The latest creation from suspension specialist H&R Spring and Fat Attack Custom Bikes from Arlesheim in Switzerland is to be presented at the upcoming Essen motor show. Dubbed The One, the EUR110,000 (about $145,000) motorcycle uses the same materials as the one used by the team in its racing activities.
“During its production attention was paid to every detail to ensure that the materials used are the same as for racing. For this reason the bike is largely made of carbon, titanium, aluminum and aircraft steel. The weight saving of over 60 kilograms with simultaneously greater stability in its driving characteristics becomes noticeable!” its builders say.
The bike uses carbon, titanium, aluminum and aircraft steel and is powered by a modified 1.55 cubic capacity 2-cylinder Harley Davidson engine that generates a massive 110hp. However, its creators say the chopper can be checked for service in every Harley workshop without any problems.
“This super bike can thus be read out via the standard OBD connection despite all its high end modifications,” a company statement reads.
In addition to that, real carbon was used for the tank, the seating and all other visible parts. A further highlight is the 300mm wide rear tires, combined with a sensitive Erbacher chrome molybdenum support arm and a perfectly tuned front fork with H&R technology.
“Its just such details that let one sense the closeness to professional racing and Urs Erbacher’s obsession to detail, a man who likes to pilot his 8,000 PS powerful Top Fuel Dragster to FIA European championship titles,” stated the press release. By: autoevolution