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Triumph Bike Launch? "The Gamechanger"

Just saw this in my feed..

http://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au...anger?from=HPR

http://www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk/...anger?from=HPR

Guess they're officially launching the new streety 765 tomorrow?

I want a new daytona :(
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Just saw this in my feed..

http://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au...anger?from=HPR

http://www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk/...anger?from=HPR

Guess they're officially launching the new streety 765 tomorrow?

I want a new daytona :(
Dont know if you follow Moto GP at all but Triumph got the contract for the MOTO2 engines. Looks like they'll be doing a 750 triple. Although its a small amount of engines that they'll supply, its a good thing for us. That technology will trickle down eventually.
http://www.motorsport.com/moto2/news...pplier-864054/

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judging from the teaser video, theres at least a new engine touting 'game changing' performance, and an all new fancy hi-res dash.. looks pretty slick..

im no mechanical engineer, but if they've already chucked this new engine in a street triple, and a tuned version will be taking over moto2, i really don't see it being too difficult to shove it in a daytona with some other tweaks and have an all new model ready to go.. 2018?
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I just read that as well. If that is true, maybe there will be a new Daytona at some point after all!! Right when I bought an Aprilia instead

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Dont know if you follow Moto GP at all but Triumph got the contract for the MOTO2 engines. Looks like they'll be doing a 750 triple. Although its a small amount of engines that they'll supply, its a good thing for us. That technology will trickle down eventually.
http://www.motorsport.com/moto2/news...pplier-864054/
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The way I see the Moto2 deal is a way to drum up more sales. No point in the exercise if there is no bike to drum up the sales, sure the Street/Speed Triple are/will probs continue to be great bikes, but they aren't the same style of bikes that race in Moto2 i.e. Sportbikes. Most fans of Moto2, and MotoGP in general are sportbike riders. So I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say that Triumph will be showing a new Sportbike sometime in the future, whether or not it bares the name Daytona remains to be seen.
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ok so that was a bit underwhelming...

given triumphs gameplan here with the street triple, i'd wager top dollar the next daytona will get the same treatment. its like no effort for them at all.

when does the next years daytona model launch usually? like around may and on sale june/july?
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I just read that as well. If that is true, maybe there will be a new Daytona at some point after all!! Right when I bought an Aprilia instead
lol Bruno, did you get that Aprilia?! Pictures! We need pictures!

Back on topic, though, the motor is pretty exciting. A new release from triumph and I'm very interested to see where they take it in the next year or so :)

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I just read that as well. If that is true, maybe there will be a new Daytona at some point after all!! Right when I bought an Aprilia instead
What Ape did you get? Those new Tuono's are looking pretty tempting...

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What Ape did you get? Those new Tuono's are looking pretty tempting...
'16 gray Tuono RR leftover. That bike is a piece of art!! I test rode a lot of bikes last year and that is the only one that blew me away (together with the RSV4). It's pretty much the only bike that I considered a worthy replacement for my Daytona. And "worthy" to me meant capable but FUN above all. If you ride this bike and don't smile ear-to-ear in your helmet, you are truly dead inside LOL It is VERY good!
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If you ride this bike and don't smile ear-to-ear in your helmet, you are truly dead inside LOL It is VERY good!

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