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The Triumph Rocket 3

The Rocket 3 is back for 2021.

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Triumph Rocket 3

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The Triumph Rocket 3 has been in production since 2004. The motorbike gets its name from the BSA 750cc pushrod triple. The Triumph Rocket 3 has three cylinders that power up this mighty machine. The largest displacement of 2294cc (2004) has been fitted to a production motorcycle. This motorbike was developed to take on the American market and designed for America's long highways. Harley Davidson, with their big cruisers and Honda Goldwing being the leading competitors stateside.

Various models of the Rocket 3 have been introduced over the years and the original Rocket 3 was introduced to the market in 2004. The Rocket has won several awards over its first years of production for living up to its namesake and being the best cruiser. In 2006, The Rocket 3 ‘Classic’ was introduced. With a newly redesigned exhaust system, different shaped handlebars, a more comfortable pillion seat were developed, and rider floorboards added to the machine.

The year 2007 introduced the Triumph Rocket 3 Tourer. With touring in mind, Triumph added panniers, a windshield, and a luggage rack to the previous classic model. The rocket 3 Roadster was next to be produced back in 2010. It was named by Triumph as "the ultimate muscle streetfighter". It produced 109kw/146.1BHP of power. The exhaust system redesigned and split from the three into one configuration and now having a three into two exhaust systems with the silencers on either side of the bike.

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Starting at £20700, you could own one of the limited Rocket 3 GT. For £21700, the Rocket 3 Triple Black could be yours, with only 1000 available worldwide. "The ultimate muscle Roadster" - the new edition uses three distinctive shades of black paint.

The model comprises of blacked-out components, three into one headers with three exit silencers. Specs include a 3-cylinder 2458 cc engine that now produces 165bhp. It has ride by wire fuel injection, shaft drive and a 6-speed gearbox. It also has Showa front forks and Showa rear shocks. Brembo disc brakes all round. It has a dry weight of 294kg that is a whopping 40 kilograms lighter than previous versions. The motorbike has an overall length of 1677 mm. The Rocket 3 meets Euro 5 standards for emissions and the fuel range is approximately 150 miles from its 18-litre fuel tank. The Electronics of the bike include a new look TFT screen that has a multifunctional instrument pack with a digital speedometer, along with the trip computer, gear position indicator and fuel gauge, all on display. The rider has control over the rider modes where they can select between rain/ road/ sport/ rider configurable. For an extra cost, you can have a Bluetooth module that will enable you to connect to your Smartphone.

Triumphs Rocket 3 R is available from £20300. The Rocket 3 R Black starts at £21000 and limits to just 1000 units worldwide. All the motorbikes in this range are very similar. The GT versions have a backrest for the pillion rider and a screen for the rider and are more designed for touring use. The Rocket 3 R is more for your everyday ride outs with its more aggressive riding position. The black editions have everything blacked out with the three-tone paint jobs. From exhausts, clutch and brake levers, steering yokes, and even the name badges are black.

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'I want to sell my Rocket 3'

If you have a Triumph Rocket 3 and want to sell it, why not get a price from us today. Fill out your motorbike's reg above, and a few extra details. We will then get back to you within 24 hours with a competitive price for your bike. If you are happy with the price, we will arrange for someone to pick up your bike from your home (usually within 48 hours). Payment will be made directly into your bank account on inspection at your property. It's as simple as that.

Why Sell Your Rocket 3 To Us?

Selling your bike to us is safe & secure. Selling your motorcycle to a private buyer can be risky. Many people have had their bikes stolen after allowing the buyer to test drive their motorbike and have them ride off and not return. The seller then has the problem of claiming on the dreaded insurance, as many insurers will not payout when the motorbikes are "stolen with keys".

We provide payment on collection. No cash. Payments are through bank transfer at the time of sale at your home.

We also provide a no fuss promise. As long as the bike is in the condition that has been stated on the valuation, we will perform a quick check, then we will pay the money directly into your bank account, no fuss, no further haggling. We buy any bike that is as agreed in the valuation.

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