My 2007 Triumph Rocket 3 Classic Tourer is beastly strong yet totally agile, even at low speeds.

My Incredible 2007 Triumph Rocket 3 Classic Tourer boasts the largest production motorcycle engine in the world...it being an incredible 2.3 (2300cc) 3 cylinder engine pumping out about 140hp and incredible gobs of torque at virtually any engine rpm.

My bike has about 19700 original miles at the time of this posting on an engine that has developed a reputation for being bulletproof and being able to easily exceed 150k miles and still be running strong.

Also, my bike has some very nice optional gauges, these being a clock and a really handy fuel gauge.

And speaking of the gas gauge, this big bike actually will average gas mileage close to 40mpg as long as your not on the throttle heavy all the time. Pretty amazing economy for such a beastly bike.

The seating is very comfortable for both rider and passenger and the floorboards and highway pegs add to the ability to take this wonderful bike on a fatigue free day long ride.

The two headlight setup makes it easy to see and also be seen...a nice safety feature.

And the huge stock rear tire is about as much as you need to keep most of the traction to the pavement.

And let it be known that JESUS LOVES BIKERS TOO.

I proudly wear these colors on my bike.

This bike is no longer available.

Thanks.

As always, I can be reached at

915-276-1505

should you have any questions about this amazing bike. The bike is located in El Paso, TX

Thanks for looking.

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