Can you give us a clue of what actually is broken? Plastic fairings can be repaired instead of replaced, if the damage isn't too bad. Some fairing repairs are do-it-yourself, with a kit easily purchased on the internet. Replacement fairings can be insanely expensive, so there's a lot of info out there about repairing them. Google "motorcycle fairing repair" - you'll find kits, how-to instructions and videos, etc.
What else is broken? BikeBandit is one of the biggest internet retailers of motorcycle parts. Internet retailers are generally a bit cheaper than going through a dealer. (By the way, the RVT1000R is also known under the designations RC51 or VTR1000, so you can search for parts under those names.) Hard to figure repairs from a simple stationary tip-over would cost over $2000, unless you went with a dealer doing all the work, using OEM parts and quoting rates straight "by the book".
(This why a lot of us do a lot of work on our bikes ourselves, BTW)
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2009 BMW F650GS (wife's)
2012 Triumph Tiger 800
2018 Yamaha XT250 (wife's)
2013 Kawasaki KLX250S