Triumph Rocket iii Touring Best Cruiser Bike in the World Reviews

Rubric: Triumph | 14 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Triumph Rocket iii Touring Best Cruiser Bike in the World Reviews
Triumph Rocket iii Touring Best Cruiser Bike in the World Reviews

Triumph Rocket iii Touring Best Cruiser Motorcycle in the World Triumph Rocket iii  Touring The Touring version of the Triumph Rocket series comes with the new special features that make it more comfortable and best suited motorcycle for the long journey. Among them you will find saddlebags, tall wind screen, and low seat height of 730mm only that offers comfortable riding position, a back rest for the pillion, 5.9us gallon large fuel tank. The riding position is comfortable, relaxed and laid back thanks to the comfy seat, pulled back handlebar, and large footboards. It gives you everything from performance to comfort to street presence. It is light and attractive enough to both when it is ...

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2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Review – A Review of the 2008 Triumph…

Rubric: Triumph | 16 May 2015 | Comments Off on 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Review – A Review of the 2008 Triumph…
2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Review – A Review of the 2008 Triumph…

How A Nearly 900 Pound Gorilla Ended up on a Flatbed– Twice! Most times reviewing a new bike is a pleasure. Sometimes, the stars don’t align as well. That was my experience with the 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring. Due to circumstances that I’ll describe later, the Rocket III wound up on a flatbed twice under my stewardship, and I didn’t have it all that long. The shame of it all is that I really wanted to fall in love with this bike, as I had with the original Rocket III. With a list price of $16,999 in solid colors/$17,999 in two tone, the Rocket III Touring carries a 24 month/unlimited mileage warranty. Let’s ride. First Glance There’s no hiding that ...

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2011 Triumph Rocket III Touring – Used 2011 Rocket 3 Touring at Motorcyclist…

Rubric: Triumph | 13 May 2015 | Comments Off on 2011 Triumph Rocket III Touring – Used 2011 Rocket 3 Touring at Motorcyclist…
2011 Triumph Rocket III Touring – Used 2011 Rocket 3 Touring at Motorcyclist…

2011 Rocket 3 Touring 2011 Triumph Rocket III Touring Intro The 2011 Triumph Rocket III is a cruiser style, muscle bike which houses the world’s largest production motorcycle engine. The 2011 Triumph Rocket III is Triumph’s flagship model and is unlike any other Triumph made. The Rocket III is available in Roadster and Touring submodels. Each Rocket III cycle lodges a massive, inline three-cylinder engine which produces horsepower and torque which rival that produced by many compact sedans. With so much power and presence, the 2011 Rocket III provides a riding experience unmatched by anything else on two wheels. Mid-mounted pegs and a comparatively upright riding position set the Rocket ...

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2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Hot Bike Baggers

Rubric: Triumph | 20 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Hot Bike Baggers
2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Hot Bike Baggers

0803_hrbp_17_z+triumph_sympatex_pantha_jacket+front_view.jpg An easy trip on a TriumphTouring the country by motorcycle is one of the best forms of travel and enjoyment offered to the human race. Yes, dogs and cats and other assorted animals can tour with us; however, we are alone in the choice of direction and mount. Now we are pleased to inform you there is another choice for touring America by motorcycle: the Rocket III Touring from Triumph Motorcycles Limited. We had the privilege to ride the Rocket III Touring a few weeks ago in and around San Antonio, Texas, with a host of other journalists, and sometime before lunch we discovered that we were aboard a great bike. The rest of that afternoon ...

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Triumph Rocket III Touring No Baffles

Rubric: Triumph | 6 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Triumph Rocket III Touring No Baffles
Triumph Rocket III Touring No Baffles

And now for something completely different… Yesterday I picked up the Rocket’s replacement at Ferracci’s. I considered a lot of different bikes – too many – and ultimately decided on the bike I’ve wanted in my stable and pined after since last summer, the venerable Suzuki V-Strom 650. This is a big departure for me in a lot of ways: My first non-Triumph. Both bikes I’ve owned since getting my license in 2008 were Triumphs. first the America then the Rocket III Touring. As a result, I’ve got dozens of items of Triumph garb and all my motorcycle helmets have Triumph stickers. My name on at least a dozen online motorcycle forums is PersonalTriumph (a reference to both my allegiance ...

