Motorcycle Sport and Leisure editor, Mikko, has recently been out to the launch of the new Triumph Rocket 3 for 2020.
With a 2.5 litre engine, 165 BHP and 221 Nm of torque it really is a beast. Here’s Mikko’s first ride.
Once you get over the fact that Triumph has built a bike with an engine roughly twice the size of those found in average cars, you notice that it’s not just the powerplant that’s impressive about the Rocket 3.
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Triumph engineers have created a bike that draws you in with that gargantuan triple engine, but keeps you interested with all the clever details and high-quality components. From the fold-away pillion pegs to hiding all the unsightly wires by running them inside the frame, this looks like a very well-finished motorcycle.
For the full Triumph Rocket 3 test, check out the January issue of Motorcycle Sport & Leisure – on sale December 6.Enjoy more MSL reading in the monthly magazine. Click here to subscribe.