Triumph Daytona 675 development started in 2000 following the launch of the four-cylinder TT 600. The TT 600 was Triumph's first modern middleweight sports motorcycle but it struggled to compete with Japanese 600 cc' supersport motorcycles. So Triumph decided to manufacture a bike closer to its traditional values, making the crucial technical decision to adopt a 675ccm three-cylinder power plant, instead of a four-cylinder as in the TT 600.PP Tuning performance parts for Triumph Daytona 675 (2006–2012), rearsets, adjustable brake and clutch levers, clip-on handlebars, protectors etc. are produced from highly resistant materials. This ensures their longevity.