Picture 1Over the past few model years Triumph strove to create some sense of how the Rocket can be used, eventually creating a touring-friendly model with windscreen and saddlebags as standard, called the Rocket III Touring. Then came the Rocket III Classic. More pulled back handlebars, floorboards rather than pegs, and two-tone paint helped define the powerful motorcycle as something appealing to the cruiser crowd.

For 2010 Triumph adds a fourth dimension to the Rocket, revealing an additional aspect of the bike’s character as a muscle bike.

Watch the scary video of this beast after the jump.

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More info on the new Rocket III here!

  • This bike is absolutely amazing, I am really looking forward to the release in the UK. Triumph are definately making an excellent comeback and will hopefully give companies such as Kawasaki & Yamaha a run for their money. I much prefer their creation compared to the other muscle bikes out there.

  • ugg

    Haa, very good!

  • john garner

    oh yes you will be mine watch out harley guys