazz Than Your Favorite Playboy Models
Called the Jade, the bike took a massive 640 hours of manual labor to makeby Punya Sharma, on
Whether it’s in cricket, age, or anything else, reaching a century is a big deal and it needs a big celebration to match. So when Tamarit Motorcycles were on course for their hundredth build, it had to be something uber-special, and boy, did it go to plan!
After 640 hours of excruciating manual labor, Tamarit finally took the wraps off its hundredth build - a custom Triumph Thruxton 900 with more pizazz than your favorite Playboy models. Don’t believe us? Read on and see for yourself.
Custom Triumph Thruxton 900 By Tamarit Motorcycles
One look at the custom Thruxton and you’ll know just how special it is. Starting off with the design, the custom bike flaunts a standout livery inspired by Jade (a gemstone), found on the custom-made brawny belly pan, the stunning semi-fairing, and the fuel tank.
Then, there’s the leather treatment. Not only does the bike get a custom one-off leather saddle and leather hand grips, but it also has diamond-stitched leather inserts on the fuel tank which makes it look extra dapper.
And since this is a retro bike, after all, it wouldn’t be complete without truckloads of chrome, which is exactly why everything - the engine, suspension, handlebar, exhaust - boasts a dazzling chrome finish. Topping this is the gold finish on the exhaust end caps, brake calipers, chain, and the company logos, all of which result in unmatched attention to detail.
All this is just the tip of the iceberg, though. If you dive deeper, you’ll find out that Tamarit has thrown in a 6-inch longer custom swingarm here to improve the stance of the bike. Likewise, the rear monoshock is custom too and so are the clip-on handlebars.
The most impressive element, though, is the bike’s cooling system. Instead of the usual oil-cooling system, the custom Thruxton cools the oil through the chassis’ twin tubes which feature air fins.
Meanwhile, other intrinsic deets include an LCD integrated into the triple-clamp, aftermarket braking system, chunkier tires, and a redesigned battery box. Oh, and if you wanna listen to the bike’s thunderous exhaust note, head to Tamarit’s website.
Can You Buy It?
According to the official website, yes, the custom Triumph Thruxton is on sale, and if you want something achingly gorgeous, we suggest you get in touch with the maker soon. However, be prepared to sign a fat check, considering the immense level of work put into this project.
Source: Tamarit Motorcycles