Two-time NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle Champion Bob Carpenter is now selling his 240 rwhp Triumph Rocket III performance package. The Carpenter Racing engine kit boosts the stock 2300cc Triumph Rocket III Roadster from 146bhp to 240-plus rwhp and is fully streetable for daily commuting. It’s available now on new 2013 Triumph Rocket III motorcycles. This […]
2015 Triumph Daytona 250 Spied
Spy photographers have captured images of Triumph‘s upcoming 250cc sportbike. The new sportbike (we’re calling it the Daytona 250 until Triumph tells us otherwise) is one of two new 250cc single-cylinder models Triumph is designed primarily for India, where Triumph officially started operations this week. There is a very good chance however the Daytona 250 and its naked roadster sibling will be exported to other markets including here in the U.S.
Published by Germany’s MotorradOnline, the photos show a couple of prototypes of the new 250 following a white and blue 2014 Daytona 675. Seeing the two motorcycles side-by-side, we can really the similarities in the fairing design.
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The smaller wheels, single brake disc, right-side-up fork and swingarm design however clearly differentiate the 250 from the D675.
We were hoping Triumph would reveal the new 250s at he 2013 EICMA show but the British manufacturer revealed just a sketch of the faired model. We’ll likely have to wait for next fall’s big motorcycle shows for Triumph to reveal its 250 models for the 2015 model year.