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Japanese magazine declares Triumph Daytona 675 perfect middleweight sportsbike


by Triumph

Four-cylinder 600cc motorcycles from Japan may account for the majority of supersports machines sold around the world, but if you want to experience the perfect middleweight sportsbike, then the Japanese Press suggests that you look to Britain and the Triumph Daytona 675.

Leading Japanese magazine 'Motorcyclist' has added to the Daytona's impressive list of accolades by awarding its first ever perfect score to the unique three-cylinder Triumph in its regular feature 'Ride with Edge'. Each month the magazine tests of one of the world's leading performance bikes, but never before has a motorcycle received a perfect 100 out of 100 - until the Daytona 675 appeared in the current issue.

Tester Kei Nashimoto, a world class racer who has competed at the prestigious Suzuka Eight-hour event, said of the Triumph: "The Daytona 675 provides a riding pleasure that cannot be felt in other bikes. The specifications are class-leading and the Daytona 675 has great potential for racing too. The Triumph is king of the middleweight sports bikes."

Photo Credit : Triumph