Disadvantages Too fast for road, committed handling, lots of yellow ones
Triumph Daytona T595 is useless. In the same way an oil painting is useless. I would argue that there is art in both, but I guess that sounds more than a bit pretentious huh? It's art Jim, but not as we know it... By way of an explanation... many motorcycles serve a purpose, whether it's transport, touring holidays, or racing for instance. They are designed with a purpose in mind, and many of their features are adapted to better fit their purpose. The Daytona simply wasn't designed this way. It was designed for no particular purpose at all other than to be itself. It's impractical as transport ...
14 of 14 Ciao users found the following review helpful
Advantages British bike - looks - handling - finish
Disadvantages heavy on wrists - heat of engine - massive rear tyre to replace
Reason for Buying ------------------------- I have always wanted a Triumph ever since they started building them again at Hinkley. Although I was a little young when they first came out and had only just passed my test. Another reason was that old guys used to come up to me when I was parked up and start a conversation along the lines of: "now thats a nice looking bike - the only problem with bikes these days is that they are all Japanese - I used to have a Vincent/BSA/Norton etc when I was a lad . . . . " A Test Ride ---------------- Due to job, time and money I had to get bikes more to do ...