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2011 Triumph Daytona 675R Supersport Shootout Photo Gallery

Does the 2011 Triumph Daytona 675R make for an optimal street mount compared to its Supersport rivals? Find out in our 2011 Supersport Street Shootout.

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The Triumph Daytona 675R astounded us with its versatile performance on the street.
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2011 Triumph Daytona 675R Dyno Chart
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2011 Supersport Shootout Horsepower
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2011 Supersport Shootout Torque
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Next to the Ducati the Triumph Daytona 675R is the slimmest motorcycle in this test due to its unique traverse-mounted three-cylinder configuration.
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The Ohlins suspension components delivered a sporty ride without being overly harsh or uncomfortable.
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The highlight of the Triumph Daytona 675R is its charismatic triple-cylinder engine.
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Like the Ducati the Triumph has a more stretched out riding position that will favor tall riders.
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The Triumph rolls on Pirelli’s awesome Diablo Supercorsa SP street tires.
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The Triumph serves up a high-level of agility and is also very stable motorcycle at all speeds.
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The Triumph Daytona 675R doesn’t have a slipper clutch but you’d be hard pressed to notice most of the time.
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Tall riders preferred the riding position of the Triumph.
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A electronic quick-shifter is standard equipment for ’11 and reduces the time it takes to upshift which equates to faster acceleration.
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The Brembo braking components deliver strong and consistent stopping performance.
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Triumph offers riders something different with its Daytona 675R.