The Albura 125 is Javier Almazor’s wooden scooter concept built around a monotube chassis housing the fuel tank, a multitubular subchasiss with a progressive rear suspension and powered by a 125 cc four-stroke engine. It pretty much looks like an average Aprilia scooter to us, but the wood laminated body does help it stand out straight from the drawing board. Here you have it.
Engine: One cylinder 125cc 4T water cooled, simple over head chamber and four valves. Electric starter.
Fuel system: Electronic injection.
Transmission: Continous variator with centrifugal clutch.
Chassis: Steel monotube with 90 mm. of diameter.
Subchassis: Steel multitubular with elements of 15 mm. of diameter.
Front suspension: Hidraulic fork with 34 mm. diameter bars. Travel 95 mm.
Rear suspension: Progresive hidraulic monoshock. Travel 90 mm.
Front brake: Hidraulic disc 240 mm with double piston caliper.
Rear brake: Hidraulic disc 210 mm. with double piston caliper.
Front tire: 120/70 x 12"
Rear tire: 130/70 x 12"
Reservoir: 7 liters. Range 200 km (aprox).
Length: 1.838 mm.
Width: 716 mm.
Seat height: 797 mm.
Weight: Aprox. 105 kg.