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155 - The NEW Number of The Beast ??

Setting a new benchmark for handling and character, the all-new Triumph Rocket 3 R delivers incredible control, comfort and capability and instantaneous world-leading torque that is an amazing 71% higher than the closest competition, and more than the previous generation Rocket with an incredible flat rich curve that reaches peak at 4000 rpm then holds maximum torque all the way through the mid-range for effortless acceleration and response in any gear.

Peak power is 167PS at 6000 rpm (11% up on the previous generation), with more power from a low 3500 rpm and all the way up to a new higher redline of 7000 rpm, making the Rocket 3 R an unparalleled thrilling riding experience with all-day, any-gear, breathtaking capability.

On top of its unbeatable performance, the new Rocket 3 R has an incredible pure muscular presence and magnificent cruiser style, together with beautiful details and an unparalleled finish.
And you can enhance this incredible ride even more by personalising your ride with over 50 custom accessories.
Hands up who wants one??!!

3 comments

  • Absolutely amazing , had a test ride and cannot believe how they have made this bike so nimble ! 2 cylinders and a carburettor are history , even the old Rocket 3 set new levels , but now surpassed with grace and pace .

    Nigel Slater
  • I’ve ridden the first rocket 3 and I liked it but it’s so expensive! But yeah, if I was in the position of having that kind of money ‘going spare’ I’d have the new one in a heartbeat (the TFC version please fairy Godmother!)

    Steve Hewitt
  • Hmmm……….after 30+ years riding a Harley Davidson why should I change now ? 2 cylinders & 1 carburettor should be enough for any real biker !

    Lyndon J Meredith

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