The BSA Rocket3 (1969) is a magnificent example of British motorcycle construction and design. This classic two-stroke triple cylinder motorcycle is one of the most iconic motorcycles of its era, and exemplifies the best of British engineering. With a length of nearly two metres, a total weight of 194 kilograms, and a maximum power output of 55 bhp, the Rocket3 is a true behemoth of a machine, and a truly impressive presence on the roads. The Rocket3 is distinguished from many other vintage motorcycles by its double-loop frame, which offers exceptional rigidity and strength, and helps to contain and manage the incredible power of its 507cc engine. The engine is a unique design featuring high-flow ports, which helps to produce vast amounts of torque and to keep the engine running smoother than more traditional designs. Not only does the engine provide fantastic performance, but it also produces a unique deep-throated bellow of a roar that is truly iconic and unforgettable. The Rocket3 sports a classic aesthetic that was revolutionary for the era, featuring a stepped seat with contrast stitching, gleaming chrome mudguards and centre exhaust, sculpted chrome wing mirrors, and iconic pointed headlamps. The three-spoke alloy wheels nestling beneath the flat fenders provide a unique contrast of classic and futuristic styling. The Rocket3's handling is incredibly nimble for a motorcycle of this size and weight, and its combination of lightweight cast-aluminium frame and powerful brakes makes it a pleasure to ride. There is no doubt that this model truly deserves its reputation as an icon of the British performance motorcycle world.
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