Unbelievable Triumph Rocket III Roadster strong as a bull, pulls like a bull, maneuverable as a bull, so they could describe this powerful cruiser. Simply have to admit that this bike is not for everyone but for those sincere lovers who enjoy driving and when to fight off his bike.
Displacemet engine of 2294cc, liquid cooling, inline, 3 cylinder housed longitudinally, two camshafts and four valves per cylinder, universal final transfer. Maximum power of 148 hp at 5750 rmp and maximum torque of 221 Nm at 2750 rmp. Electronic fuel injection, clutch with multiple discs in oil bath. Transmission 5-speed.
Frame is tubular steel, front suspension with KYB upside-down front fork diameter 43mm, rear KYB shock absorbers double with 5 position adjustable preload. The wheels are cast aluminum alloy 5 spoke front of the 17″ tires and 150/80 and rear wheel 16″ tires and 240/50. Front brake with twin 320mm floating discs, Nissin 4-piston fixed calipers, Nissin ABS system and rear brake with single 316mm fixed disc, Brembo 2-piston floating caliper, Nissin ABS system.
Weight with all fluids 367 kg. Fuel tank capacity is 24 liters. The whole bike is so impressive dimensions so it is easy to lose the feeling that the back tire is so big. Rocket III Roadster allows quite deep slopes. Once you get used to it it becomes a fun and gentle motorcycle. Yet when a little faster ride concentration must be high. Instruments are classic analog design but thanks to small digital screens abound information. See you in any stage of transmission, how much fuel is left. The seat is spacious and comfortable, shifted slightly forward so that the driver had better control of the motorcycle.
From the composition of the exhaust roars muffled sound and above 3500 rmp shrill sound. The average fuel consumption is about 8l/100 km. In short the positive side of this giant is the engine and developing strength, comfort and driving position, the absence of vibration, ABS composition, imposing appearance and originality. From negative agility and maneuverability, power and power brakes.