Bennetts Free Classifieds - Friday Favourite!

By Marc Potter
marcpotter Tested every new bike since 1994, loves anything on two wheels, Bike Social boss, Potski to his mates. Recently discovered elbow-down riding - likely to end in tears.

This Triumph Daytona 675 is for sale with Bennetts Classifieds
Triumph is launching a new Daytona 675 and 675R at the Motorcycle Live show in Birmingham tomorrow, so we thought we’d celebrate the current model, which can now be picked up for less than £5000.

The Daytona 675 is one of the best-value sports bike you can get, it has won countless awards and as a riding experience the Triumph is hard to beat, especially when you get that high-revving triple motor spinning.

We’re sure the new one will be fantastic, but that shouldn’t stop you looking at the current model. There are tons around and unlike some of the Japanese supersports bikes, as a general rule they tend to be looked after slightly better. Maybe Triumph’s attract a more sensible audience, but to ride, the Daytona 675 is anything but sensible!

This prime example on Bennetts Classifieds is a 2006 bike in red with just 6225 miles from renowned bike dealer Pidcocks.

The ad on Bennetts Classifieds reads:

2006 (06 reg), 675cc, 6225 miles, Red.
Great condition, Totally standard, fitted with datatool alarm, full service history, just had a service, call sales for more information, great finance rates available. Pidcocks of Nottingham


Check it out and many more Triumph’s at the Bennetts Classifieds site. Plus, advertise your bike for sale and it's completely free with Bennetts. Just click here!

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