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Triumph Rocket III Classic
Triumph Rocket III Classic

2009 Rocket 3 Classic

Triumph Rocket III Classic

Triumph enters the power class of motorcycles with and substance. With the largest engine ever installed on a production motorcycle, the 2009 Rocket III truly deserves the tag bike. This bike a lot of attitude and intimidation, not just for challengers, but to riders as well.

The Rocket III is not a bike for everyone, and beginners should probably not the Rocket for a first bike. anyone without the confidence or to handle a bike weighing 800 should probably look The Triumph Rocket rewards riders who crave power and combined with a classic look.

The name Rocket is derived a classic Birmingham Small Company (BSA) cruiser the late 1960s. Developed by Engineering, the original BSA Rocket was sold under the Triumph badge. The 2009 Triumph III evokes this proud while also paying to modern styling details.

clean lines and a great teardrop gas tank, as well as low chrome exhaust pipes, the III’s appearance radiates power.

In this case, looks are not as the Triumph Rocket III has muscle to up its looks. The Rocket launches its towards the horizon with a longitudinal in-line three-cylinder Described as “awe-inspiring” and a “masterpiece of engineering,” this engine is, put, a monster. Triumph the massive 2.3 liter engine for torque, and the numbers back up.

A factory stock Rocket III a maximum 140 hp at 6,000 rpm, and 147 ft. of torque at 2,500 rpm. is an impressive amount of torque for low rpms. This produces a to 60 time of 3.3 seconds and runs the mile in under 12 seconds.

While there are a few high-end bikes that are a little no other motorcycle in the power class can match this raw

While Triumph usually chain drives for their they determined a chain wouldn’t be enough to handle the of torque the Rocket produces. drives are stronger and provide long-term durability, so for the Rocket this was a good choice. drives typically require maintenance, so that is an added for Rocket owners.

A 5-speed constant mesh with a wet multi-plate completes a designed to handle the Rocket’s of low-end torque.

The Rocket is nimble for a bike of its size. Kayaba twin 43mm in front, and Kayaba spring-twin-shocks in the the Rocket’s suspension supplies handling than might be for an 800-pound power cruiser. A steel, twin spine anchoring the chassis, and twin swing arms ensure the has the stability it needs.

The braking on the derives from sports Twin 320mm floating with Nissin four-piston are in front, while a single disc with Brembo caliper in the rear endows the with sufficient stopping

Ergonomically speaking, the Rocket III great ride quality. The fits both a rider and a comfortably, while the handlebars are for a natUral upright riding The massive 240/50 rear size assists in handling the power, while maintaining ride quality.

While the size and power might not be for for those riders who can handle it, the Triumph Rocket III rewards with an excellent bike.

New For 2009

There were no changes to the 2009 Triumph compared to the previous year’s

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