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MCN News: Roger Allmond custom Triumph Rocket III

Short, low and sexy aren't words anyone would associate with Triumph's Rocket III but one off bike builder has managed it with this stunning Rocket powered machine. Commisioned by Bennets Insurance, the unnamed bike has six months of toil behind it with only the engine, fuel injection, wiring and shaft drive left from the original Rocket. Watch the video below to see the bike close-up and read the full article in MCN, Wednesday, 16 April, 2008. Satisfy all your biking needs at http://www.motorcyclenews.com


 


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