Triumph Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition is confirmed for 2020.
The engine is based on the Street Triple RS’s but upgraded for more power.
Triumph will only produce a very limited number.
At last! The new Triumph Daytona 765 is confirmed! Capitalizing on their role as sole engine supplier in Moto2, Triumph will build the Triumph Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition for 2020.
According to MCN.com, the bike will be available for Asia, Europe, the US and Canada. However, there are two versions: One for Asia and Europe, and another for the US and Canada. Triumph stated that there will be only 765 units available for each market.
The production number of each bike will be laser etched on the top triple clamp.
The engine Triumph supplies to Moto2 teams began life as the same powerplant in the Street Triple RS (765). The stock engine produces 121 hp, but it’s bumped up to more than 138 hp with just a small number of upgrades for Moto2. This street version, on the other hand, should be good for 130 to 135 hp.
Other Moto2-inspired goodies include the titanium Arrow exhaust which looks exactly like that used in the series; new TFT screen with Moto2 welcome message; five ride modes including track mode; and quickshifter.
The Triumph Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition will be officially unveiled at the British MotoGP round at Silverstone on 23rdAugust.