If you love adventure that demands a speedy ride, then you must be aware of this year’s brand new releases- 2010 Triumph Rocket III Roadster and 2010 Star VMax! Though both are big packages, they differ from each other.
Roadster shares many of its attributes with various Cruisers. Some of them are broad and roomy seats and the wide handlebar which provides an open sitting position. The VMax’s position is more rider-friendly when compared to Rocket. Its footpeg location is directly under its rider’s hips and reach to its narrower handlebar feels shorter when compared to the Triumph. The VMax makes the rider feel as if he is sitting in an expensive office chair that defines correct seating posture. Even a six-footer finds it comfortable after a minimum of eight hours journey in the saddle.
The Triumph Rocket III Roadster’s functional accessories package consists of simple but effective gauges- one for measuring the speed of the road and the other for measuring the speed of the engine. Each gauge consists of LCDs that display information regarding real time, miles-to-empty counter, clock, tripmeters, odo etc. These basics spread the essence of class, simplicity and better thinking. The Star VMax’s comprehensive LCD display is fixed on top of the faux fuel tank. There is a lot of data on display on the small side- like the fuel level, gear position, clock, etc.
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