The variety of engine displacements in the Middleweight category shows that rules were meant to be broken, while three all-new models prove competition is stiff. Making it all the more impressive then that the Ten Best trophy will be moving from Iwata to Hinkley. Triumph returns to what it knows best with this 675cc Triple, giving street riders what they really want–usable real-world power. Handling was never a Daytona deficiency, but the 675's chassis with top-of-the-line brakes and suspension takes it to a new level and completes the package. The Daytona 675 is a truly versatile bike equally potent on the road or track. Add in its pretty face and what's not to like? Welcome to the Bigs, Triumph.