According to these sketches, Italian designer Oberdan Bezzi seems to like the Vyrus 987 C3 4V a lot, but finds the bike a little too…naked and has come up with two faired versions of the ingenious original package. The Vyrus Superbike is supposed to be the competition version as it doesn’t have lights or mirrors and it’s rather hard not to spot the slick tires as you check out the hub-center steering chassis design, which is kept on both bikes. The street version is called “Yellow Fever” and it does feature all the necessary for street homologation as well as road tires.

So here you have it, the easiest way to turn beast into beauty…or at least disguised beast. Follow the jump to read the translated official description.

Vyrus Superbike and Yellow Fever by Oberdan Bezzi Exterior
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Vyrus Yellow Fever

Obiboi about the Vyrus Superbike and Yellow Fever:

Two new models for the small factory of Rimini. Both based on the latest developments in sophisticated C3 4V accentuate the features pistaiole.
Superbike, counts as its name suggests, the specific properties of the category, though for the moment would not be expected to participate in international competitions. But nothing prohibits holders of this jewel in the race to go in the championships that will accept these bikes. The second is a Street Legal, meaning that in theory would be homologated for road use, except that it could spread among the fans who spotted a terrible ….. …. ….. to VyrusYELLOW FEVER that among other symptoms shows all in the same yellow of this wonderful … “tool”!

Source: Oberdan Bezzi via A&R

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  (474) posted on 03.4.2011

To add to what Carlos said, the traditional telescopic fork design creates a huge moment about the steering head, requiring beefy forks and a very strong frame to support them. By separating those forces, and directing them right back into the core of the bike (generally a stressed-member engine), you eliminate the need for a big, heavy frame, leading to a much lighter bike.

Rod  (825) posted on 03.2.2010

This is nice.smiley

Rod  (647) posted on 02.24.2010

Great design by Oberdan Bezzi, also it’s nave are very fitted on the design.

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