The new Triumph Daytona 600

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Now the hype is made metal. The stunning Triumph Daytona 600, exclusively revealed by MCN in April, has just had its public unveiling at the NEC Show. In the latest issue of MCN, out November 20, we assess Triumph’s serious 600.

Triumph has high hopes for the new machine, coming on the back of its less than stellar reception of the TT600 and the fire that swept its factory in March. But first impressions are good – it looks great and if our exclusive spy video is anything to go by it looks set to storm the sales charts, too.

Click on the links on the right to see the Triumph Daytona 600 in action and to tell us what you think of it.

The key features of the new bike are:

*A lighter, re-worked engine of the TT600

*More power – claimed at 110bhp

*Completely redesigned fuel-injection

*A new lighter, shorter chassis

*Redesigned suspension

*Smaller, lighter brakes

*Radical styling

PLUS in the latest MCN:

*There’s our NEC Show special – all the top bikes, all the best pictures, all the news. From Triumph’s Daytona 600 to the Ducati 999R and everything in-between.

On the menu there’s a delicious Casoli Moto 999, peppery Straightline SV650, wicked Harris Blade and Rhencullen’s evil-looking R1, not to mention a Ducati MotoGP-replica 916 and a £300,000 cruiser.

*There’s a special news feature on Riders for Health, and how a BBC TV special will help put this charity’s vital work into the nation’s conscience.

*We’ve got a huge 1600-mile road test of BMW’s latest cruiser – the retro-style R1200CL

*We show you how to fit some tasty rearsets to your FireBlade and weigh up the pros and cons of Yamaha’s versatile TDM900 in our Long Term Tests.

*In " Be An Expert On… " you’ll find everything you need to know about Honda’s super-commuter CB500

*There’s a mega competition in our Products section – we’ve got £2000 of lids to give away to the lucky winners. And we’ve got all the best all-season numbers lined up

Read the latest stories causing a buzz this week in News…

MCN Staff

By MCN Staff