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TRIUMPH Rocket III Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 26
First production year: 2003
 

2019 - Present

The 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 has the largest engine with the world's largest motorcycle engine and with more muscle and presence than all the others. This engine has 2500cc and is designed to support the new Rocket 3 TFC class performance, delivering the world's largest torque of 221 Nm and 170 HP. The Rocket 3 weighs 40 kg less than its predecessor and is equipped with the latest brakes ...




 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Triumph Rocket III Touring delivers the same good-old, revered asphalt-scorching torque of the biggest engine manufactured for a series bike, but packed with touring amenities that make life more comfortable when riding two-up. This monster comes equipped with a windscreen, saddlebags and a passenger backrest, and all one needs is a pillion, gas and a destination. The machine shar...




 

2014 - 2015

The huge, massively-powerful, 2.3 liter powerhouse on the 2015 MY Triumph Rocket III Roadster produces 146 horsepower and a stomach-churning 221 Nm of torque, which can be felt even more in the first three gears, as a result of the removal of all engine restrictions. And even though the presentation video of the Roadster shows that all of its 320 kg of dry weight can be lifted up on the rear whe...




 

2013 - 2014

If one decides they can't get enough of the massive grunt of the 2.3 litre engine from the Rocket, and wants to share it with a passenger, then the 2014 MY Triumph Rocket III Touring is the right choice. Take the massively powerful Rocket, and fit it with a passenger seat, padded sissy bar for the pillion rider, add capacious hard saddlebags, a detachable windscreen and the end result is th...




 

2013 - 2014

Sporting one of the largest displacements in the production motorcycle world, the 2014 MY Triumph Rocket III Roadster comes with even more brute force in the first three gears, after all restrictions have been lifted from the engine. Its liquid-cooled, four-stroke,2294cc, longitudinal three cylinder powerplant produces 146 horsepower and a gut-churning 221 Nm of torque. Also, the 2014 MY ha...




 

2012 - 2013

If you like sharing the extreme sensations a machine such as the Triumph Rocket III can deliver, then it's the Touring version you should be reaching for. The bike is almost as savage as its Roadster sibling, but it comes with a lot of convenient additions to make longer trips more enjoyable and power delivery more predictable. Starting with the floorboards, detachable windscreen, more c...




 

2012 - 2013

The iconic, beastly 2.3-liter engine of the amazing Rocket III Roadster got even more nerve in 2012, with the first three gears delivering now more grunt for the bold rider. One of the most insane production bikes around, the Rocket III blasts 221 Nm of torque and that's more than any one needs for effortless passing at any speed. Modern ABS is linked to generous brake rotors to help tam...




 

2011 - Present

Designed for riders who demand serious long haul capabilities, the Rocket III Touring comes in a classic touring form while being powered by the world’s largest capacity motorcycle engine. The 2011 Triumph Rocket III Touring comes in two classic color options: metallic Phantom Black with hand painted silver coach lining or a two-tone Phantom Black with Crystal White infills.




 

2011 - Present

Housing the world’s largest production motorcycle engine (2,294cc three-cylinder engine), the Rocket III Roadster takes on a streetfighter stance and delivers an attitude-laden ride. The bike sports Triumph’s trademark twin headlights while the components carefully balance black and chrome to create an aggressive stripped down look. For 2011, the Rocket III Roadster comes in two new special ...




 

2010 - 2011

Even though Touring and Rocket III seem to be wrong together in the same sentence, the 2010 iteration of Triumph's awesome machine brings in the same mix of awesome and wow- factor. The beast remains as savage as you know it: the 2.3-liter triple-cylinder engine delivers insane amounts of torque and brutal acceleration regardless of speed or gear. However, having your better half in the ...




 

2010 - 2011

Marrying the upright riding position of a streetfighter and cruiser looks, both under the blessing of the biggest production motorcycle engine led to the Triumph Rocket III, a muscle bike with a class of its own. Massive, mean and quite a good scare for the faint of heart, the 2010 Triumph Rocket III Roadster brings refined comfort, redesigned suspensions and revised rear springs, new exhausts a...




 

2009 - 2010

The 2009 Rocket III Touring is an upgraded version of the base power cruiser, loaded with extras to allows the rider to share the exhilarating experience with a passenger and enjoy longer trips aboard this amazing machine. While the tech specs are basically the same, the suspension has been re-tuned for providing more comfort and retain the nimble handling. Touring with this bike is now easie...




 

2009 - 2010

The 2009 Triumph Rocket III Roadster is a muscle bike icon. It brings together the comfortable upright riding stance of a commuter or fighter and the sportbike-like performance for an exhilarating two=wheeled experience. This model year is the first one to receive ABS as standard and the system has been designed especially to provide reliable stopping power for this beast. With may components...




