I'm finally serious about selling my bike after talking about it for a while. It is a 2006 Triumph Daytona 675 bought. I'm the only owner of the bike and I bought it from Howard at Champion Cycle here in Bellingham. The bike has been great for me but I have decided that it is more bike than I need for riding on the street and I haven't had the chance to get it to the track like it deserves. If I wasn't trying to get out of debt I'd keep this bike until I came to my senses and rode it more often. Now to describe the bike: 2006 Daytona 675 Scorched yellow, the fast color Approx. 7850 miles Oil changes at approximately 3000 mile intervals and immediately after the only track weekend I was privileged to get, with Motorex oil and Triumph filter, chain cleaned and oiled every 500 miles Triumph TOR tune Factory accessory taller screen 1050 throttle tube, stock included Passenger seat cover Pazzo shorty levers in gold and black Vortex clip-ons, stock clip-ons included, great condition Spider grips, I still have the stock grips too Triumph swingarm bobbins Pirelli Dragon SuperCorsa II's, track take offs with just a few hundred street miles and one track day Relocated plate and rear signals, looks even better with the passenger pegs removed but they are on right now Tankslappers paint protection The bad is that it was knocked over while parked once :banghead: but I replaced all of the plastics with a matched set off of an almost new bike. The other parts that were bent were replaced. The only telltale now is a very slightly tweaked left rearset that can only be seen if you are looking for it and can't be felt when riding. The positive side of that is that it comes with upper and both side fairings that are lightly rashed and perfect for a track day or some paint work and a custom color. I'm asking $6000. The best way to reach me is by email at email@example.com or on here. If you are interested in it I can drop it off for a buyer's inspection in Bellingham or the Skagit Valley if you arrange it. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for looking.