Triumph Daytona 675 with Yoshimura Titanium Slip on
This is my 2007 Daytona 675 with an aftermarket Yoshimura Titanium slip on. Super easy to install and sounds like no other! The Yosh pipe on the triple makes a distinct sound and not like your typical Yoshimura pipe. Has a lot deeper tone. I did have to fabricate a license plate bracket which cost me $6.00 in material and about 2 hours to make. It bolts up to the holes for the passenger pegs.
2010 Triumph Daytona 675 - Arrow Stage 3 Race Exhaust
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Dustin Alan and his Triumph Daytona 675. Sporting the new Arrow Stage 3
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2011 Ducati 1198 SP
2011 Ducati 1198 SP
Arrival of my mate's brand new 2011 Ducati 1198 SP from Access Plus Manila
Bike was shipped by boat from Manila to Zamboanga.
Happiness on 2-wheels, period.
July 23, 2011
Triumph Daytona 675 Leo Vince Exhaust
2008 Jet Black Daytona. Just got it about 2 months ago and couldn't be
happier. My fabricated fender kit isn't done yet that's why there are the
loose wires. Sound quality doesn't compare to the real life sound. Hope to
have a riding video up soon. Let me know what you think!
2013 Triumph Daytona 675 Full Test! - On Two Wheels Episode 33
On this episode of On Two Wheels, Bradley Adams tests the 2013 Triumph
Daytona 675, a bike that has, until now, lived quietly in the shadows of
its up-spec sibling, the Triumph Daytona 675R. A heavily updated
three-cylinder engine, retooled frame and new-technology KYB fork could
change the standard 675's fate for good. But have Triumph engineers gone
the right direction with the standard Daytona 675? And more importantly,
can the new 675 stand strongly beside its high-performing 675R kin? Tune in
to find out.
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Weekend Adventuring with the Triumph Bonneville - /RideApart
What does it take to go on a proper motorcycle adventure? Does "proper"
always mean weeks of preparation, loads of gear, huge budgets, a giant
touring machine and far-away destinations? Determined to prove otherwise,
Jamie Robinson hops on a modern Triumph Bonneville cafe racer with no more
than a Kriega bag, a Butler map and 48 hours to get out of LA and as lost
as possible in the back roads of the Giant Sequoia National Forest. For
more on bikes, visit hellforleathermagazine.com