2024 Triumph Rocket 3

Owner: Triumph Motorcycles

Twenty years after the first record-breaking Triumph Rocket 3 burst onto the motorcycle scene, a new generation of the Rocket has been launched, with more performance, even better handling and a dark, moody colour scheme. Featuring the world’s largest production bike engine, with a capacity of 2458cc, the Rocket 3 Storm R and GT produce 180bhp at 7000rpm and 225Nm of torque at 4000rpm. The torque curve delivers its peak all the way through the mid-range, for explosive acceleration and effortless response in any gear.

The new Rocket 3 Storm models feature an impeccable level of quality detailing. To deliver a controlled and compliant ride, the bike uses a Showa monoshock RSU and piggy-back reservoir, fully adjustable for rebound and compression damping and preload. The forks are large 47mm Showas, adjustable for rebound and compression damping. Stopping power comes via Brembo Stylema brake calipers complete with  twin 320mm discs, along with a standard-fit anti-lock system.


Power: 180bhp | Top speed: N/A | 0-60mph: 2.7 seconds