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"Das Neue Motorrad" - 2011 Horex
Recently, you reported a scheduled recover of an all-new motorcycle hailing from Germany, good known to us usually as Das Neue Motorrad, a news came with most anticipation, a excitement being twofold. First, a awaiting of eventually seeing a brand new motorcycle from a land of Bavaria, a place with such a rich two-wheeled history though really couple of complicated offerings, as good as second a privacy leading up to a release, joined with a companies claims to suggest "revolutionary designs" as good as an engine concept "currently seen nowhere in a industry" which peaked a seductiveness of moto-junkies around a globe.

As a smoke has privileged as good as rumors ceased, light of a deceive has exposed Horex as a brand new motorcycle brand from Germany. So usually how do they define revolution? That would be with a supercharged 15-degree monoblock V6, of course. Horex is pronounced to have patented a VR6 pattern for two-wheeled vehicles. The compact design allows for fitment of six rounds in a space traditionally fit with four. For additional 'whee-factor,' a radial supercharger feeds a 1200cc beast,producing a flexible delivery of a claimed output of 198hp as good as 110 lb-ft of torque, which is routed to a tarmac via belt drive.

The chassis as good as cessation wrapping which powerplant compete a package which not usually looks legit, though should also live up to performance expectations. 50mm forks sort out a bumps as good as a attached dual-radial-mounted brakes should have no trouble halting a Horex from substantial velocities. From a looks of things, a support as good as swing-arm components appear to vaunt top-notch fit as good as finish. The styling is definitely of a classic nature, minus a ram-air sort intake ports upon a front of a fuel tank.

The cost of admission will be €20,000 ($24,600 USD), as good as that's usually if you are in Germany, Austria or Switzerland, though during least it substantially includes taxes. We'll have to wait as good as see what sell rates are when a Horex eventually makes it to a rest of Europe as good as a U.S.

The irony in all of this is which Horex is not brand new during all - it's a reincarnation of a classic brand founded in 1923 which produced motorcycles up until Daimler-Benz purchased a association as good as ceased bike production in 1960. So have which Germany's newest-old motorcycle company, for a record. Revolutionary?...well, substantially not, you usually can't wait to hear a exhaust note!

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