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Triumph Daytona 675R first ride: 'The most exciting middleweight'

The Triumph Daytona 675R is simply a Daytona 675 with lots of very desirable goodies to make it a track day weapon and, in the right hands, a formidable tool on the road. The 675R boasts three major add-ons. First, white paint and red powder-coated subframe. Second, front and rear suspension from Ohlins. Third, Brembo race-spec monobloc calipers and master cylinder. Here's...

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Apr 10

Posts: 9

caveo says:

657R ???

MMMM its 18cc down on the standard model tho lol

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Jul 10

Posts: 183

BBQdog says:

Wishfull ...

Wish I had the money for one. Tested the 'old' version of the 675.


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Oct 10

Posts: 178

Mikeyy says:

Not Suprised

MCN and other bike maginzines loved the standard version so this real doesnt suprise me that they love a improved version off the standrad version .

id like to see the new GSXR 600 vs 675R that would be an intesting test on road and on track.

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Aug 02

Posts: 1473

superbol says:

Hang on

Over the last few weeks the Gsxr600 was the ultimate now Triumph must be paying big advertising fees !

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Apr 09

Posts: 10



totally agree with superbol's comments its been gsxr600 for weeks,best thing since sliced bread then suddenly this daytona is the best...advertising fees you are right on

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Jun 09

Posts: 24

Frankyspain says:

Whats the best middleweight next week_)(*&^%$#@

Long tests

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Nov 09

Posts: 31

bullpizzle says:

Wankerspain, Timothyrude & superbollock

I figure there are 3 people who are extremely jealous of A not having ridden a 675R, B not being able to ride properly, C not having a brain, and D being unable to write anything of intelligence. I didn't read anything above about the 675R being the best. Still waiting for my copy of the MCN to come through the door, but regardless of that a respected man's opinion doesn't warrant twats to chirp up about advertising fees or intimating someone is on someone else's payroll. Bloke friend in Spain says the Spain mags also raving about the Triumph. 

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Nov 09

Posts: 4

dogwhisperer says:

sort it out

Mikeyy has got the idea, get the Triumph 675 against the gsxr600. As all the press lately has been about how good the gsxr is. Oh and dont forget the "independant" british press.

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Nov 09

Posts: 9

Triumph Daytona 675R

I do not care which is best! I will ride the Triumph 675R FOR THE SOUND and only on track. On the road it is too small and not comfortable. What the video 675R on my facebook page freddy franchi. Awesome sound! Maybe the best bike ever made.

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Jan 11

Posts: 115

luckyskua says:

Past it?

Come on now boys, the GSX-R 600 has been out for a few weeks now and its obviously getting long in the tooth. The fact that none of us has actually ridden one is beside the point. Take it from Trevor, this bike is the one to have for 2011*

*Subject to ammendment

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