Spirit G-Sport and G-Street – At the Bike Shed in London, Spirit Motorcycles debut in MotoGP. Obviously not on track. The English brand presents its new sportbikes. The Spirit GP-Sport and the Spirit GP-Street.
The two Superbikes fill in the gap between road and track
So, the two new Spirit GP-Sport & GP-Street Bridge fill the gap between the features of the real world of motorcycle production on a large-scale and the performance of real motorcycle racing. So, each bike will be tailored and will have available the vast experience of British brand’s engineers to create winning race bikes.
Spirit G-Sport and G-Street: 749cc Engine in-line triple
Two new sportbikes debut in England. The new Spirit GP-Sport & GP-Street. Both models have a three-cylinder 749cc engine with a fully adjustable frame and inspiration. So, both bikes are the first sportbikes created by the British brand. We still don’t know much about bikes, but carbon fiber made the monocoque body and even there are plenty of intelligent electronics in F1 style. These two new bikes from road and track racing will redefine the English phrase “Motorcycle Performance.”
There are four versions. The Spirit GP-Sport and GP-Street and higher spec GP-Sport R and GP-Street R, featuring a ‘tuned and blueprinted’ 749cc in-line triple. The GP-Sport R has a brazed chrome-moly steel with aluminium inserts and a fully adjustable headstock. The engine is a three-in-line 749cc, tuned and blueprinted. The suspension is provided by K-Tech fork KTR and a K-Tech four-way adjustable shock DDS.
Weight: the X-Factor
The weight saving is an x factor. The Spirit GP-Sport and the GP-Street weigh only 140 kg (without fuel). You can customize both motorcycles, as mentioned above. The Spirit Motorcycles offer custom paint and carbon wheels, among other options. The two bikes also feature selectable driving modes for road and track.
The bikes are a collaboration between custom builders Spirit of the Seventies and Tony Scott of tuning firm T3 Racing. The English brand will create only 50 models with an exclusive price. Finally, the GP-Sport and GP-Street will start from £44,999, the GP-Sport R £64,999 and the GP-Street R £69,999.