Triumph Daytona 675 Track Bike Build

I purchased a 2012 Triumph Daytona 675 base model sportbike in 2011 at Thanksgiving primarily for track use. I thought I might use it for occasional street use, but the fact is that the track has it’s own requirements (depending on your skill level) and I decided to save myself the trouble and leave the bike in purely track form.

The bike is an excellent piece of equipment and is easily the best cornering motorcycle I have ever ridden. It is narrow like a V-twin but has much of the characteristic of an inline 4 engine configuration; the 675 is triple.

Much has been written on various forums and magazines, etc about the benefits (or not) of buying Triumph’s 675 R model. I was fortunate enough to buy the base and install true Road and Track Ohlins fork internals and rear TTX shock. In my particular case, I came out ahead – in fact, ahead of the R version as the R does not have Road and Track equipment.

Stay tuned for pictures and more information on what it takes to make your bike track ready – it can be as simple or as complicated as you wish to make it.

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About nolarocks

Life long motorbike rider from New Orleans with a passion for riding sportbikes, naked (cafe) bikes, dirt bikes, mini bikes and on and on and on. Throw in some Isle of Man TT racing, short circuit racing, and the glory days of 1950s-1970s English/Irish/Manx road racing and you are getting close. I can't get enough.
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