This EFI Thruxton only has 6,000 original miles. Some minor garage scratches (not crash scratches) on rear cowl and side cover. The bike is named after Thruxton Circuit, a race track in Hampshire where in 1969 Triumph won the top three places in the Thruxton 500 mile endurance race. These races helped establish the "CAFE RACER" era, when standard production motorcycles were modified to improve street and racing performance. The Triumph Thruxton use the same 865cc parallel-Twin as the other four Modern Classics, but the addition of EFI and high-compression pistons give the Thruxton 2 additional horsepower and 1 more ft-lbs of torque over the Bonneville’s claimed 67 hp and 51 ft-lbs.