In Motorcycle terms a Fairing is a piece of bodywork fitted to the front of the bike to help protect the rider from windblast and inclement weather.
Usually made from a moulded plastic, and often Fibreglass or similar composites, many new bikes come with the already fitted, although many naked bikes can have them fitted afterwards.
May contain a windscreen, headlamp, mirrors and indicators, or any combination thereof.
Can be split into three identifiable styles,
headlamp/Bikini: Small, surrounding only headlamp, usually turns With the handlebars.
Half Fairing: Larger,offering more pretection. Usually attached to the frame, with the forks turning thru them.
Full Fairing: Faring offering most protection. Extends down below and behind the engine from a windscreen, provinding protection from the wind to the legs as well as the upper body.