Triumph brings back to life a name full of successes, that of the Trident, our atelier echoes it, paying homage to the glorious Slippery Sam with the only name that we feel to approach next to that of the famous trident, we present the Neptune project. 


Neptune S

A sharp middle fairing with strong reminders of the past, engineered and designed to be installed without having to cut or irreversibly modify your bike. Together with the fairing will be flanked by a kit of handlebars.

Neptune R

It’s the stage 2 of our kit, it is applied over the half fairing of the S version, giving you the possibility to have 3 bikes in 1. (Standard / Half fairing / Full fairing). The kit will also include a seat cover in real racer style.

The designer

Davide Colombi
Teacher of Motorcycle Design at ISSAM Design Institute and, at the same time, Automotive Designer at HIGH TECH ASSOCIATED where he works on car setup at Ferrari SpA.



You thought we had nothing else to tell you? Here is the first race livery, a tribute to the famous Slippery Sam, in the next days we will show you another one, so come back to visit us.


The famous designer Nuno Henriques, better known on Instagram as @hellocousteau use the white fairings of the neptune as a canvas and revisits them graphically to bring you his vision of motorcycle art. What do you think? Let us know in the poll below the photos.

Qual è la tua colorazione preferita? / What is your favorite color?
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It’s been a little over a month since we showed you a preview of our Project Neptune and your enthusiasm has been heartwarming. We thought and hoped you would like it but your compliments have pushed us further. We have received messages from all over the world, many of whom have asked to order it. We feel in a circuit, in the starting grid, the lights go out. 5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1, let’s go!



Just arrived at the Triumph of Rome we immediately went to see how to develop the project and the challenges we would face. We had a steep climb ahead of us but the desire to start is great. We can’t let you down.

It’s been a little over a month since its arrival in dealerships and thanks to the partnership with TRIUMPH ROMA GRA we are already ready to perform the 3D scan of the Trident. As always, we have relied on true leaders in the industry to ensure that all measurements are perfect. Our whole team can’t wait to start modeling the lines of the new Neptune.


MARCH 2021


APRIL 2021

Here are the very first surfaces placed on the bikes, the work is still very long but it’s going well, the fairing seems to be born to be installed on this bike. The beginning is amazing.

You know its side view by now by heart, it’s time to add more details. The front view reveals that the headlight we will use will be the same as the original bike, around it will be a surface that recalls the same design of the tank. No detail will be forgotten.

MAY 2021


JUNE 2021


Another step forward. In June we also start modelling the second fairing and we start to get down to the details of the windshield. We are trying to stay as faithful as possible to the design and the hard work seems to be rewarding. In the coming months there will be many challenges, we will have to find mounting points for the fairings and we will have to relocate the dashboard efficiently, not forgetting of course the top yoke and handlebars.
The list is really long, but we are looking forward to it.

Last update before the summer break. This month, in addition to the windshield and a first improvement of the surfaces, we started to design all the part of relocation elements and brackets that will be used to connect the new fairings to the frame of the motorcycle. Not a simple job considering that the Trident was not designed to have a fairing.

JULY 2021




It’s time for us to recharge our batteries. We will be closed from 7 to 23 August. Many news are coming (not only for Trident) and as always we will tell you month by month. Happy vacations to everyone.

Great day on the ISAM circuit to test new parts for Triumph Trident. Some of these parts were visible as the new race headlight cover, others were instead “invisible” and we needed to verify some components to fix the fairings of the Neptune project. The headlight cover will soon be available for purchase. A big thank you to Francesco Nicoletti, Roberto Curzi and Gabriele Curzi of Triumph ROMA GRA for the great support and professionalism.




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