when triumph motorcycles launched the rocket III in 2014 it became known as a pure original, known for its visual impact and incredible power. now, five years on, an ultra-rare, ultra-premium triumph factory custom rocket is planned as an welcomed addition.

 

 

with a planned total worldwide production run of only 750, this will be an ultra-limited edition part of triumph motorcycles’ TFC concept. featuring an all-new triple engine – the world’s largest production motorcycle powerplant – the rocket TFC is hoped to redefine the class with world-beating torque and performance, cutting-edge technology, an all-new chassis and the highest level of premium specification equipment.

 

 

the world’s largest production engine is central to the rocket TFC’s category-defining performance. this exceptional motorcycle’s new chassis and premium brake and suspension setup will deliver the dynamic, precise handling of a first-class roadster. the ultimate in ‘fully loaded’; cutting-edge technology has been designed to combine rider-focused capability, style and and muscular road presence. innovative engineering and a three-header exhaust run provide a deep, rocket TFC growl.

 

 

triumph will launch the second triumph TFC model this may – the stunning rocket TFC. more details and specifications will be announced during the global launch on may 1. stay tunes via the company’s website

  • Awesome job guys. Bike looks amazing. If you need a test guy I will be your huckleberry.

    Brian Jones says:
  • Is that back wheel only attached on the left side drive train

    Edward Harrison says:
  • Lovely ,Wil be the ultimate muscle cruiser.

    William Conway says:
  • Love this.
    My dad is 89 still riding on occasion.
    He raced triumphs and other bikes back in the day.
    Still owns a 650 from 1973. (About)
    Thank you for making such great machines!

    Katie says:
  • Hopefully it does not have a keyless ignition. My speed triple RS took 4 months to repair. Triumph after sales were shocking!!!

    Robert Edmond says:
  • That inline should make some fine music. I do not like most new styles, and if I could get over that ‘turn signal’ holder of a ‘fender, I might think this was a well-executed design.

    …why are you hiding the front fender? …the ‘wings’?

    Jimmy

    Jimmy Xi says:
  • I think that it would be very thoughtful and exquisite to include in the design a little more comfort and safety for the passenger.

    Francisco Jose Sant'Anna says:
  • @Brian Jones – yes, it is called a single sided swing arm. Triumph has been using the same setup on other bikes for years namely the Speed Triple.

    Trent F. says:
  • “when triumph motorcycles launched the rocket III in 2014 ” ? I own a 2005 Triumph Rocket III. I did buy it in 2014 though.

    Rrsmith says:
  • Brilliant design, good to have tec these days, hope its lighter than the old rocket, i couldnt handle that weight, if it had a 700cc to 1500cc i’d still want one just on looks. Have you engineers considered dual wishbone front suspension like the new lighter 2019 honda Goldwing & Valkyrie FC6. Just a thought.

    John Donnellan says:

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