As part of their Milan Bike Show announcements, Triumph has just released some information on the Daytona 675R, an exciting evolution of their hyper successful 675 family.
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Think Öhlins forks and shock, radially-mounted Brembo monoblock calipers, a carbon fiber fender, and hopefully an engine upgrade.
The bike is certainly a looker. Stand by for Canadian pricing and availability.
We spoke with Chaz Davies, the lead rider of the ParkinGO Racing Team at the last round of the World Supersport Championship, in Magny-Cours (France) last September. He will race the new Daytona 675R for the official Triumph race team in 2011, in the same World Superbike Championship.
I asked him to compare high performance Japanese four cylinder 600s against the Daytona 675 Triple.