Any true fan of the MotoGP series will find the name Pierobon extremely recognizable due to the fact that they are a famous Italian tuner that delivers frames and components for various racing competitions. The tuner’s recent work is the F042 HStreet - a road legal street bike based on the Ducati’s two cylinder engine, the Desmodue SS900. The price for the complete bike is 19,000 euro or $25,260 at the current exchange rates.

The bike features big aluminum tubes that are supported by structures that are simple but robust, inspired by the Pierobon F042 - a celebrity in Supertwin League. The HStreet is built on a 1390 mm wheelbase and weighs only 140 kilos.

The bike rides on light 17" wheels and features an aluminum frame in combination with a network of pipes above the L-shaped twin-function carrier, united in the new rear swingarm. However, Pierobon did not announce if any modifications were made for the engine.


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  (1023) posted on 01.12.2011

great, its body frame is made from aluminumn for sure this monster is one hell of a riders bike. so how many units did they built? i hope i can get one sooner.

  (1333) posted on 01.12.2011

wow it looks fast, for sure many are craving to have this but unfortunately you have to register it first, this bike is not a euro compliant to it needs to do a paper works first.

  (692) posted on 01.6.2011

The machine was built around Ducati’s two cylinder engine, but strictly air-cooled and with only two valves per cylinder.

  (777) posted on 01.6.2011

If you intend to use the bike on the street, then you must first register it, which means it has comply with Euro 3 standards. The engine, airbox, exhaust system, electrical system as well as the braking system must comply this rule to begin the process of approval.

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