Triumph Daytona 600 TT Tribute 2004
Triumph’s commitment to producing a fully focused sports machine for the real world paid off at the 2003 Isle of Man TT. The famous 37.73-mile circuit not only provides the backdrop for the greatest road motorcycle race in the world but remains to this day the ultimate test of a motorcycle’s power, handling and reliability – not to mention rider skill. The 2003 Junior TT (for Supersport 600 specification bikes) was won by Kiwi Bruce Anstey on the Triumph factory-backed ValMoto Daytona 600. He was a massive – by Junior TT standards, where differences are usually measured in fractions – 10.96s ahead of his nearest rival at the chequered flag and also won the race in record time, completing four laps in 1 hour, 15 minutes and 13.98 seconds. Bruce’s Triumph team-mates, Jim Moodie and John McGuinness, finished 9th and 10th respectively meaning that Triumph also won the coveted Junior TT Team Award. This historic victory came 28 years after a Triumph motorcycle last took a win at the TT. It not only proves the Daytona 600’s overall performance but also proved that Triumph could cut it against the best the Japanese manufacturers had to offer!
This Gorgeous example you see here has a low milage of just 10,800 miles on the clock, fitted with the Triumph race can and original TT winning VM Tribute livery you won’t find a cleaner one! She has been prepared for her new owner sporting two good tyres, a service and a 12 Month MOT.
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