Ex motorcycle racer Christian Tavert from Florida is now an innovating engineer with two awesome projects on its creative hands. Both concepts were designed by Australian Tim Cameron and have received their magical touch from the ex racing driver so they are waiting to go into production pretty soon.

The first to roll out the production line is the VR-2, a motorcycle for which Christian Tavert decided that a Harley-Davidson V-Rod engine would be the most appropriate. Take a look at the cruiser-like bike in the pics and see if it was a good idea.

For the second one, the Ducati Supermono-based racer named Diablo 666, Tavert proposed a 666cc engine that is supercharged for greater power. Also, the single-cylinder brings the bike back at the roots of motorcycling in the engineer’s vision.


Bikes waiting to go into production
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Diablo 666


Bikes waiting to go into production
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Diablo 666


Bikes waiting to go into production
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VR-2


Bikes waiting to go into production
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VR-2

Source: motorcyclenews

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Rod  (825) posted on 08.27.2008

I hope they go to production the Ducati Diablo 666 is my choice.smiley

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