Britain-based Spirit Motorcycles has introduced two new models called the GP-Sport and GP-Street. Both the machines are powered by 750cc triples with a GP-inspired fully-adjustable chassis, the first of it's kind from a British company.
The manufacturer didn't reveal much about these two models except they have carbon-fibre bodywork and some state of the art electronics. The models seem to be mouth-wateringly gorgeous.
The company official said, "These exciting new road & track bikes feature a first from a British manufacturer - a Grand Prix-inspired fully adjustable chassis, from headstock to swingarm.
"Coupled to a tuned 750cc 3-cylinder engine, lightweight carbon fibre monocoque bodywork, top quality equipment & running gear and cutting edge, F1-style electronics, these bikes will redefine the phrase British Performance Motorcycle."
The engine is a 749 cc three-cylinder in-line which produces 180bhp of power and the dry weight is 14kg. The models will also sport carbon-fibre wheels.
The GP-Sport R version has brazed Chromoly steel chassis with aluminium inserts and a fully adjustable headstock. Up at the front, the model will sport K-Tech KTR forks and a K-Tech DDS four-way adjustable suspension at the rear.
The exquisite GP-Sport R model is the outcome of a collaboration between Spirit of the Seventies and Tony Scott of T3 Racing. According to them, this particular model is described as an uncompromised GP motorcycle for the road. Sadly, only 50 of them will be made.