Triumph 2013 Rocket III Roadster

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Triumph Rocket III Roadster

New Triumph Bikes. 2013 Rocket III Roadster

We are pleased to announce an updated Rocket III Roadster will be launched to the press and public at the New York Motorcycle Show tomorrow, 18th January.

This legendary machine has received a comprehensive update for 2013, giving it more power, more torque and a fresh look.

As the performance of all motorcycles continues to improve, Triumph is raising the bar by offering a full-strength, undiluted Rocket III Roadster. On all previous Rocket III models, the massive triple cylinder, 2,294cc engine’s huge torque has been electronically reduced in the first three gears, simply to prevent rider intimidation. But with the Rocket III Roadster’s performance credentials now well established, the time has come to bow to consumer demand for an unfettered version.

The restriction has been lifted and the full torque and power are on tap from the moment the clutch is released.

The result is even stronger performance, a crisper, more responsive feel and a motorcycle that is totally effortless.

To match the hike in performance the Rocket’s look also becomes more hard hitting with a change from chrome to black for a host of key components.

Twin colours carry an additional £295 premium.

New Features

More power and torque in the first three gears – 148PS (146bhp, 109kW) and 221Nm (163lb.ft, 22.5kgm). The new engine provides an additional two bhp of power and 21 more Nm of torque.

New black finished components on an extensive range of parts:

New radiator cowls to matt black from chrome.

ABS pulse rings to black.

Rear mudguard rails to black from chrome.

Air box cover to black from chrome.

Triumph Rocket III Roadster

Fork protectors to black from chrome.


Horn cover to black from chrome.

Headlight bowls and bezels to black chrome from chrome.

New tank badge, chrome with black text.

Mirrors to black from chrome.

New seat vinyl and stitching pattern

The Rocket III Roadster also builds on the unique, torque-driven performance of the original Rocket III with a more upright and sportier riding position designed, to help the rider attack the curves. The rigid frame and sophisticated suspension, comprising 43mm upside down forks and adjustable rear units, lets the Rocket III Roadster sweep through corners and change direction with an agility that belies its size and capacity.

Two colours options will be available: Metallic Phantom Black with twin red centre stripes and Matt Phantom Black with twin white centre stripes, with stock available from late March. The price will be confirmed to dealers at the Spring Conference in February.

Triumph Rocket III Roadster

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