Triumph’s limited editions for Rocket 3, Street Twin revealed

    The 221 Rocket 3 R, Rocket 3 GT and Street Twin EC1 will go on sale in India by early next year.

    Published On Nov 09, 2021 05:30:00 PM


    Triumph has revealed special editions for the 221 Rocket 3 R, Rocket 3 GT and Street Twin EC1. This comes just a few days after Triumph showcased the Gold Line editions for the T100, Street Scrambler, Speedmaster, Bobber, T120 and T120 Black.

    • Only cosmetic changes, not mechanical

    • Triumph says these will not be limited in numbers

    • Will go on sale in India early next year

    Like the Gold Line edition, the 221 and EC1 of the Rocket 3 and Street Twin will be available for a period of one year. Triumph has said that these bikes won’t be limited in numbers and will go on sale in India by early next year. Both variations of the bikes bring only cosmetic changes.

    221 Edition Triumph Rocket 3 R and Rocket 3 GT

    The 221 Edition has been designed to celebrate the Rocket 3’s impressive peak torque figure of 221Nm. This edition introduces a new ‘Red Hopper’ colour scheme. The bike also gets 221 branding on the knee pads. Other changes include blacked-out fender brackets, headlight bowl, windscreen, side panels, rear bodywork and radiator shrouds.

    Triumph Street Twin EC1 Special Edition

    As for the Street Twin EC1, Triumph has said that it takes its inspiration from “the vibrant custom-classic motorcycle culture of London’s East End – particularly the historic streets of EC1, the iconic London postcode.” What it gets is a new Matt Aluminium Silver and Matt Silver Ice paint scheme, along with EC1, graphics across the tank and side panels. The bike also comes fitted with a Matte Silver Ice windscreen.


    The company has also revealed a limited edition Thruxton called the Ton Up edition, but it won’t be making its way to the Indian market.

    Also see:

    Triumph Tiger Sport 660 unveiled, India launch next year

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