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Big Baggers: 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring: Triple treat.

Rubric: Triumph | 5 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Big Baggers: 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring: Triple treat.
Big Baggers: 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring: Triple treat.

Big Baggers: 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Triple treat. Photography by Jeff Allen A small confession here: I was prepared not to like the Triumph because I rode a standard Rocket III cruiser a few years ago and found it long, heavy, wide and reluctant to change direction. These negative factors were mitigated only by the neat engine architecture, which reminded me of a Henderson Four engine I once bought to put in a Pietenpol Air Camper homebuilt airplane. But that’s a story for another day, when someone’s eyes need glazing over. In any case, I was quite pleased to get on the new Touring version and find that the redesigned frame and narrower tires had turned it into a fine-handling ...

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Road Test: Honda Goldwing vs. Triumph Rocket III – Road Tests – Visordown

Rubric: Triumph | 20 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Road Test: Honda Goldwing vs. Triumph Rocket III – Road Tests – Visordown
Road Test: Honda Goldwing vs. Triumph Rocket III – Road Tests – Visordown

Road Test: Honda Goldwing vs. Triumph Rocket III Way down in the south of France there’s a secret village up on a hill, overlooking a secluded cape where the President of France has a hidden holiday home next to a concealed beach. The village itself is all steep, narrow streets, hanging baskets, pastel walls and terracotta roof tiles. The hairpin approach from the south affords views out over the Mediterranean; from the north, a short but spectacular stretch of twisting road through dry, cork oak woodland offers a brief slice of some of the finest riding southern France has to offer. It’s all very, very nice. Me, being a creature of forced habit, like an insane captive bear pacing ...

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2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring: MD First Ride …

Rubric: Triumph | 19 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring: MD First Ride …
2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring: MD First Ride …

2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring: MD First Ride Rocket calling Houston: 154 ft/lbs about to rip up the tarmac! Not too far from Houston, in San Antonio, Texas we ride in the footsteps of Davy Crockett. Past the Alamo, we head out into the Texas hill country on a 200 mile ride on the all-new Triumph Rocket III Touring. The message is clear, don’t mess with the Rocket! Hostile Indians are long gone and we head into proper cowboy country. Bandera is the cowboy capital of the world and shortly after passing the small town we stop to admire a pair of genuine Texas Long Horns. This is the opportunity I’ve been looking for all day to wear my Stetson cowboy hat that Triumph gave us cowboys as ...

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2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Road Test Rider Magazine

Rubric: Triumph | 6 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Road Test Rider Magazine
2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Road Test Rider Magazine

2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Road Test 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Rider Magazine June 30, 2008 [this review of the 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring was originally published in the April 2008 issue of Rider ] You Triumph guys think you’re so clever. So it’s just a touring bike, eh? Like a Road King or Star Silverado? Yeah, right. Sorry, but there’s just no hiding that humongous longitudinal triple between the bags and windscreen. Since 2004 you’ve been teasing the madcap power-cruiser crowd with the standard Rocket III, with its fat 240-series rear tire, 150-series front, a handlebar and little else wrapped around the biggest, baddest torque-monster engine in motorcycledom. ...

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2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring

Rubric: Triumph | 27 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring
2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring

Rocket III Touring Tuned to go the distance 2004 marked the year when Triumph achieved a mould-breaking feat of engineering. Designed to lead where others could only follow, the revolutionary Rocket III was born – a cruiser that combines massive performance, impressive physical presence and sheer usability. Three years on and it still holds the record as the largest capacity production motorcycle in the world. The Rocket III earned Triumph a place in history and for 2008 we are pleased to introduce the latest member of the Rocket III family – the brand new Triumph Rocket III Touring . Combining classic touring cruiser style with awesome performance and effortless long-haul ability, ...

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