 

2008 - 2009

Effortless, laid back cruising and sheer riding pleasure, this is what the 2008 Rocket III Classic was made for. Ample pulled back bars, generous floorboards, a large comfy seat for two which will make long hauls more pleasant and reverse cone exhausts add plenty of style to this amazing 2.3-liter beast. With blistering torque right off idle, the Rocket III Classic comes with exceptional pass...




 

2008 - 2009

So, you're in love with the insane torque and thrust of the Rocket III and you'd like to take this bike and your significant other on a longer ride. Good, because Triumph kind of knew this was coming down the hatch and prepared the Touring version of the Rocket. The 2008 Rocket III Touring retains all the beastly character of the base model, but brings in several functional upgrades yo...




 

2008 - 2009

The 2008 Rocket III carries on the muscle bike heritage of the series and brings in the same zero-compromise craftsmanship and high -grade technology which made so many riders sell their cruisers and go Rocket. The biggest production engine of all, the mill at the heart of the 2008 Rocket III is ready ot provide blistering thrust at the slightest twist of the throttle, with endless power and tor...




 

2007 - 2008

The 2007 Triumph Rocket III remains faithful to the initial philosophy: to be the world's biggest displacement production motorcycle, while offering sizzling, uncompromised performance for the discerning, experienced rider. Created with power AND rideability in mind, the 2007 Rocket III is a power cruiser with a very good turning radius and is rather compact. This makes is great or city ...




 

2007 - 2008

The Rocket III Classic is the father of the actual Touring model, a bike which blends in the cruiser style with the rocket-like performance and thrust, for an unique, exhilarating experience. Triumph offers a huge range of original parts and accessories to add extra style and functionality. Whether it's saddlebags or backrests, a detachable windscreen or full floorboards, the Rocket III ...




 

2006 - 2007

The 2006 Rocket III Classic Tourer brings in the best treats for two-up riding, and mixes them with the insanely powerful nature of the world's biggest-displacement production bike. Created for longer hauls, the Rocket III Classic Tourer trim brings in a mid-sized windscreen, leather saddlebags and a pillion backrest for more comfort and a more reassuring feel. These accessories are a gr...




 

2006 - 2007

While the basic Rocket III is more of a solo machine, Triumph knows that many riders want to share the glorious moments they spend aboard this bike with a passenger. So that's why the Rocket III Classic brings in more convenience for two-up riding, with generous rider floorboards and more real estate for the pillion, higher and pulled back bars, all for a better, longer trip. As for the ...




 

2006 - 2007

A bike in a class of its own, the 2006 Triumph Rocket III is the biggest displacement production motorcycle, a power cruiser for those who need extreme machinery to quench their everyday thirst for adrenaline. With immense torque right off idle, the Rocket III has plenty of passing power in any gear, at any speed, with seemingly infinite might ready for anything. Such nerve needed matching st...




 

2006 - 2009

Long-distance riding requires a bit more than mere engine-and chassis-tuning, though. You need something to keep the weather off you and bags to carry your stuff. To those ends, Triumph came up with a truly quick-detach windscreen and saddlebags that appear to owe much to Harley-Davidson designs. The Touring model has higher torque at low speeds 203 Nm (150 lb-ft) at 2500 rpm, but less horsepowe...




 

2005 - 2006

The Classic version of the 2005 Triumph Rocket III brings is a bevy of chromed out accents and parts, harking back to the way they used to make cruisers back in the day. If a muscle bike loaded with tons of power and modern tech, but also boasting classic looks is your game, then this is the right beast for you. Add in powerful brakes to tame this amazing machine, high-spec suspensions and ex...




 

2005 - 2006

Looking for a bike to put the others on the road to bitter shame when it comes to accelerating in any gear, at any speed? Looking for a bike with a breathtaking thrust to have adrenaline rushing through your brain each time you twist the throttle? It's then time to hop on the 2005 Triumph Rocket III and start churning the asphalt. The biggest-displacement production motorcycle around, th...




 

2004 - 2005

Powerful, low and menacing, the 2004 Rocket III is Triumph's way to tell you the game is over. This muscle bike is no toy for beginners, and neither is it a machine for the faint of heart: with immense torque right off idle and incredible passing power in any gear at any speed, the Rocket III is built for riding fast and riding hard. The biggest-displacement production bike in the world,...




 

2003 - 2004

The Triumph Rocket III is the first-ever production motorcycle to break the 2-liter barrier: its 3-cylinder mill packs 2294cc and is capable to deliver insane torque right off idle, with immense passing power in any gear, at any speed. Rocket III also has a removable pillion seat, and is therefore easy to transform into a beast for solo riding. The 2003 Rocket III sports the front brakes of t...