2017 Moto FGR Midalu 2500 V6

Oct 28, 2016

Category: Rides

Fresh from the only Czech motorcycle company to ever race a full season in the MOTO GP World Championships comes Moto FGR’s first-ever sale version of their famed Midalu motorcycle. It’s a bit different from the prototype that was unveiled back in 2011, but from the looks of this release, we feel that’s a good thing.

In short, this Midalu is an exotic luxury streetbike packing a 2.5 liter V6 engine that pushes out a punchy 240 horsepower, quite the feat for this two-wheeler. In addition to the powerhouse engine, the Midalu also hosts a carbon fuel tank (along with 29 other carbon parts) and a non-traditional swinging fork for good measure. Interested buyers can also choose between two different carbon versions of the bike along with the hardness and thread color of the handmade seat as well as a customized chassis based on their weight and personal requirements. A case boasting a capacity of 1.2 liters is also situated under the full tank to house any additional gear and with its Ohlins suspension, Brembo race-spec brakes, six-shooter exhausts, and machined aluminum swingarm this technical beast is ready to chew up just about anything in its path. Pricing is available upon request. [Purchase]

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