Back in 2004, when Triumph first introduced the Rocket III, its 2.3-liter engine set a benchmark in the world of mass-produced motorcycles. Running uncontested ever since, the British motorcycle manufacturer has upped the ante with an even bigger three-cylinder engine in two newly unveiled Rocket 3 variants, the R and GT and raised the bar for performance, power, and style.
Designed to be the ultimate two-wheel beast, the Rocket 3 TFC houses an all-new 2,500cc engine that, according to Triumph, delivers the world’s highest torque and has the largest capacity of any production motorcycle. Whatever the case, the bike delivers 179 horsepower with 165 lb-ft of torque – making it the most powerful Triumph thus far. It also has Arrow mufflers with carbon-fiber end caps, premium carbon fiber bodywork, a unique hydro-formed three-header exhaust, signature twin LED headlights and cast-aluminum wheels.
For a smooth ride, the intimidating motorcycle has state-of-the-art premium Brembo Style brakes and fully-adjustable Showa mono-shock suspension. There will only be 750 examples of the Triumph Rocket 3 TFC motorcycle, so you’ll need to hit the button quick if you want one in your garage. The Rocket 3 TFC is available worldwide, starting at $29,000. Also be sure to check 10 world’s fastest motorcycles and the most powerful street legal car ever.