The 2013 Triumph Rocket Touring is a comfortable tourer that was forged from Triump’s desire to create the perfect partner for long journeys.
The motorcycle is built around a strong 2,294 cc liquid cooled, dohc, in-line three cylinder unit that comes with increased levels of torque at low speeds (203 Nm at 2,500 rpm). The engine is mated on a five speeds transmission and is fed by a 5.9 liters fuel tank.
To be able to keep in check the huge power developed by the engine, the Rocket Touring needed a set of similarly powerful brakes. Therefore, you get twin floating 320mm discs with Nissin four-piston fixed callipers to the front and single 316mm floating discs with Brembo two-piston floating callipers to the rear.
The 2013 Triumph Rocket Touring is offered with a starting price of $ 17,299.
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Touring has never been more beautiful.
This bike has been blessed with a 2.3 litre engine that delivers power and low down torque in equal measure with a unique and distinctive character. It devours the miles effortlessly. It pampers both rider and pillion with levels of comfort and spec seldom seen on such a beast. Take a look at the front and rear footboards, detachable screen and the seats themselves to get some idea. And now it’s been given a host of extras to make the ride even more enjoyable and individual than ever.
The world-famous rocket iii engine: 2,294cc liquid-cooled, dohc, in-line three cylinder. It’s been retuned for touring to deliver increased torque at low speeds coupled with effortless power. 203nm of torque at 2,500 rpm.
Standard kit on the roadster iii touring include colour-matched, lockable, detachable fully sealed panniers. Quick release screen. Chrome edged teardrop shaped footboards that are spring mounted. Everything you need for the long road ahead.
Twin floating 320mm discs. Nissin four-piston fixed callipers to the front. Single 316mm floating disc. Brembo two-piston floating calliper to the rear. When you want to stop, you stop.
these extras give the rider more as standard. Chrome engine dresser bars now come as standard aiding protection of the bike and its rider. A quick release sissy bar is fitted for extra security and a passenger backrest and quick-release triumph luggage rack is now also standard. New colours with coach lines painted by hand are black and red with single coach line and black with twin, gold coach lines.
|Engine type||Liquid-cooled, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder|
|Bore/Stroke||101.6 x 94.3mm|
|Fuel System||Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with twin butterflies and progressive linkage on primary butterflies|
|Exhaust||Stainless steel 3 into 1 into 2, large volume catalysts in front of chrome-plated exhaust|
|Oil Capacity||5.9 liters (1.6 US gals)|
|Frame||Tubular steel, twin spine|
|Swingarm||Twin-sided, steel (houses drive shaft)|
|Wheel||Front :Cast aluminum alloy 25-spoke 16 x 3.5in|
|Rear: Cast aluminum alloy 25-spoke 16 x 5.0in|
|Tire||Front: 150/80 R16|
|Rear: 180/70 R16|
|Suspension||Front: Kayaba 43mm forks. 120mm travel fully shrouded uppers|
|Rear: Kayaba chromed spring twin shocks with 5 position adjustable preload, 105mm rear wheel travel|
|Brakes||Front: Twin 320mm floating discs, Nissin 4-piston fixed calipers|
|Rear :Single 316mm fixed disc, Brembo 2-piston floating caliper|
|Instrument Display/Functions||Analogue speedometer featuring analogue fuel gauge, scroll button on handlebars, LCD trip computer and clock|
|Length||2603 mm (102.4 in)|
|Width (handlebars)||995mm (39.1in)|
|Height without mirrors||1182mm (46.5in)|
|Seat Height||730mm (28.7in)|
|Fuel Tank Capacity / Efficiency||22.3 liters (5.9 US gals)|
|Wet Weight (ready to ride)||395 kg (869 lbs)|
|Maximum Power||106PS / 105bhp / 78 kW @ 6000rpm|
|Maximum Torque||203Nm / 150 ft.lbs @ 2500rpm|