The Daytona 675R is the least expensive, least powerful, and least sophisticated motorcycle here, equipped just with ABS. "No ride modes, no TC, no B.S.," Cook says. Realistically, the Triumph doesn't need anything more. Throttle response is so seamless, power delivery is so smooth, and the rear wheel is so well controlled that even when it did spin up it was easy to reign in manually. Switchable Nissin ABS offers three settings—off, on, and Circuit, the latter deactivating the rear ABS to allow drifting and lifting and also backing off the activation threshold for the front wheel. The default setting is too bossy for the racetrack, but the Circuit setting could only be detected during the hardest stops at the bottom of Chuckwalla's only downhill braking zone, announcing itself with just the gentlest pulsing at the lever.