The Bikes of EICMA 2019 - Stunning Motorcycles

Visordown brings you all the best new stunning motorcycles from the most important motorcycle show on the planet.

Rush 1000

With the EICMA hype winding down, we thought it fair to shine one more beam of light on the most stunning motorcycles that featured at the show. 

In no particular order, here are some of the motorcycles that deserve a little bit more recognition. 

Aston Martin AMB 001

Aston Martin, best known for their luxury four-wheeled vehicles, has teamed up with Brough Superior to create a 180bhp turbocharged 997cc V-twin beast. The body is carbon fibre and the dash is an iPhone. It will cost $120,000, and only 100 are going to be made exclusively for track/off-road use only… 

Granted the AMB 001 isn’t the kind of ride you'll to pop to the shops on, but it’s still a thing of beauty. 

Triumph Rocket 3 

By far one of the biggest capacity bikes revealed at EICMA this year is the Rocket 3. Its Stomping 2,500cc inline triple is kicking out a whopping 221Nm torque, 165bhp and the package weighs a shade under 300kg. 

It might not be as sporty as the others on the list, but my goodness is this thing going to teleport you to a world of happiness. Oh, and we’ve seen it in action during private testing, needless to say, it sounds friggin mint! 

MV Agusta Rush 1000 

Inspired by the dragstrip, the Rush 1000 is truly a one of a kind production motorcycle. Based on the Brutale 1000RR DNA, the Rush features a 208bhp inline-four powerplant, aero, and a ton of carbon fibre. It is simply jaw-dropping. 

The suspension package is just as impressive, with high spec Ohlins fully electronic units gracing the front and rear. The streetfighter war is well and truly on Mr Ducati and Mr Kawasaki… 

Triumph Thruxton RS

The Thruxton has been a popular hack for many modern-retro motorcycle fans. The RS gets a healthy dose of improved power and reduced weight. 

The 1200cc parallel-twin engine produces 8hp more than before (taking it to 105hp peak), and 112Nm of torque at a useful 4,250rpm. The higher-revving engine has its inertia reduced by 20% thanks to crank modifications, a lighter clutch, balance shafts, and thin-walled covers. And the overall weight is a fairly significant 6kg lighter.  

Whether or not you’re a fan of its performance, you’d be hard-pressed to say the Thruxton RS isn’t a pretty motorcycle?

MV Agusta Superveloce

Save the best till last? Maybe. If you look up motorcycle art in the dictionary, the neo-retro Superveloce will pop up. With 145bhp from its inline-triple motor and full IMU support, this machine is both beautiful and capable.   

MV first unveiled the uber high spec Seri Oro, and now they've released a production version for the masses. In reality, the Superveloce is still a premium bike - costing around €20,000.  

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