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Revolutionizing the Ride: Sneak Peek into the 2024 Triumph Daytona 660


Hey fellow riders and tech enthusiasts! Get ready to buckle up your helmets because Triumph has just dropped a bombshell announcement, shaking up the motorcycle scene.

The all-new 2024 Triumph Daytona 660 is gearing up to make its grand entrance on January 9, 2024, and the excitement is through the roof!

Triumph, notorious for keeping us on the edge of our seats, teased us with only cryptic messages like “the rules are about to change” and “all-new motorcycle.”

The only clues we have are a handful of tantalizing images, revealing a fully faired beauty. Speculations are running wild, but one thing is for sure – it’s bound to be a game-changer.

Now, let’s talk lineage. Remember the Trident 600 and the adventurous Tiger Sport 660? Well, say hello to the potential newest member of the family – the Daytona 660. A nod to the iconic Daytona name from Triumph’s history, this model promises a thrilling ride with a modern twist.

Despite its sporty moniker, whispers in the wind suggest that the Daytona 660 might lean a bit more towards the touring side. Picture this – a ride that marries the adrenaline of sporty escapades with a hint of comfort in the riding position. It’s like getting the best of both worlds.

triumph daytona 660 teaser

Under the hood, or should I say, beneath the sleek fairings, lies the same 3-cylinder engine that powers the Trident 660 and Tiger Sport 660, cranking out a formidable 81 horsepower. The burning question remains: Will Triumph turn up the dial on the Daytona 660, pushing the boundaries of power and performance? Only time will unveil this mystery.

As for the wallet warriors among us, the price tag is still shrouded in secrecy. But hey, good things come to those who wait, right? Anticipate a slight uptick from the Tiger Sport 660, and you’ll probably be in the ballpark.

The bottom line? January 9th is the date circled on every rider’s calendar. Triumph has us hooked, line and sinker, and we can’t wait to unveil all the juicy details of the 2024 Daytona 660.

photos: Triumph


Marcelo Souza

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