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Triumph Thruxton Retrovation Concept Motorcycle Features Retro, Modern Design for Elite Market

Lee Thompson has submitted his latest project, Triumph Thruxton Retrovation concept motorcycle. It features retro, modern style that’s gaining popularity nowadays.

Triumph Thruxton 1400 “Le Grande” RRRetro-Evolution-Elevation, let’s call “Retrovation”. So what do I mean? Any bike fan will see the Retro market has become rather full to overcrowding, the old time look is popular but now that all manufacturers are joining in what or where to now? Where someone with pedigree, history, and iconic status such as Triumph could go is to develop an existing Retro model. Let’s take the “Truxton” give it a true RR sports status with a tuned 1400 forward leaning twin engine, a modern rear suspension, modern nose fairing incorporating past lines, wheel options, enhance and exploit the Thruxton’s engine /side cover components, add a belly pan and upgrade the paint and graphics to boast the quality and name. Providing an alternative hard to follow iconic retro in raising it to a new elite market would attract the desire of owning the elite “the one to have” of a new age retro evolution and elevation market place.

Designer : Lee Thompson

Triumph Thruxton Retrovation Concept Motorcycle by Lee Thompson

Triumph Thruxton Retrovation Concept Motorcycle by Lee Thompson

Triumph Thruxton Retrovation Concept Motorcycle by Lee Thompson

Triumph Thruxton Retrovation Concept Motorcycle by Lee Thompson

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