The Triumph Rocket 3 GT Was Spotted


Triumph Rocket 3 GT

It Looks Pretty Awesome

Triumph’s new Rocket 3 is the most powerful production motorcycle. The new Triumph Rocket 3 has a 2,458cc three-cylinder engine that makes 167 hp and 163 lb-ft of torque. The motorcycle is unlike many other machines on the road, and now a shot of the Rocket 3 GT has surfaced.

Apparently, the bike was out for a photo shoot in Croatia. Motorcycle News reported on it and shared an image sent to the publication by its reader Igor Skunca. The motorcycle has no camo on it, a sleek red, silver, and black paint job, and a small windscreen. 

The company also appears to have had other versions of the motorcycle at the photo shoot too. The GT version of the bike looks to be just one of the variations. Its likely Triumph will offer a stripped down version, a mid-range version, and a super comfy touring version. 

It only makes sense. The muscled-out cruiser motorcycle is a good platform to use for a few different variations of the bike, and people are going to want access to that big engine for a variety of reasons. It’ll be interesting to see how the model line develops. All I know is that the GT looks absolutely gorgeous, and I can only imagine how all that power feels. 

4 Comments

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    Snake
    May 13, 2019
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    Sadly, it took them long enough 🙁 This is the kind of bike I would have been interested in when I bought my Valkyrie, but of course wasn’t available.

    I know it’s kind of early, but any specs like seat height and overall weight?

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    Stephen Evans
    May 14, 2019
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    Triumph deserves an accolade for sticking with the Rocket 3 concept. In a world of simplified and trim efficiency, Triumph has continued to evolved an unashamed powerhouse into work of modern industrial art.

    • Wade Thiel
      May 14, 2019
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      Stephen, you’re right that it’s a very different motorcycle. I’m excited to see it in person sometime in the future. I think it’s going to be awesome.

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    May 14, 2019
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    I’d like to know about length eighth and weight and if possible see how other models look I think in would be great for me

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