The Daytona is Back

Though at only 660cc. The first Triumph launch of 2024 is the revival of their most successful sports name, the Daytona 660 takes its styling cues from the 675 models of the past looking like it could compete in BSB or WSB. Aimed at the younger sports bike market, this will also appeal to the older sports bike riders.

Taking the same engine as the Trident 660 and Tiger Sport 660, the compression has been increased and now delivers 96 bhp at 10,250 rpm, though it's only 5kg lighter than the Tiger Sport 660 and actually 12kg heavier than the Trident 660. There have been a few other tweaks, not least a smaller rear brake, but the big piston forks should provide better handling.

For £8595 it represents a lot of bike for not that much money.