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Video: Bradley Ray Does Silly Things On The Vyrus 986 M2

Video: Bradley Ray Does Silly Things On The Vyrus 986 M2

British rider Bradley Ray is set to compete in the Spanish CEV Moto2 Championship with the Vyrus 986 M2. Naturally, the lead-up to the race gave Vyrus and Ray enough time to test out their new partnership. The team and the rider did just that, going through a series of test runs at the Cartagena circuit in Spain to get the Vyrus 986 M2 up-to-speed with the rigors of Moto2 racing.

As it turns out, Ray played a big role in the development of the 986 M2, helping Vyrus improve upon a number of aspects on the bike, including the chassis and suspension, to help it become Moto-ready in time for Ray’s boogie with the rest of the Moto2 field.

But as is always the case when it comes to testing runs like this, Ray was afforded some down-time to get himself acclimated with the bike without the pressure of setting any lap times. Well, that’s exactly what he did and to our benefit, he gladly showed off his riding skills, effortlessly gliding through those corners dragging knee and elbow like the true pro that he is. As an added bonus, the clip also provides some proof that the 986 M2 appears to be running on all cylinders, too. That throaty roar of the bike on the corners is a treat to the ears, that much I can tell you

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Vyrus Offering Ducati Customization Program

Vyrus Offering Ducati Customization Program

Italian boutique bike brand Vyrus is back to its eccentric ways again. Having previously offered to turn any Honda CBR600RR into a Vyrus 986 M2, the company is now setting its sights on transforming old Ducatis into a Vyrus. What that means is still unclear, but judging from the company’s history, it’s safe to say that Vyrus has something special in store for these old Ducatis.

The process towards turning your old Ducati into a Vyrus is pretty straightforward, even if it could turn into a wallet-burning exercise. All you need to do is fill up a form and pretty much explain why you want to get the full Vyrus make-over on your Ducati. Sounds simple enough, right?

Once that’s done, Vyrus might test your patience a little bit, but as soon as it replies, you could be well on your way to scoring a truly one of a kind ride. That would be a real score and hopefully, you’ll send me some photos of your new ride once Vyrus sends it back to you.

Note: Photo is of the Vyrus 897 C3 4V.

Click past the jump to read more about Vyrus’ offer to turn your old Ducati into a customized Vyrus.

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Vyrus Offering Ducati Customization Program

Vyrus Offering Ducati Customization Program

Italian boutique bike brand Vyrus is back to its eccentric ways again. Having previously offered to turn any Honda CBR600RR into a Vyrus 986 M2, the company is now setting its sights on transforming old Ducatis into a Vyrus. What that means is still unclear, but judging from the company’s history, it’s safe to say that Vyrus has something special in store for these old Ducatis.

The process towards turning your old Ducati into a Vyrus is pretty straightforward, even if it could turn into a wallet-burning exercise. All you need to do is fill up a form and pretty much explain why you want to get the full Vyrus make-over on your Ducati. Sounds simple enough, right?

Once that’s done, Vyrus might test your patience a little bit, but as soon as it replies, you could be well on your way to scoring a truly one of a kind ride. That would be a real score and hopefully, you’ll send me some photos of your new ride once Vyrus sends it back to you.

Note: Photo is of the Vyrus 897 C3 4V.

Click past the jump to read more about Vyrus’ offer to turn your old Ducati into a customized Vyrus.

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Vyrus Superbike and Yellow Fever by Oberdan Bezzi

Vyrus Superbike and Yellow Fever by Oberdan Bezzi

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.

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First pics: Vyrus 987 C3 4V

First pics: Vyrus 987 C3 4V

Vyrus has just released the official pictures of their 987 C3 4V and we’re still having troubles looking at it as to a real production motorcycle, not just because it looks totally off the patterns, but because we have to be aware of the fact that this is an 184hp sportsbike with hub-center steering and a carbon bodywork. These pictures are even better after seeing the Vyrus being assembled in less than three minutes.

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