It was inspired by the no limits race cup for the 765. Small Boy Racing has a similar bike.
I also did not have the money to buy the Moto2 Daytona and then use the limited edition bike on the track is a bit of a risk.
What's amazing is how strong the family resemblance is all the way through the Daytona line, starting in 2006 and then on through the recent 765s. Yours is no different in that way. And that's a good thing. Triumph got the aesthetics right and have been refining and updating, but haven't thrown away a good thing.
The bike goes well on the track. It pulls much stronger out the corners compared to the 675R. I had to dial back the TC setting to 'Track mode' as it was hindering progress. I've yet to experiment 'sans TC'!!
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