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Back in 2004, Triumph launched their flagship Rocket roadster with the world’s largest production engine with a huge 2.3-liters of displacement. It was a monster of a bike while exhibiting control, comfort, and even efficiency. For 2019, the Brit bike manufacturer has unleashed the Rocket TFC, an excellent exercise in one-upmanship. Though final specs have yet to be released, it appears Triumph didn’t hold back with a 2500cc three-cylinder Triple engine, a new chassis, top-end brakes and suspension, as well as a swappable single and duo seats. The limited production (750 units) power house draws the eye with its fat tires and the centerpiece, that gorgeous three header exhaust that promises to emit a baritone growl that will intimidate the most radical of superbikes. Full specs and pricing should be revealed on May 1, 2019.

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