Design guru Aldo Drudi- the man responsible for designing all of Valentino Rossi’s helmet designs has created a concept motorcycle based on the Honda’s VFR1200F. Dubbed the Burasca 1200, the bike is far away from Honda’s conservative offerings.
The name Burasca means ‘storm’, and it’s taken the new Drudi team 15 months to realise the bike from the first idea and sketches through to this fully-finished concept bike. Created in the team’s ‘Air Garage’, it’s Drudi’s modern interpretation of a sports-tourer.
The Honda VFR1200 based bike retains the original V-4 engine that produces 167 horses and so is the frame. All other components have been replaced.
Highlights includes :
- Öhlins NIX30 fork and TTX36GP shocks
- Custom made Akrapovic exhaust
- Weighs 30kg less than original VFR
- Fast Mec aluminum wheels
- Nissin brakes mount four-piston monoblock units. The bikes is not equipped with ABS.
Image gallery: Burasca 1200
There’s no word yet on whether the bike will enter production.
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