When Triumph were reborn in a stunning manner in 1961, most expected that the top-of-the-range sports machine would be labelled as a Bonneville - but no - top sports honours were awarded to motorcycles carrying the world ‘Daytona’ in their title. Daytona notoriety appeared in the form of the Daytona 1200, a machine of truly awesome performance. With the T595 Daytona, however, Triumph built the first of their truly market sector-leading sports bikes using entirely new engine and cycle parts.
This portfolio of articles traces the progress and successes of Triumph’s Daytona models over their 15 years of production. Included are model introductions and ‘first rides’, road, comparison and ‘used bike’ tests plus full specifications and performance data. Advice is also offered on acquiring a good pre-owned Triumph Daytona.
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|Editeur||Brooklands Books Ltd|
|Auteur(s)||R. M. Clarke|
|Année de parution||2012|