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Triumph Daytona 675 Articles
Triumph Confirms There Will Be A 2020 Daytona 765
It's not an official comeback.
24 July 2019
5 Best 2014 Sportbikes
We list the best 2014 Sportbikes and why we like each one.
09 September 2014
2013 Triumph Triumph Daytona 675 captured totally undisguised
Triumph675.net has snagged this photo of the new 2013 Triumph Daytona 675 utterly undisguised, completely revealing the new model weeks ahead of its scheduled release at November's EICMA show. Like the 2013 Triumph Street Triple, it appears as if upgrades are minimal, with the main change being a new, GP-style exhaust. Let's detail the changes below. Update: two additional photos in the gallery....
18 October 2012
Two guys, one Triumph Daytona 675R
A Dialog Between Gearheads.
04 October 2011
This is what’s new on the 2012 Triumph Daytona 675
Already available in both black and red and lacking any mechanical updates for the new model year, what’s new on the 2012 Triumph Daytona 675 isn’t going to make it faster or lighter, but it is going to make it nicer to look at. Replacing the godawful comic sans belly pan graphics of previous years, the Daytona now adopts Triumph’s “sports script” font for all its badging. Wait, a motorc...
01 September 2011
2012 Triumph Daytona 675 spied in Hinckley
MCN is claiming this photo shows the 2012 Triumph Daytona 675, a heavy revision of the current triple. While the headlights in this photo are essentially identical, there does appear to be a new central running light and odd mirrors. It’s unclear the extent of other changes, although MCN claims pictures it’s saving for print show a low-mount exhaust in place of the previous undertail. Whether ...
19 July 2011
Triumph Daytona 675R: surpise, an up-rated triple you weren’t expecting
If this was an Aprilia we’d be calling it a Factory and if it was a Ducati we’d be tacking an ‘S’ onto the end, instead it’s the Triumph Dayton 675R and shots of it have leaked ahead of its official EICMA debut. Ohlins suspension, carbon front mudguard, Brembo Monoblocks and a red subframe. Wait, what? That subframe appears to be Triumph’s version of slathering a bike in checkered ...
21 October 2010
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