Triumph Rocket TFC Concept

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

With Triumph releasing some of their best work to date, it makes sense that they’d keep one of their most anticipated concept bikes under wraps until the time was right. The famed U.K. motorcycle maker has finally unveiled their newest TFC project, a dramatic reimagining of the Rocket — and from what we already know, the given name seems like the perfect fit.

The Rocket TFC will feature more power, presence, and muscle than Triumph’s other offerings, boasting the world’s largest production motorcycle powerplant and cutting-edge technology to take the bike to the next level. The Triumph Triple engine will work alongside a completely new chassis, top of the line suspension and braking peripherals, and a shamelessly loud three-head exhaust that will notify everyone within a 10-mile radius of your presence. As with their recent Thruxton TFC limited-edition release, the Rocket TFC will hit the streets in an ultra-exclusive 750 unit run, making the bike an undeniable collector’s item. Triumph is slated to release additional details on the bike on May 1, 2019 — so if you’re in the market for one of the gnarliest motorcycles on the face of the Earth, be sure to keep your eyes peeled.

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