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    Registered User Array doser's Avatar
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    'Sport Rider' Daytona 657 test

    April 2009 issue (I know, it's still February...):
    summation paragraph:
    "The new '09 Triumph Daytona 675 is a bike that has everything: accessible engine performance with fine reserves of torque and added power, a capable chassis, precise steering, benchmark brakes, a wonderful exhaust note, compliant suspension capable of fine adjustment, and a high degree of comfort by the standards of its category. It may be just the best sportbike of any kind or capacity available from any manufacturer in today's marketplace, certainly for real world use on public roads. It really is that good."


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    Thank You Vets Array jafkaf81's Avatar
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    2008 vs 2009

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    By far the sexiest exhaust note of any 600 class bike.

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    I love this bike, but when I threw a leg over one at Cycle Barn, I noticed it felt about 3" wide. Felt almost toy like. Still a very cool bike.

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