Caterham Motorcycles

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The UK based brand at Caterham Cars have been building 4-wheeled sports cars now for over 40 years, and it looks like they’re ready to expand their brand with a range of Caterham Motorcycles.

The new lineup includes 3 different motorcycles. Seeing how popular electric bike concepts have become in this day and age, it’s not too surprising that 2 of the models are electric, but that’s not what caught our attention. The third bike, the Caterham Brutus 750 motorcycle, is the bike that has stolen our hearts. This beast of a bike is being called the “SUV of motorcycles,” and can be used as not only a streetbike, but also an off-roader, and get this – a snowmobile. That’s right, your same bike that you cruise to the grocery store on will be able to transform into a fully capable snowmobile (after a four hour conversion process). Caterham plans on starting production next Spring, and has stressed that creating affordable 2-wheelers is of the utmost importance.

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