Peter Hickman tries the Ohvale GP-0 190 during his visit to Gas Monkey Garage

Tearing it up on the sized-down sports bike in Austin, Texas with Gas Monkey Garage - Peter Hickman is having a great time.

IF this video of Peter Hickman tearing up the famous Gas Monkey Garage ‘forecourt’ on an Ohvale GP-0 190 doesn't;t make you want to go out and ride, nothing will!

You may know Gas Monkey Garage for their wild custom builds (that always need extensions to the deadline), and you know Peter Hickman. Well, if not, he’s the Isle of Man TT outright lap record holder, amongst many other achievements and is globally know as the fastest road racer on the planet.

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What’s Peter Hickman riding in the clip at Gas Monkey Garage?

I want to call it a pit-bike, but Ohvale is quick to note that the sized-down sportsbike is NOT a ‘mini GP’, ‘Pocket bike’, or ‘pit bike’ - but in fact a new concept that allows riders to enjoy the racing style that only professional riders can usually afford.

The Ohvale GP-0 range is so small it can fit in the back of a typical hatchback, apparently, and is no slouch: motors ranging from 110cc to 212cc, all fitted with top-spec parts, and only weighing around 65-70kg - perfect for a mini-trackday, junior rider or just a for a laugh in your free time.

If you’re curious which of the GP-0 range Peter Hickman is riding in the clip, we found more info here: 

GP-0 190cc EVO 4 Speed – £5,639.99 Inc VAT 
New for 2020: Updated chassis and tank/seat design! This 190cc Ohvale puts out an impressive 24bhp at the rear wheel and only weighs 68kg, making it the best mini-superbike on the market! Many pro riders such as Alex Rins, Jack Miller, Scott Redding, Sam and Alex Lowes, Tommy Bridewell, Richard Cooper, Lee Jackson and Peter Hickman use this very bike for training on. Not for the faint-hearted or new riders! 

You can purchase a customised one too, just visit Peter Hickman’s website for info on the Ohvale range. 

Here's the clip from Facebook:

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