Turn your Triumph Trident 660 into a faired café racer

Italian firm Arton Works have announced two café racer fairing kits for the Triumph Trident 660


FOR pretty much the entire 21st century, bikers the world over have been pleading with Triumph to give the people what they want and stick a fairing on one of its naked roadsters. The Speed Triple, Street Triple, and even now the Trident 660, would all, in many people’s eyes, make fantastic bloody sports bikes!

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With Triumph sticking to its guns and seemingly not bowing to public pressure, it’s really no surprise that companies like Arton Works are taking matters into their own hands. In the Italian firm’s crosshairs for its latest product is the new Trident 660, which is to be given two fairing kits.

The two kits are called the Neptune S and Neptune R, both of which are said to be plug-and-play installations, with no need to cut or modify the bike when fitting them.  

The first kit is called Neptune S, and it’s a slim fairing that hugs the 660cc inline triple of the Trident, leaving much of the engine visible. The second kit is called Neptune R and can be installed over the S kit. It’s a more modern-looking fairing, with larger side flanks that give a more aerodynamic stance. The kits also give the customer the possibility to have three bikes in one – standard now fairing, half faired, or fully fairing.

Both kits will be made of carbon fibre in 2 colours: black and white, both also available with iconic liveries. To complete the kit, clip-on handlebars and a saddle cover are included, completing the bike’s sporty look.

The products aren’t ready to go yet, as soon as the bikes are in dealers Arton will be buying an example to begin testing. Once that’s completed, Arton will then work out the cost of the kits.

For more information, head to: artonworks.com