Being a 2014 and not a particularly old model I could see that still being a repair versus a write off. Depends entirely on your adjuster.
#1 thing I'd recommend is tell the person who comes out to look at it very specifically you'd prefer it be a write-off if possible, they can absolutely write an estimate and pump the number up if it's close.
That said, that looks like about $4k in parts, maybe $5k (Using numbers from when my second gen was damaged, third gens might have more expensive parts just due to newer-ness), plus about 4-5 hours labor at most since there's no painting involved, so I could see it going either way depending on mileage, comparables, etc.
I don't work in insurance, I just get hit a lot and have seen a lot of estimates. I would still consider that a rebuild if it were my bike, but I can see why you'd want a write off after that much damage.