Triumph has launched its Rocket 3 TFC bike with a massive 2,500 cc engine.
Developed by the Triumph Factory Custom (TFC) division which was launched earlier this year, the Triumph Rocket 3 TFC is now the bike to get the biggest production engine in the world.
The new engine is both bored and stroked out, each cylinder having a bore of 110.2 mm and a stroke of 85.9 mm.
It’s also undergone a thoroughly modern electronic makeover with specifications like a TFT dash, cornering ABS and traction control, four riding modes, an up/down quickshifter, tire pressure monitors, keyless ignition, hill start assist and an optional Bluetooth connectivity module that handles phone, navigation and even control of a connected GoPro action camera.
Featuring premium TFC badging with gold detailing and an individually-numbered plaque on the instrument mount, each unit of the Rocket 3 will be unique.
Every Rocket TFC owner will also receive a tailor-made TFC handover pack dedicated to their bike, featuring a numbered letter signed by Triumph’s CEO Nick Bloor, a personalised custom build book, leather TFC branded rucksack and a Rocket 3 TFC indoor bike cover.
The Rocket 3 TFC (Triumph Factory Custom) is at least a whopping 40 kg (88 lb) lighter than the old Rocket III thanks to new aluminum designs for the frame and the single-sided shaft-drive swingarm, as well as the fact that all bodywork is carbon.