The pro­posed road bikes

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Spirit GP Sport

The race replica is avail­able in two lev­els of trim: stan­dard and R. Both will use a 749cc Tri­umph-based mo­tor, K-tech sus­pen­sion and car­bon body­work. The 160bhp base model will use forged Dy­mags, a mod­i­fied Day­tona swingarm and more ba­sic elec­tron­ics. The 180bhp R model has car­bon Dy­mags and cut­ting-edge elec­tron­ics and will weigh 140kg.

Spirit GP Street

Uses the same run­ning gear as above, but with a nose fair­ing and high bars and same dif­fer­ence be­tween stock and R bikes. Power is the same too, so that’s a claimed 160bhp for the stan­dard bike and 180bhp for the R. The heav­i­est is claimed to be 145kg, mean­ing pos­si­bly the best power-to-weight of any naked.

Lon­don launch for a brand aim­ing to show­case Bri­tain

It’s £45k for the stock model, ris­ing to £69k for the R model

The £45k GP Street could be the world’s lairi­est naked

Chro-moly frame is braised which helps in­crease the level of flex

Elec­tron­ics and per­for­mance can be mon­i­tored and tweaked re­motely

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