When we hear the name Mansory, we typically think of the German tuning firm known for their amazing packages for high end luxury vehicles from Bugatti, Ferrari, Aston Martin, and many others. Not once did we ever think that a motorcycle would fit into any part of Mansory’s lineup, so you can imagine our surprise when we came across the Mansory Zapico. The Zapico is Mansory’s first custom bike creation developed with bike customizer Thomas M. George.

George was responsible for the motorcycle itself, then Mansory moved in with the front mask, bug spoiler, seat module, primary shield, and silencer, as well as the applications on the fuel tank, the frame, fork, wheel rims, and airbox all being part of their contribution. Mansory was also responsible for the use of carbon, as is customary with them, and all of the leather work.

The Mansory Zapico is powered by a powerful 124 cubic inch (around 2,080 cm³) V2 engine made by the well-known American engine manufacturer, S&S. This engine produces 160 HP and, with the low curb weight of the motorcycle - it comes in at 340 kilos -, sprints the bike from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds.

We would have to say that the Mansory Zapico is extremely impressive, especially being the first motorcycle ever worked on by Mansory. Job well done!


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  (939) posted on 06.16.2011

Well, it has an impressive performance although it doesn’t look appealing to the eye! I think that Mansory have choose a wrong inspiration!

  (648) posted on 06.16.2011

hmm. This is their first production of bike and definitely the last! Mansory doesn’t have the talent to make a awesome design of bike, I would say that comparing to Ducati’s motorcycle this one looks like a trash!

  (647) posted on 05.5.2011

hmm. I don’t think that this bike has a match with those in Suzuki brand. Comparing and the design of this car, this one has no match. The one who will buy this bike definitely has no taste at all!

  (466) posted on 04.11.2011

Wow! mansory really made a great job! The engine performance of the car is quite amazing! The sprint it feels like driving a Lamborghini cars!

  (383) posted on 04.11.2011

Yeah, I agree with you! But i think the Mansory has forgot to upgrade the exterior of the car plus i don’t like its paint job.

  (708) posted on 04.5.2011

Well, IMO, the design of the car is not clean. Honestly, I don’t like the its aesthetic especially the front and the spoiler.

  (579) posted on 03.21.2011

Well, if they want to do it, I don’t see any reason why they can’t. In fact, I really laud Mansory for trying their hands on custom bikes, because that means they are willing to try something new.

  (461) posted on 03.17.2011

I must admit that I am a big fan of Mansory’s work, so them taking on something new is certainly a welcome treat to me. For this one, I really loved how they made the bike stand out while still keeping it simple.

  (367) posted on 03.13.2011

I don’t know about you guys, but I really loved what Mansory did on this one. They chose to keep it simple while still having an aggressive look.

  (619) posted on 03.7.2011

It’s actually nice to see Mansory working with something different this time around. I really like the way how this bike looks, with all the signature Mansory styling elements.

  (528) posted on 03.1.2011

Like i said before money can’t buy taste!

  (336) posted on 03.1.2011

this look so horrible. Mansory’s name is missing a space and a "r". Man Sorrysmiley

  (142) posted on 03.1.2011

nice wallpaper. i got it

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