Triumph Daytona 675 Custom by FCR [Photo Gallery]
While the Daytona 675 is anything but a dull bike, the Frenchmen from Atelier FCR decided it was high time to show who's who. The bike got a full repaint in their workshop and now it proudly displays its new black livery.
Since racing bikes and carbon parts always go hand in hand, FCR built carbon protectors for the frame and swingarm, adding instant style for this already slender ride. Since the Akrapovic underseat exhaust already came with a carbon tip, matching protectors have been added for extra heat shielding and solid racing looks.
The license plate holder was also made in-house by FCR and it replicates the sleek lines of the Lightech levers and rearsets. The fuel tank cap comes from Lightech as well, and it boasts a very aggressive trim.
The bubble comes from Zero Gravity, while Bazzaz Performance sourced the shifter and engine cases. With higher-performance BMC filters helping the bike breathe easier and a sweet array of custom decals on the fairing, FCR's interpretation of the Triumph Daytona 675 is far more aggressive than we thought possible.
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