NOTE: If you're used to the term "supersport," I'm going to somewhat alternate between "middleweight" and "supersport."
The first thing I like about this motorcycle is the edgy kind of headlights. The headlights look like a ferocious dinosaur ready to sink its teeth into any unsuspecting prey. Between the headlights is this triangular scoop that looks as fierce as the headlights. It is a middleweight bike, but it's a middleweight bike that looks like it's ready to eat superbikes alive. It's a fiercely-designed motorcycle with plenty of sharp edges and big vents. It's civilized with a lovely pair of side view mirrors and a very aerodynamic windshield. The side profile of this motorcycle is something special. The bike looks like it's running in top gear at full speed from the sides. A big muffler at the rear is met with a crystalized taillight cluster just above it.
At least from a style perspective, the Triumph Daytona 675 is a fierce-looking motorcycle. It has a beautiful engine roar to it and is a plenty capable sportbike. This is quite the middleweight motorcycle if unimpressed by Japanese and other European middleweight offerings. It is a lovely machine as a whole.
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