Bimota DB7

Bimota DB7

Posted on by Sulthoni  

If you are searching for a modern and capable sport bike, then you should seriously take into consideration the Bimota DN7 Oronero.

The motorcycle was especially built for those who love speed and adrenaline, and is equipped with many modern technologies which help it offer top notch performance without compromise.

One of the main attributes of this bike is its carbon frame which is stiff and light at the same time, being perfectly suited for the requirements of a sport bike. Due to its stiwff frame and the modern swingarm the Bimota DB7 Oronero delivers superior riding abilities and agile maneuverability.

The motorcycle sports a 90°L twin cylider, 4 strokes engine with a capacity of 1099cc. The liquid cooled engine is brought to life by an electric starter and cranks out a maximum power
of 160 hp at 9750 rpm and 11,8 kgm of torque at 8000 rpm.

Hit the jump for more information on the Bimota DB7 Oronero.

Posted on by Maxx Biker 0

Italian designer Oberdan Bezzi visualizes the Bimota DB7 as a veritable roadster so he puts his skills to work and creates what has to be one of the coolest stripped down sportbikes of all times.

This concept directs our thoughts towards urban riders with an exquisite taste for Italian bikes that are supposed to be both adequate for stunt and short distance travel machines.

We totally dig this concept and hope that Bimota does so too.

Source: visordown
Posted on by Maxx Biker 1

Easy to be confused with an usual Bimota DB7, but a real piece of jewelery for a maker’s fan, the SP Limited Edition is a real demonstration of the Italian style.

Only five such motorcycles have been produced (only for the Spanish market) and they come with a series of improvements and modifications such as a modified centralizer and digital track speedometer, which make life on board a little more classy. Also, the fairing is made out of carbon fiber for a racing look.

Source: Motoblog
Posted on by Anthony Kodack 0
Bimota holds a unique position in the history of sport motorcycles. The Emilia Romagna region of Italy has always been the heart of Italian motorcycle development and manufacture. Design and engineering in this region, ‘terra di motore’ (the land of engines), has always been fertile ground for the development of so many the new technical ideas and performance advancements of Italian motorcycles. Bimota entered the fray in the early 70’s with innovative solutions to chassis design most notably (...)

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