Bike of the day: Martin Jessopp’s Triumph Daytona 675R Race

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Bike of the day: Martin Jessopp’s Triumph Daytona 675R Race

TODAY’S bike of the day is none other than Martin Jessopp's North West 200 race winning Triumph Daytona 675R.

Yep, that’s right. You can now get your hands on a piece of road racing history, and a beautifully spec’d one at that.

There’s only one catch. At £19,995, its not cheap. In fact, it’s almost double the price of a stock Daytona 675R (before Triumph discontinued the model)…

How it’s described:

Martin Jessopp's race winning (North West 200)Triumph Daytona 675R. Only 535 miles.


  • Triumph race kit loom and ECU.
  • Power Comander
  • Bora Radiator and Oil Cooler
  • Hel Performance brake and oil lines.
  • Trans Logic quick shifter.
  • Renthal Clipons & Rental Grips.
  • Quick action throttle.
  • Brembo race discs.
  • SBS brake pads.
  • R and G crash protectors.
  • Promach Rear Sets.
  • Full titanium Akrapovic exhaust system.
  • New Pirelli SCL Supercorsa tyres.
  • JT tuned race engine 135bhp.
  • Ktec rear shock.
  • Ktec front fork internals.
  • Ktec steering damper.
  • JT front and rear sprockets DID race chain.
  • Titanium bolts.
  • Race paddock stand.
  • CRC race body work.
  • Factory top fairing bracket.
  • Factory ram air scoop.
  • MWR air filter.
  • Lightechfuel tank cap.
  • Race support levers.
  • Brembo span adjusters.
  • HRC overflow bottles.
  • Carbo fibre shark fin.

What we think:

‘This is a deliciously kitted out bike, with everything you need to make your mark on track. With a price tag of almost £20,000, it’s arguably at the expensive end of the track bike spectrum, but if you have the money then it’s a great investment. Or, if you’re looking for a ready-made race bike then here’s your chance.

‘If you were to buy the bike and kit it out yourself, you’ll end up spending a lot more!

‘While it’s only covered 535 miles, you don’t need to worry about it having been run in – Jessop’s NW200 race win is testament to that!’

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