I think this is a true case of idle people who don't know what to entertain themselves, because caining a naked motorcycle sounds like an unnecessary turn of the screw to me. Or maybe this Triumph Speed Triple 1050 fairing is it an experiment with a view to the near future at the Hinckley factory? Let us remember that motorcycles throughout their history have gone through covers in which every last screw was faired and in stages in which practically nothing was covered. Just remember the Honda CB 750 from the early seventies or the first models of the Honda CBR 600. Although right now you can choose from a lot of styles the one that is closest to you.
Returning our eyes to the motorcycle in question, it turns out that what we see is a Triumph Daytona 675 fairing cleverly coupled to a Triumph Speed Triple. In addition, the set has been seasoned with a Wilbers fork and shock from the same provenance, plus a few pieces from the Rizoma catalog. It is curious that this week, that MCN presents the first photos of the Triumph Tiger Sport 1050 we see on the other hand photos of a Superbike with the same base of the British three-cylinder. Coincidence? At this point in the course it gives me that coincidences in the world of motorcycles do not exist. That is why it makes me think that someone is constantly polling us to try to know our tastes and anticipate the nearest future.
The best thing is that this kit seems to have been in the market for a while and you can get it for the modest price of 20,000 euros. They also sell it to you with the last ITV (in Germany).