I like it as I like all things different. As supermotard is gaining "cool factor" lately...we are seeing more bikes with their rear section chopped off (Confederate Co. Style). BMW has already jumped on this look with their prototype "Low-Rider". Solo seats (not just a "cowl cover") are making a small comeback. Probably wont be long before we see an actually Street Triple with that done. I like both the "cowl" look AND the chopped look (it's sort of like a love child of a sport bike and "Bobber"). I will note, however...that "bobbing" a modern bike is illegal for street use in many locales (which require that the rear tire not extend past the rear most section of the bike body...thus the ugly plate bracket the Street has).
Actually the image is a bad chop of the KTM 990 Super Duke nothing like a Buell. Although a supermoto Triumph would be cool this design is not what would make me jump because it has not advantages over the current Street.
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