While the Triumph Trident T 160 was aimed at a clientele loyal to English twins, the BSA Rocket 3 was more particularly intended for the American market.

Produced from 1969 to 1971 the BSA 750 Rocket 3 was supposed to counter the arrival on the world market of the famous Honda CB 750.

Triumph and BSA then imagine a 3-cylinder 750 cc engine.
The BSA engine will be mounted in a double cradle frame.
This engine develops 58 hp at 7,250 rpm and has a magical character (flexible and torquey).

The BSA Rocket 3 model is rarer and more sought after than the Triumph T 160 (1047 BSA X 75 for 7 104 Triumph T 160 produced)

The 1969 BSA Rocket 3 X 75 MK1 is one of the most sought after British models by collectors.

The model presented here is a US import fully restored in France in the 90s.
It is in perfect working order and has a French registration card.

Available and visible in the south of France.

Info and prices on request.

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