Return of large-capacity motorcycle limited to 750 units.
Triumph has showcased its all-new Rocket as part of its Triumph Factory Custom (TFC) unveiling today, which also saw the covers pulled off a limited edition Thruxton.
Triumph’s legendary Rocket was renowned as a pure original, with more muscle, presence and power than all others. And now a rare and premium TFC Rocket is planned to go into production.
Featuring an all-new Triple engine, the world’s biggest production powerplant will spectacularly re-define its own class with world-beating torque and performance, cutting edge technology, an all-new chassis and the highest level of premium specification equipment.
With a planned total worldwide production run of only 750, this Rocket will be an ultra-limited edition part of Triumph Motorcycles’ TFC concept, designed to create the most desirable Triumphs ever made.
The world’s biggest production engine at 2500cc is central to the Rocket TFC’s class-defining performance, yet this exceptional motorbike’s new chassis and premium brake and suspension set-up will deliver the dynamic precision handling of a world-beating roadster.
The motorcycle is set to boast cutting edge technology that is designed to combine with rider-focused capability, breathtakingly beautiful style, and an incredible muscular road presence.
Full details and specifications of the Rocket TFC will be released on 1 May, including price and timetable of availability. For more information, visit www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au.