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triumph rocket 3 introduces roadster and grand touring editions

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enforcing with its muscular stance, accomplishment ‘rocket 3’ continues the legendary bike line with 2 brand-new designs: R and GT. the R– meaning roadster– unifies extraordinary torque, control and capability with convenience. whereas, the GT– meaning grand tourer– combines performance with convenience in a cruiser-like style.



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the victory ‘rocket 3’ R and GT enhances what the brand name say is the largest production motorbike engine at 2,500 cc. this provides 165 hp and 221 Nm of torque. its exciting riding experience is matched by sophisticated technology, including optimized cornering ABS and traction control, four riding modes (road, rain, sport and rider-configurable), hill hold control and cruise control.



the accomplishment ‘rocket 3’ GT and R

the new style stands out with its twin LED headlights, shaped 3-header exhaust run and 20- spoke cast aluminum wheels. versatility is then used with interchangeable twin and single seat set-ups, and covert folding pillion footrests. it also consists of an extensive luggage variety and devices. the main difference between the 2 designs is that the R features roadster-style handlebars while the GT’s are commonly sculpted for exploring.



the roadster



the grand tourer

project details:

brand name: victory motorcycles

edition: rocket 3

model: R and GT

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