Next-Gen Triumph Street Triple 765 Spied; Daytona 765 Might Be A Reality

  • Apr 5, 2024
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Here is all you need to know about the latest Triumph bike that has been spotted testing in the early stages

Recent spy shots of what appears to be an updated Triumph Street Triple 765 have surfaced online. We also have reason to believe that Triumph Motorcycles might bring back the OG Daytona. Here’s why:

The Triumph Street Triple 765 has been an extremely popular naked bike and received many updates since the first-generation model was launched in 2007. What we see here is a bike in the very initial stages of testing. The fuel tank on the bike is from a 2023 Street Triple, while at the front, the bike is sporting the round headlight from the Triumph Trident 660 as well as wide and raised handlebars with bar-end mirrors.

The most notable change appears to be in the chassis department; we see a reworked twin-spar aluminium frame with an updated subframe section as well. There are fairing mount points on this chassis which is one of the main reasons why we think Triumph could be working on a Daytona 765. With the sleek appearance of the updated subframe, we can expect the next-gen model to get an even sharper and raised tail section. Pillion seat comfort, you ask? Who really cares!

Another important change is the chunky cast-aluminium swingarm compared to the banana-style unit on the current model. This unit on this test bike appears to be taken straight from a Moto2 bike. The bike is riding on a set of 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli Supercorsa rubber, although the rear wheel appears to be a newly designed unit, and the test bike also makes use of a petal disc at the rear. In terms of suspension, the bike appears to be running the same setup as the 2023 Street Triple RS; a fully adjustable, Showa, 41 mm, USD Big Piston Forks (BPF), and a fully adjustable Öhlins STX40 monoshock.

The engine in this test bike is also the one we see in the 2023 Street Triple. The RS variant puts out 130PS at 12,000 rpm and a peak torque of 80Nm at 9,500 rpm. The R variant in comparison delivers 120PS at 11,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 80Nm at 9,500 rpm. If Triumph were to make a supersport with this motor, we can expect to see a healthy increase in the power and torque figures.

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Motorcycle enthusiasts seemed very disappointed when the new Daytona 660 was launched because it is more of a sports tourer compared to the OG track-taming Daytona that we all loved. Considering that we spot fairing mounts on this updated chassis and the test bike is also making use of the headlight from the Trident 660, it is safe to say that Triumph Motorcycles might be working on bringing back the Daytona in a proper sports bike avatar. Currently, it is too early to make any predictions but we expect to see a production version of this motorcycle at the 2026 edition of EICMA, around November.

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