The proposed road bikes
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