Mo2or picks winning bike design

The design with the most votes for the world's first crowd-sourced motorcycle

Posted: 7 September 2011
by Visordown News

THE winning design that will become the 'world's first crowd-sourced motorcycle' has been chosen by up-starts Mo2or is the above cafe racer.

After six weeks of voting the concept that should hopefully become a reality was designed by Arnau Sanjuan and named No.1. The project will now go into a pre-development stage.

The specs for the Mo2or No.1 as chosen by the people are:

    •    883CC Air Cooled, Fuel Injected V-Twin
    •    Steel Trellis Frame with an adjustable sub-frame & double sided swingarm
    •    Fully adjustable upside down front forks + Rear Mono Shock
    •    Fully adjustable Rear-sets + Clip on Handlebars
    •    Analogue Speed & tacho

So there is the bike designed by the audience, is this what you would have wanted?

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The wheelbase looks a bit long for my tastes. But this approach to designing a motorcycle is pretty neat!

Posted: 08/09/2011 at 17:33

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