Pick of the ads: Triumph Daytona 600

Every week we pick our way through the thousands of ads on Bennetts Free Classifieds to bring you the best bikes for sale. This week we’ve found a nice-looking Triumph Daytona 600.

Triumph's Daytona 600 makes a brilliant first sports bikeWE SAY:

Looking for a reasonably priced first time sports bike? Then this Triumph Daytona 600 could be the bike. Compared to new stuff it hasn’t quite got the same top-end rush and power but this is a seriously quick bike and will show 160mph on a good day. They’re reasonably comfortable (for a 600cc supersports bike) and at this age any initial problems with fuelling that some early bikes suffered will be sorted. They handle well and if this bike is as genuine as it sounds from the ad, then it’s a good value sports bike that will cope with anything you throw at it.

THE AD SAYS:

Triumph Daytona 600, £2699, 2003 (03-reg), 599cc, 12,331 miles, Yellow
This bike is an ideal start into the sports bike market, in exceptional condition with an extensive history file, all MOT's back to the first one, finance available, this bike is too good to miss. Call Pidcocks Triumph on 0115-9462220.

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