Duecinquanta 250cc Two-Stroke By Vins Motors

Jan 8, 2018

Category: Rides

Bikes that exude racing heritage are always ones to get us excited, from one off track slayers to limited edition production units with factory mods a la mode. A classic era of motorcycle racing was the heyday of two-stroke, multi-cylinder go fast machines, and Vins Motors of Italy brings us back with their Duecinquanta 250cc sport bike.

The emphasis of designing and producing the Duecinquanta was put heavily on the aim to make the lightest sport bike on the market and the team at Vins spared no expense to make this happen. Relying on modern materials for construction, the design and engineering team was a stacked deck as they are all ex-employees of Ferrari. The ultralight ripper is based on a carbon fiber monocoque frame, wheel set, and fork, cutting the fat and keeping it scrappy at just over 200 pounds. A twin cylinder, fuel injected two-stroke motor supplies the revs that launch this ripper up to speed in a hurry.

Purchase: $48,000+

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