Those who owned a first-generation Triumph Daytona usually remember the model quite fondly. Triumph fully-faired, middleweight sportbike was a popular choice among the enthusiasts and received rave reviews from journalists and owners alike.
For 2020, Triumph decided to put the 765cc inline-triple it developed for Moto2 to good use by launching a road-legal version of the spec bike it produces for the racing series. The Daytona 765 produces a respectable 128 horsepower and 59 lb-ft of torque for 363 pounds. It features a carbon fiber fairing, and both the frame and the swingarm are coater with an anodized finish which is lighter than a standard powder coating. Only 765 units of the $17,500 bike will be available in the U.S. and in Canada.