Do you fancy customising your Triumph Trident with a cool new fairing? Arton Works has come up with a couple of options.

The latest incarnation of Triumph’s Trident has been received very well since its release last year. We loved it when we first rode it, and we aren’t alone – the ‘entry level’ roadster from the British factory is selling in good numbers. That means there’s more and more parts and accessories starting to become available, for people who want to change things up and create something a bit unique.


Inspired by the iconic ‘Slippery Sam’ Triumph Trident production racer from the ‘70s, Italian parts specialist and designer Arton Works has created a couple of bodywork kits for the newest Trident.

There’s two fairing kits available; a simpler ‘S’ and a slightly more elaborate ‘R’. They’re both made of carbon (and are available in a range of different colour schemes) – but the good news is that they are ‘plug and play’, so there’s no need to make any changes to your bike to fit them.


Getting into specifics, the ‘S’ version features a half-fairing and some lower handlebars – while the ‘R’ gets the same half-fairing, some side panels and a seat cover.

At this stage there’s been no official confirmation of prices – but if you’re after more information about the two kits from Arton Works, click HERE.

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