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Review: Triumph Rocket III Classic, Size Matters Review: Triumph Rocket III Classic, Size Matters

After two weeks of riding Triumph’s Rocket III Classic I’ve walked away grinning and for once not wanting more. Anyone that says size doesn’t count is either small or hasn’t ridden a Rocket III Classic. Unlike the other guys in the PressPortal garage I like my engines massive, the bigger the better. Forget turbos, blowers, chips, octane booster and NOS, you cannot substitute cubic capacity. I like high-revving power, but I love my torque, and fortunately for me the Rocket III Classic serves...

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Triumph's Touring Treat! (Australia) Triumph's Touring Treat! (Australia)

To celebrate Triumphs 'Nullarbor Adventure' (March 4th - 7th /10), Triumph have announced they will be giving away $2000 worth of genuine Triumph accessories and clothing 'free' with every new 'Rocket Touring' sold before March 31st 2010.

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2010 Triumph Rocket Launched (Australia) 2010 Triumph Rocket Launched (Australia)

Six Journalists from some of Australia's leading motorcycle magazines took part in a road ride from Melbourne to Heathcote Dragway in Regional Victoria. The bikes were put through their paces over and over again in an elimination 'Chicago Shootout' competition that resulted in a final race off between Jeff Ware of Rapid Bikes Magazine and diminutive Kellie Buckley of AMCN, the latter taking out the trophy with an impressive 12.14 sec' pass! Especially impressive when you consider that it was...

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The new 2010 Rocket III Roadster (Australia) The new 2010 Rocket III Roadster (Australia)

Five years on from the introduction of the original Rocket III comes an even meaner version of this cult classic: the Rocket III Roadster. As the name suggests, the Rocket III Roadster moves away from the original's cruiser orientated styling, taking more of a streetfighter stance with its mid-mounted pegs and blacked out components, but retaining the very essence of what made the original Rocket III great: massive presence, surprisingly sharp handling and a stomping 2,294cc three-cylinder...

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Triumph Introduce 2010 Rocket III Roadster Triumph Introduce 2010 Rocket III Roadster

Higher spec for the world's largest capacity motorcycle Legendary British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph is introducing the baddest version yet of its 2.3 litre Rocket III, the Rocket III Roadster. The Rocket III Roadster moves out of cruiser territory and transcends into that of the ultimate muscle streetfighter, bringing with it the biggest torque figures found on any production motorcycle.

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2009 Triumph Rocket III Classic 2009 Triumph Rocket III Classic

The Rocket III Classic is a real cruising motorcycle with a firm focus on rider and pillion comfort. It's aimed squarely at those who prefer a more laid back approach to motorcycling and features a relaxed riding position with forward set footboards, pull-back handlebars and a supremely comfortable stitched touring seat as standard. The incredible flexibility offered by the 2294cc engine makes for effortless riding whether two-up, fully loaded with luggage or solo. Sophisticated fuel...

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Review Coming Soon Triumph Rocket III Classic - (Australia) Review Coming Soon Triumph Rocket III Classic - (Australia)

The team at PressPortal will be geeting their grubby fingers on the 2008 Triumph Rockt III Classic Motorcycle.

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2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Dominates Mega Cruise - (Australia) 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Dominates Mega Cruise - (Australia)

Triumph's Rocket III Touring is boss cocky among the big-bore cruiser fraternity, according to American monthly magazine Cycle World.

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