Triumph Expands its Racing Partners Purchase Program To Include 2016 Daytona 675R

ATLANTA, GA – July 28, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –  Triumph Motorcycles America is expanding the Racing Partners Purchase Program to now include model year 2016 Daytona 675Rs, now available for purchase at a reduced price for participation in any national amateur or professionally sanctioned race series.

160728 Triumph Daytona 675R

The Triumph Daytona 675R, with its powerful triple motor, is the ultimate showroom to track motorcycle. The Öhlins TTX rear suspension and NIX30 fork cartridges, paired with Brembo Monobloc calipers and a Triumph quick-shifter standard, create a bike that’s ready to take on the fiercest competition on the track with minimal changes needed.

The expanded Racing Partners Purchase Program will now offer model year 2016 Daytona 675Rs for $10,750. With the purchase of a motorcycle through this program, Triumph parts will be offered at special pricing of 50% off retail.

Triumph’s Performance Bonus Fund will still be available to the top performing Triumph riders. Racers accepted into the Triumph Racing Partners Purchase Program and competing in MotoAmerica or any Amateur National Series will be eligible to receive the following contingency bonus:

MotoAmerica Amateur National Series
1st $10,000 1st $125
2nd $3,000 2nd $75
3rd $1,500 3rd $50
Pole Position $1,000
Race Start $400

With the purchase of a Triumph Daytona 675R through this program, competitors will also be eligible to ‘Race for Free’. Racers competing in any Amateur National Road Racing series will receive reimbursement of their race entries during the 2016 season.

As a stipulation of the expanded program, a purchase of a Triumph Daytona 675R will be required for acceptance. To be considered, please send a racing resume to The application period for this program will end September 30, 2016.

About Triumph

Triumph Motorcycles is the British premium, lifestyle motorcycle brand, which produces a wide range of distinctive, cool, and authentic Modern Classic, Adventure, Sport, Cruiser and Touring motorcycles. Also the oldest continually produced motorcycle brand, the first Triumph was manufactured in 1902. The company’s global headquarters are located in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England, solely owned by Bloor Holdings Ltd. Triumph Motorcycles America Ltd., its North American subsidiary, is based in Atlanta, Ga., and is home to the motorcycle industry’s first 24/7 Customer Support team. To see the full range of Triumph motorcycles, visit


Source: Triumph Motorcycles America