Revealed at the 2014 EICMA show in Milan, the Twenty family — named so to commemorate Scorpa’s 20-year anniversary — includes three models: the 125, 250 and 300. For 2016, we see major changes and new features — many of which are brought about through data gathered at the World Trials Championship — to launch the second generation of the Twenty line.
If you looked at Scorpa before, look again. The Twenty trials bikes are more competitive than before, even for such a young lineup. They’re not just a dressed up SR model.
Continue reading for my review of the Scorpa Twenty 125, 250 and 300.
According to its designers, the trials quad concept shown last fall at the EICMA Show, is headed for production.
The visitors at EICMA loved it and next thing you know, Scorpa is now looking at creating a production version, and is working on rideable prototypes with an engine of between 125cc and 200cc.
Since I do not believe there is any sort of 4 wheel trials competition (is there?), this would be just for fun but it looks like it could be pretty (...)