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2007-02-22 2004 Triumph Daytona 600 Motorcycles View Listings

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I bought this bike with the intention of buying a 900 only becouse of my height and weight. I rode the TT, the model before the Daytona and loved it. Once I sat on the 600, I fell in love. Everywhere I go it gets more attention than my friend's 1000 and 600 rr Hondas. They hate it. This is a bike I'll never get rid of. Especially coming off a Honda, I've never felt so comfortable on a bike with out it being a cruiser. On to the Speedmaster. I need two bikes in the garage. lol ..
- nelt78, clifton , New Jersey

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2006-06-08 2004 Triumph Daytona 600 Motorcycles View Listings

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Let me just say this is the most awesome looking bike I've seen in a while. The bike just has this clean look to it and I get great comments all the time. For a big guy like me it is very comfortable. It is one of the main reasons I bought it. For me it has plenty of power, especially when it hits the horseband, WOW!! For anyone who is curious about this bike I say just ride it and you'll see. You won't be dissapointed. Good job Triumph.
- Boomer, Fresno, California

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2005-08-06 2004 Triumph Daytona 600 Motorcycles View Listings

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This is my first bike, though I've grown up riding dirbikes and motorcycles, I'd never owned a sportbike. I had ridden my buddy's GSX R6 and his dad's 600 Katana, but they don't even compare to this bike. The throttle response is instantaneous, though a bit twitchy in the low rpm range. The powerband kicks in just after 6000 rpm, and man let me tell you, you had better hold on tight because you're going to hit incredibly illegal speeds in no time. The chasis is superb and gives the bike excellent flickability in the twisties. The ergonomics could be a bit more comfortable, though I suspect that someone taller than I, would have no problems. The bike comes with a bulky, somewhat ugly stock pipe, that gives the bike a deep, yet restrained tone. I upgraded to a Leovince SBK Brushed Aluminum Racing Pipe, which not only upgraded the looks and added a her HP, it sounds incredible! This is the pipe for this bike! This bike's looks will get you more stares from people than any of the Japanese bikes. A guy at the local bike shop with an '05 Ninja 636 said it was the best looking bike out right now when he saw me ride up on this thing. If you want a high-performing, unique-looking bike, then this is the one for you! I love this bike and am thoroughly satisfied with my purchase.
- Dustin Nunn, Lucas, Ohio

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2005-06-09 2004 Triumph Daytona 600 Motorcycles View Listings

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I love my Daytona 600. I got a killer deal on the demo model off the dealership floor. It is really easy to ride for a beginner, but also has all the features to keep any experienced rider excited. I have friends that ride Yamaha r-6's, and they love riding my bike!!!
- Ron, Salt Lake City, Utah

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2005-05-06 2004 Triumph Daytona 600 Motorcycles View Listings

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Triumph daytona 600 is my first bike but not the first time I've ridden. This bike compared to the other 600's I've ridden dosn't compare to them. The bike has more than enough power and I personally think it rides like a 750, not to say it does keep up with them. And now that I add a Jardine exhaust I can't keep the front tire down in first gear. But the bike is by far the most comfortable, power, and better turning then any other 600 I have ever ridden
- rider, lemoore, California

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2005-02-14 2004 Triumph Daytona 600 Motorcycles View Listings

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The Daytona is my first street bike. I have ridden dirt bikes for years. I was reluctant when I first climbed aboard. All I can say is "WOW"!!! This machine has plenty of power, braking is exceptional, and handling is first rate. The more I ride, the more at ease I am on this bike. Props to Triumph!!!
- Joe, Syracuse, New York

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2004-10-21 2004 Triumph Daytona 600 Motorcycles View Listings

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After 4500 miles in about three months, I've come to the conclusion that Triumph's Daytona 600 might just be the best bike in its class for real roads. It has superb suspension with a broad and meaningful range of adjustment. The ergonomics, while sporting, are reasonably comfortable for a six-footer, the only front-line 600 other than the Suzuki that can make that claim. The seat is good for a tankful (c. 175mi. at freeway cruising speed), and the wind protection is decent. The handling is superlative, especially with the suspension adjusted for my non-inconsiderable weight. With the clickers all around set to approximately a quarter of their range down from max, the bike is well controlled when riding hard but remains reasonably compliant over rough patches. The steering is quick but neutral, and the bike has that hard-to-pin-down sense of intuitiveness that boosts rider confidence. Whatever engine performance deficits it may suffer in comparison to the other four-cylinder bikes in its class are largely only noticible on the track and in the hands of an accomplished rider. With the latest injection map, it pulls well from the midrange and certianly seems fast enough for me, a rider previously used to liter-class twin sportbikes. More frantic than those twins, of course, but that just goes with 600 supersport territory. No problems whatsoever, so far, and the bike seems well put-together. All-in-all, I'm very happy with my Daytona.
- David Anderson, Rogue River, Oregon

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