Triumph Rocket III is the largest production in the world and one of the biggest icons in the British manufacturer’s lineup. Triumph India launched the Rocket III in India late last year. The motorcycle is named after the BSA Rocket 3 which in turn was also called the Triumph Trident. It is visibly a large looking motorcycle, most of which is comprised of the engine. The engine unit has plenty of chrome all over and the twin-pod instrument console and the 3X1 dual exhaust pipes are also covered in chrome. It is powered by a 2.3-litre three-cylinder engine, which is the largest to be fitted on a motorcycle. The largest Triumph cruiser is underpinned by a tubular steel chassis with USD forks in front and five-way adjustable twin spring shocks for the rear. It gets a sizeable pair of 320mm floating discs.
Triumph Rocket III

Triumph Rocket III Bike Key Features

  • Triumph Rocket III Braking and Safety

    Triumph Rocket III comes with twin 320 mm floating discs with Nissin 4-piston fixed callipers up front and at the back, it gets a single 316 mm disc with Brembo 2-piston floating calliper. It also features ABS.

  • Triumph Rocket III Mileage

    Triumph Rocket III comes with a 24-litre fuel tank and can deliver about 15-19 kmpl.