2021 Triumph rocket 3 R phantom black & GT Triple Black Price
Today trying to announce two incredible-looking stealthy special editions of their massive two and a half-liter triple-cylinder cruiser the rocket three. So in today’s post, we’ll go over the specs all of the changes Triumph Rocket 3 R Black & GT Triple Black Price and the price and I was even lucky enough to see the bikes for myself already and speak to miles Perkins at triumph about the thinking behind them as well as why this generation of the rocket has been selling.
We’ll start with my personal favorite of the two and that’s the rocket 3 R black the fundamental specs of each of these editions are the same as their non-black counterparts including, The world’s largest production motorcycle engine which generates more torque than any other bike on the market at 221-newton meters, breaking is top spec in the form of Brembo’s star lemma calipers at the front and the Showa suspension front and rear is the fully adjustable level of tech is exceptional too with,
TFT dash with Bluetooth connectivity
Four riding modes – lean, sensitive, abs, and traction control,
Hill holds the cruise control
And keyless ignition
The R is the more sporty variant with mid-position footpegs lower bars and little distance orientated features but what sets this version apart is the finish with a completely blacked-out look that gives it a much more menacing appearance, the extent that triumph has gone here is quite something.
So here’s the full list of parts that have had a black finish applied
- There’s a new carbon front mudguard that’s exclusive to these models with black supports
- And the engine now gets a black finish
- Painted exhaust headers
- Painted heat shields
- And a crinkle black powder-coated in taking cover
In terms of the details, there are black painted
- Headlight bezels
- Flyscreen finishes radiator cowls
- Seat finishes and rear body finishes blacked-out badging and rear-wheel finishes
- Black anodization has been applied to the
- Rear frame forging
- Brake and clutch levers
- Yokes risers
- Handlebar clamps
- Rear shock rocker
- The swingarm guard
- Side stand
- Rider footpegs
- Braking gear pedals
- Heel guards
- Pillion footpegs and hangers
you also get these black anodized bar end mirrors with a more premium machined finish than the standard bikes specific to the r is the matte and gloss paint job with the matte black on the sides of the tank and a gloss strip down the middle this gloss finish is continued all the way along with the bike from the mudguard to the fly screen along with the tank and then down to the end of the seat unit, personally I think it looks absolutely incredible but let me know what you think of it in the comments.
The GT gets pretty much all of the same specs as they are but with forward footpegs a more laid back handlebar position a bit of a windscreen and a backrest for the passenger, you can also spec it up with soft luggage as an accessory if you do fancy a bit of weekend touring the triple black gets most of the blacked-out components mentioned above but instead of the matte black tank with the black logo it gets a gloss paint job with three shades of black also known as grey and a silver logo although I do really like what they’ve done with the tank here for me you can’t beat the more stripped back hunched down aggressive look of the R but like I say let me know which you’d pick down below.
Dealers are taking pre-orders right away with bikes available from mid-April with the R black costing 21 grand here in the UK whereas the gt comes in at £ 21,700. That’s an extra grand on top of the standard version of each which seems pretty reasonable considering that it’s a limited edition and that so many of the components have had an extra finish applied as well as the more complex job on the tank both bikes will be limited to just a thousand units worldwide.
Both beautiful machines to my eye but as always I’d love to hear your ideas and thoughts in the comments Box, Thanks for reading this post.
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