Triumph unveils Rocket 3 with incredible high torque

The original Triumph Rocket a pure original, equipped with the world’s largest production motorbike engine and more muscle. So the 2020 brings out a next level chapter of 15 years old rocket with all new Rocket 3. The new Triumph Rocket 3 is a big beast including 2.5 litre engine possessing competency of most of the cars will be a power packed hunt of metal tech.

Rocket III Roadster now includes a twin-spine frame made of tubular-steel for the strength that it offers. A steel swing-arm completes the standing gear and besides that it pulls double duty as a housing for the drive shaft. It has that features that keeps both shaft and rear-end appearance clean and attractive. It also has Cast-alloy rims round out the rolling chassis with a fat 150/80-17 up front and even fatter 240/50-16 out back. Regardless to that the bike itself is massive hunky looks, the visual weight of the hoops help prevent it from looking too top heavy. As far the heft goes, the Roadster weighs at 736 pounds dry, so by the time we inject fuel on it and throw a leg over it you are looking at something in the neighborhood of a half-a-ton to keep under control.

Triumph has some serious brakes with dual, 320 mm discs and four-pot anchors up front, and the rear is loaded for bear with a 316 mm disc and twin-piston caliper. An ABS feature helps prevent lockups, so we can get away with using the binders to their full potential. With its Braking hardwares , it is supplied by Brembo Calipers as the Rocket 3 gets the top-of-the-line Stylema monobloc calipers. Overall the Triumph has managed to shed 40kg from the previous model.

Triumph is fitted with a  2300 cc inline three-cylinder engine. While as the architecture of engine remains the same. It’s displacement packs has gone up to 2500 cc. As a result, the Rocket 3 now generates up to power of 167 PS and high torque of 221 Nm. Keeping in mind there is a presence of gamut of electronic aids equipped to keep both wheels sticking to the tarmac.

Triumph Rocket 3 comes with two variants – Rocket R and Rocket GT and 4 ride modes : Rider, Rain, Sports and Roads. We hope these amazing Triumph Rocket bikes to be unveiled in Nepal in near future as well.

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