SELLER SAYS: 2002 Triumph Daytona 955i Centennial Edition for sale. Aston Martin (British Racing) Green. Collectable Triumph 100-year Centennial Edition with certificate. Single-sided swingarm. Bike is in excellent condtion. Very minor scratches to body work as shown. Never been crashed. Always been garaged under cover and treated with plenty of love. New Bridgestone Battleax BT023 tyres. Rides and runs beautifully. Not happy having to sell but unfortunately a diagnosis of osteoarthritis in my hips means my days of riding sports bikes are shot. My loss, your gain. A well sorted ride and the sound and feel of the triple motor is a joy to experience. Comes with a paddock stand for ease of maintenance. Please feel free to contact me direct if you have any queries. Bike is located in Coffs Harbour for viewing. More pics available on request. Any low ball offers or time-wasters can expect a similar level of respect in reply. Thanks for looking. Contact Pete via email at email@example.com (Coffs Harbour, NSW).
EDITOR TERLICK SAYS: There can’t be anything more British than a British Racing Green Triumph, surely. And when it’s celebrating 100 years of Triumph’s existence, well, heck — it’s nearly enough to bring a tear to the eye of anyone from the old dart. The Daytona was one of modern Triumph’s foundation models and, while very early models had a few niggles, they were well and truly sorted by the time the 21st Century arrived. By 2002, the Daytona was a wonderful piece of kit — perhaps not as razor-sharp on the race track as the open-class sports bikes coming out of Japan, but beautifully made, lovely to look at, plenty fast and — perhaps best of all — boasting a three-piston symphony you won’t hear anywhere else. This bike of Pete’s looks like an excellent, unmolested example that would be a lovely regular ride or a worthy addition to any collection. Learn more here.