Triumph Motorcycles is adding a new bike to the exclusive Triumph Factory Custom (TFC) line: the Rocket TFC.

A concept bike has been put on display at the factory for the upcoming model. First launched in 2004, the Rocket III featured the "world's largest production motorcycle engine". The 2019 premium bike's full specifications haven't been revealed by Triumph yet, but the company assures us it's "the ultimate in 'fully loaded'" with an all-new Triple engine, cutting-edge technology, premium brake and suspension systems, interchangeable single and duo seats, as well as an all-new chassis.

The company claims the machine will have an "unbelievable deep, rich new Rocket TFC growl," and we believe them, given it's a three-cylinder 2500cc monster.

Triumph warns there will be a worldwide run of only 750, which, in combination with the premium upgrades, will surely make this TFC Rocket one of the most sought-after Triumphs ever.

The motorcycle's complete specs, as well as release info, will be revealed May 1, so stay tuned.

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