Fifteen years after its debut, Triumph’s big-bore three-cylinder cruiser, the Rocket 3, has been completely redesigned. Engine capacity is up from 2,294cc to 2,458cc, further cementing the massive Brit bike’s title as the world’s largest-displacement production motorcycle. Triumph’s claimed 165 hp is impressive, but 163 pound-feet of torque is the true showstopper. With the hopped-up powerplant comes a new chassis—aluminum frame and fully adjustable Showa suspension; single-sided, shaft-drive-integrated swingarm—and more aggressive styling. Sport, Road, and Rain modes tailor power output, throttle response, traction control, and ABS.