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Motor Trike Announces Triumph Rocket III Trike

Motor Trike Announces Triumph Rocket III Trike
Triumph Rocket III Trike

Motor Trike Triumph Rocket III Trike

Motor Trike, Inc. announces the release of an all-new trike, which pairs its industry leading Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) with the world’s largest motorcycle production engine, forming the “Triumph Rocket Trike.”

The 2014 Triumph Rocket Trike will maintain the full Triumph factory 2-year warranty and can be ordered directly through your Triumph dealer.

Motor Trike went to great lengths to capture all the Triumph Rocket III has to offer. It features an all-new body design, which integrates many of the classic Triumph design cues from the original motorcycle, using both the taillights and turn signals. The steering has been designed to make riding easy whether around town or on the highway taking on your favorite twisties.

Motor Trike Announces Triumph Rocket III Trike
Triumph Rocket III Trike

“We have designed a trike for the Rocket III that will surprise a lot of riders,” says Motor Trike Owner, Jeff Vey. “It has always been the accepted premise that a bike or trike with this much power would come with a trade-off (i.e. you would have to sacrifice comfort, lack of storage or the ability to corner). With the Rocket Trike you can now have it all: style, safety, comfort, and performance with a warranty that covers you from one end to the other. You no longer have to settle for a Factory Trike with limitations.”

The Triumph Rocket Trike features one of the biggest trunk door openings in the industry and utilizes the Triumph ignition key to make locking and unlocking a cinch. The passenger seating and backrest position remain unchanged so there is still plenty of room for the driver and a passenger to go explore the open roads. Stopping the Triumph Rocket Trike will not be a problem as Motor Trike uses their multi-piston calipers on each rear wheel.

The Triumph Rocket Trike fits the 2014 Triumph Rocket III and is available for $27,999 (plus tax, title, license and freight). Units ordered through Triumph dealers will maintain the full Triumph factory 2-year warranty. Triumph is currently taking orders for the Rocket III Trike. Please contact your local Triumph dealer directly: http://www.triumphmotorcycles.com/dealers/find-a-dealer.

For customers needing only a conversion kit, please contact your local Motor Trike dealer: http://motortrike.com/TrikeDealerLocator.aspx. The Triumph Rocket III Trike conversion will fit year models 2009 to present Rocket III Touring bikes and 2010 to present Rocket III Roadster. Units triked by Motor Trike dealers will carry the Motor Trike 3-year 60,000 mile warranty only.

Triumph Rocket III Trike Specs:

  • 55” Overall Width
  • 75” Wheelbase Length
  • 118” Overall Length
  • 1,283 lbs Total Weight
  • Unequal Length Upper and Lower Control Arm Suspension
  • 5.0 Cubic Foot Trunk

Standard Features:

  • Full Factory Warranty
  • Independent Rear Suspension
  • On-Board Air Compressor
  • Patented Air Ride Suspension
  • Over 4″ of Suspension Travel
  • Power Steering
  • Progressive Coil Over Shocks
  • Integrated Disc Brake System
  • Trunk Light on Interior of Door
  • Hidden Trunk Door Hinges
  • Billet Aluminum Torque Thrust Wheels
  • 12 Volt Power Outlet in Trunk
  • LED Air Suspension & Voltmeter Readout
  • Shaft drive
  • Rake Kit
  • Parking Brake
  • High-Torque Low Speed Reverse

Available Options:

  • Front Wheel Upgrade (coming 8/2014)
  • Several Types of Rear Wheel Upgrades
  • 17″ tires
  • Front Wheel Balancer
  • Fender Bras with Optional Embroidery
  • ABS Integration Kit
  • Chrome Nerf Bumper
  • Embroidered Trunk Mat
  • Trike Cover
  • Color-Match Paint

For additional information, visit http://motortrike.com/triumphrockettrike.aspx.

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