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DAYTONA Moto2™ 765


Triumph Daytona Moto2TM 765 motorcycle (USA Edition) racing around a race track at speed



Incorporating everything that made the Daytona motorcycle so successful, including its precision-perfect chassis and its road and track capability, the new ultimate edition of this iconic bike now also adopts cutting-edge Moto2™ engine updates and adds higher specification equipment to deliver the most dynamic, agile and precise handling Daytona ever.


The result is the closest you can get to a genuine Moto2™ factory ride for the road.




USA Daytona Moto2™ in the race paddock showing off its moto2™ branding & union jack paint scheme


The new Daytona Moto2™ 765 comes with the highest specification ever seen on Triumph’s iconic championship-winning racer, with new top spec Brembo Stylema brakes, the new generation of track-ready Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tires, and race-proven high spec Öhlins front & rear suspension.  And on top of its highest ever specification and enhanced engine capacity, it’s now even lighter than the previous generation Daytona, for greater agility and feel.

USA Daytona Moto2™ 765 piggyback Ohlins rear suspension


The Daytona Moto2™ 765 shares the same precision-perfect chassis as the celebrated Daytona R, and it’s a championship-winning setup which formed the basis for Triumph’s recent Moto2™ development program, and Peter Hickman’s incredible 2019 Isle of Man TT Supersport Race 2 win.  Designed for top quality road and track capability, with track-ready suspension, and a new higher specification brake and tires setup, this is the most dynamic, agile and precise handling Daytona ever produced.

USA Daytona Moto2™ 765 TFT instrument


The most ride-enhancing technology ever seen on a Daytona includes new full-color TFT instruments with an official co-branded Moto2™ startup screen, five riding modes (including ‘Track’) and Triumph’s Shift-Assist quickshifter for up and down gear changes without having to engage the clutch, ride-by-wire for the first time on a Daytona, ABS, and switchable traction control.

Buddy Elmore racing around the Daytona circuit


Buddy Elmore lined up his 500cc Triumph motorbike in 46th position for the 1966 Daytona 200 and then, in one of the greatest racing performances ever seen, overtook the entire field to win the race.  Ever since, the Daytona name is synonymous with Triumph’s most successful name in racing.