BSA Rocket 3 Racer 1969
- Made in 3DS Max 2010. Compatible with 2010 and later versions.
- The scene is set in millimetres, and the motorcycle is scaled correctly.
- All objects in the scene are named properly for their easy identification
- All texture bitmaps are included. The bodywork bitmap has a 4096x4096px resolution.
- Speedometer, Rev counter and Amp meter bitmaps included
- Detailed enough for close-up renders. See preview images.
.MAX 2010 (Default)
.MAX 2010 (VRay 1.5)
.MAX 2010 (Brazil R/S)
The Triumph Trident (or BSA Rocket 3) was a technically advanced, high-performance roadster (or standard) motorcycle made by Triumph Engineering and Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) from 1968 to 1975, and sold under both the Triumph and BSA marques.
Despite everything else, the new Triples were fast, very fast. Faster than the Norton 850 Commando, faster even than the new Honda 750…on a good day. And they quickly began racking up victories on road racing circuits all over the world. Alas it wasn’t enough to stem the tsunami of Japanese bikes or to cure all the other ills that plagued BSA at the close of the 1960s. Today, they are much sought after by collectors. And they are one of the best classic British motorcycles to ride in modern times, with ample power to keep up with just about anything on the road.
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