The Bimota Tesi 3D is packed with a series of modern technologies which help it deliver first class performances. It combines the attributes of a naked with all the features offered by a sport bike, being able to deliver a comfortable riding position and a capable handling.
Talking about performances, the bike is propelled by a 90°L twin cylider, 4 strokes engine with a capacity of 1078cc. The fuel injected engine puts out 98 hp at 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 10,5 kgm at 5500 rpm.
In terms of style, the Bimota Tesi 3D features a compact design combined with an agile stance and sharp lines. We also need to send a shout at the two tubular swing arms, which underline the unique character of the Bimota brand. Out back you’ll find a modern layout for the exhausts pipes which are placed under the seat.
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By simply reading the title, it is much chance that you’ll be thinking at how such an occasion can’t be missed if willing to complete your Italian motorcycle collection. This baby is located in Los Angeles and it doesn’t plan on going anywhere until $29,799 grand are paid for it.
Created for the most ostentatious of you out there, the bike actually uses the 90 degree L-Twin engine that first made an impression on the Ducati 1100DS. With Desmodromic valvetrain and Magneti Marelli fuel injection system, it is easy to imagine how a blast this bike is until the engine hits redline at 9000 RPM. That would be a better time to further meet its finesse when using the hydraulic clutch and six-speed gearbox.
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The Bimota Tesi project evolved from the graduation work of two mechanical engineering students who, in the beginning of the 1980s, designed and developed a bike utilizing a swing arm as the front section. For the name of their motorcycle they choose "TESI", the Italian word for "thesis", as the design, which replaces the conventionally used hydraulic fork in the front, was part of their university thesis. Bimota decided to commit major resources to the refinement of this project.