Triumph 675 Triple Daytona. Blue version

Introduced in 2006, the Triumph Daytona 675 is a three-cylinder sport bike, and the smallest of the Triumph triples. Built by Triumph Motorcycles, it replaced their four-cylinder Daytona 650. The 675 proved to be remarkably light, nimble and powerful; at a maximum of 128 bhp it was also very quick, and it was very successful against the Japanese 600 cc competition.

In 2016, Triumph ceased production of the base model Daytona 675 citing diminishing demand for super sport bikes and increasingly strict European emission standards. Triumph continued to produce the up-spec Triumph Daytona 675R model until the 2018 model year. Triumph filed a new trademark for the Daytona, fuelling rumors that there may be a future version sporting the new 765 cc engine.


The 2013 Triple motor is more compact and a little more powerful due to a bigger bore and shorter stroke. The bike has a smaller, lighter and narrower frame. It has a bigger airbox, new swingarm, slipper clutch and lighter wheels. Other changes include a fuel gauge and a side-mounted exhaust instead of the underseat setup from previous models and rear Brembo brakes on the Standard 675. ABS is an option on the standard bike.

The Jason DiSalvo edition 675 also was introduced in this year. Only 40 of them were built that feature a custom livery and accessories unique to them. They are numbered bikes, the build being etched into the handlebars. Jason DiSalvo personally signed the gas tank of each of the 40 675s.

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