Featured In the January 2021 issue of Roadracing World:
The intent of the Triumph Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition is obvious from the moment you walk up to it and sit on it.
“It’s got the carbon-fiber (bodywork), so it looks the part. Hopping on the motorcycle, it’s got the clip-ons angled down steeply. You sit on it, and it has that racing feel to it. It feels like a racebike,” says Racing Editor Chris Ulrich.
Despite the branding, it’s not a Moto2 racebike. It’s a streetbike. But it’s like a streetbike after buying a lot of high-quality racing parts and paying a reputable race shop to install them and tune to suit.
Triumph engineers set out to design a motorcycle that would work as well on the street as it did on the track (and vice versa), with a reliable engine that could be upgraded to be the spec powerplant for Moto2 World Championship racing…
—Quick Look: 2021 Triumph Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition, by Michael Gougis
Middleweight mass, heavyweight torque and competent suspension and brakes make the Triumph Daytona Moto2 765 not only a fun street ride, but a bike that is easy to ride hard on the track, straight off the showroom floor. Take a look at the machine with the engine that powers the Moto2 World Championship – it’s in the latest issue of Roadracing World!
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