With the Triumph 765 LE, anyone thinking of swapping? - MVAgusta.net
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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 07-30-2019, 08:39 PM Thread Starter
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With the Triumph 765 LE, anyone thinking of swapping?

With all the hype and mystery of the Limited Edition 765 Daytona anyone put a deposit down (none available in Europe) and there was something like 45 left in the US this afternoon?

I honestly can say i bought my F3 800 since triumph had not made this bike. I opted to put a deposit down for one once they opened the shop, based on the info that had been out there. Really waiting to see what is released on the 23rd of Aug, when the production model is shown to the public and run on track.
Pending this, i might part ways with my MV...

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post #2 of 31 (permalink) Old 07-31-2019, 01:12 AM
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Yes, I placed my deposit and am on the UK list to receive one. Word from my dealer is that they sold out within 4 hours of dealer 'unofficial' release. I approached my dealer back on Feb 6 after a m/c magazine feature about the bike. Had also visited the factory, but it had been a long road of deflect and deny about this bike.

Word also is that they will be £15,500 (UK) but that is from a 'supposed' reliable source.
https://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocia...m589zrSOLijVSI

I can't offer a comparison with the F3, but as a stand alone bike I think it will be a class finish and 'should' hold a place in motorcycling history.

I look forward to the anticipated March 2020 delivery. Will update this thread with any relevant news.
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Had a 2014 Daytona 675 as these were released during the absolute downtime of the European 600 market and consequently sold as absolute bargains. I remember when the dealer gave me the keys and told me he is so happy to have gotten rid of this machine as the model just does not fit into the Triumph world. But I cannot really say anything bad about the bike.

Given that Triumph will only do this limited production run and judging from the pictures so far, it will likely be the same chassis, but with advanced components. So it should also be a solid bike.

In terms of riding experience I considered my later Yamaha R6 and MV F3 675 to be more exciting than the Daytona. I don't know whether this can be applied 1 to 1 to the 800s as well.

Euro5 will force MV Agusta to move on with their triple and they already confirmed that the 800 will be a future 910 to 930cc. Then my choice would be clear towards MV. But you would maybe have to wait another year.

Or you take the Daytona and come "home" again 2021...
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Not going to happen for me. The F3 will stay in the stable

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Nope, keeping my Dragster RR...
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Probably none left for sale in US by now anyway!!

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Mine arrived at dealer's today. Will probably be ready near end of week.
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Beautiful bike Nigel, congrats!

You should look into stocking a spare set of fairings, being carbon and on a very limited production bike they will become unobtanium in very short time. Not saying you will do anything on purpose to dame these but even a rock at a good flying velocity can cause unrepairable damage to CF. One reason I parted ways with the Bimota SB8R, while it was in great shape, is the abundance of carbon fiber in fairings and the replacements were as rare as henís teeth.
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Very nice Nigel, I can imagine the sleep situation is becoming a problem. I count sleeps and sheeps when a new toy is on the way.....until I pop.
Please review once run in by Sunday lol.
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@nigel You've got an impressive collection. Nice bike. Congratulations
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