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2007 DB6 Bimota Delirio

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The Delirio project had been even before its supersport the DB5, was completed. The esthetics and design of the DB5′s bare did not only suggest but demanded the of a … bike.

The process of the DB6 was bound to go far beyond just the DB5. Having identified the frame, swing arm, and as the basis of the new motorcycle, we started all again.

The finished design had to be different, setting the DB6 uniquely from all … bikes on the A Bimota has always been recognizable, today following the set by Sergio Robbiano, proven by the of the DB5, defined by low weight, proportions, and outstanding performance.

Bimota Db6 Delirio Rear

The creating a … bike is the between engineering necessity and esthetics. The DB6 displays in a unique way the that went into essential functional auxiliary from plain view, attention to the most prestigious of the motorcycle. This process a radical approach positioning all parts, leaving no room for

Front-end, trellis frame, new out and lightened plates of the swing as well as the passenger foot-rest are the most refined and exclusive of the new DB6.

The exhaust system of the DB6 has completely redesigned and fitted special silencers positioned the seat. Tank and tank with fully machined contribute to the overall aggressiveness of the Battery and fuse box are hidden by the covers, making maintenance simple.

The front view of the DB6 the motorcycle the personality of a predator its low positioned front light integrated indicators.

Seating and the ergonomics of footrests and handlebars the rider with the feeling of and absolute control. Riding the DB6 you will experience that the of each single element is the of the pleasure to ride.

It somehow doesn’t seem Bouncing the tach needle off the rev as I snatch another clutch-less before pinning the throttle to the stop. With my leg inches the family four-door to my right, and a truck filling my horizon, not how I anticipated the first few miles be riding the new 2007 Bimota DB5 With a $60,000 Tesi 2D hot on my I stayed tucked to make my and get back on my side of the road.

I didn’t want to “modify” the Italian motorcycle with the of the oncoming truck, so grabbed upshift and kept the throttle Wheelying over every bump we could find, the rear end out of the tight corners, and heading into small hard on the brakes at 100 mph, motorcycles on public roads in is an exhilarating experience to say the least.

for the sort of behavior that see us all doing hard time in the Anaclato Bernabe, the Bimota PR was taking us to lunch. In a hurry to two hours munching through a feast, there was no time to the stunning Italian scenery by to the sides. Thankfully, we would Anaclato after lunch and get a opportunity to enjoy the $30,000 Italian beauty, and the equally countryside inland from the Adriatic coast.

As part of an re-birth of the company that years ago was closed for production and in the of the bank, Bimota had invited us to to tour the factory and ride the new Purchased by Italian businessman Roberto Comini in 2003, the investment into this brand that traces its back to 1973 is substantial. is good news for Bimota in America.

With the radical Tesi 2D on American soil, the DB6 Delirio is hot on its and it will be joined by the DB5 and DB5R bikes.

As a … standard, the is the most practical and lowest Bimota. (If you can call $30,000 a low Featuring a 90 horsepower air-cooled V-Twin engine, a trellis and conventional forks and shock, on the the price tag looks exorbitant, when you can buy a standard S2R Ducati for $10,500. What you are buying for King’s ransom is a handmade built to the highest quality by a Italian craftsman. Giving you a to an extremely exclusive club, when Bimota hits production some time year, they will build more than motorcycles a year.

A household in Europe, Bimota motorcycles are not so known here in the States. by three Italian gentlemen in 1970, the Bi stands for Bianchi, the Mo for and the Ta for Tamburini. And I am sure most of you are with Signor Massimo the man who brought the world such as the Ducati 916 and the MV Agusta 750F4, others.

By 1973, Mori and had split from Bianchi and manufacturing parts for popular sportbikes. Also producing frames, by 1976 they had won first world championship Johnny Cecotto using a TZ350 engine in a Bimota Business expanded to making kits for owners of current bikes. Basically, customers use their own bike engine and as donor parts and would buy else from Bimota.

It until the late ’70s Bimota eventually started complete motorcycles built these lines in house.

the world of motorcycle design than most people realize, (Tamburini took trellis frame to Ducati he left) Tamburini’s first Bimota was labeled the SB2. a Suzuki GS750 engine, his prototype had an undertail exhaust Unfortunately, Bimota couldn’t it run correctly, and it wasn’t until that Tamburini’s vision was with the introduction of the Ducati

Nowadays, undertail exhausts are the norm than the exception in the world.

The history of Bimota has one of great highs and lows, some incredible innovations and the odd championship thrown in. The original designed by Pierre Luigi is still radical today. YB4 E.I was also pretty radical in with a beam perimeter and fuel injection, and it went on to win the F1 championship with Virginio in the saddle. (The series went on to become World

History lesson over and in the saddle of the Delirio, it is quickly that Europeans are smaller Americans. The ride position is and the footpegs feel like items that would people with smaller than my size 10s. The are nicely positioned and the reach is right.

Be prepared to have legs tucked up in a racers and your family jewels, if you are of the persuasion, spending their day out with the front of the tank

Thumb the starter, and the Ducati fires right to life. on my test unit was not perfect and with Anaclato I learned it was a model, so some reprogramming take place to smooth out a of the rough spots I found. occurred predominantly at lower rpm on a throttle, though I am happy to there was no such problem the throttle got yanked open in .

Peak power is around 90 stallions at 9,000 rpm, a peak torque figure of 70 at 6000 rpm. Propelling the bike along the small roads like a guided short shifting is the key to rapid progress. Riding with World’s Blake Conner toward the small town of I noticed a small, sporty attempting to drive up my twin Euro 3 compliant exhaust

Blake must have him too, as I heard the deep, roar of his DB5 blitzing up to redline, and I the throttle to show our four-wheeled what the Bimota was made of.

Now I to give this guy his due, he was quick in the turns, and with the roads being as slick as I have ever ridden on, we definitely erring toward Once the rear tire had up and the revs were climbing to redline, we just left the Fiat in our exhaust fumes. a few miles I couldn’t hear his tires or see him in my mirrors anymore.

We had for it, but the Bimota’s impeccable handling, brakes, and explosive power from low throttle had won the day.

twin 320mm rotors and radical calipers, all supplied by the stopping power available is Easy to modulate with a bit of lever travel before the bite down, this was much appreciated on the slippery roads. Out back a single disc gets a regular caliper, but needs a major of the right boot to see any action.

A fine-tuning is in order here, me

Attached to a pair of beautifully black, alloy wheels, sportbike-sized rubber is used and rear. Our bikes were with Continental tires, but US will have Pirelli Holding these in place, a set of Marzocchi TiN 50mm inverted is used. These are fully for pre-load, compression, and rebound as you expect.

In the rear a conventional Extreme Tech shock is and, like the forks, it is

Checking the tech specs, I was to see the Bimota Delirio’s wheelbase is 1.7 longer than a Yamaha R6. It a similar 24-degree rake, a little more trail, so transitions side to side little effort. The wide no doubt aid this, and it took a few of reprogramming to adjust to the low level of needed to change direction.

Also, some food for is the 390-pound weight is claimed the bike full of fluids, so dry it has to be in the category.

The instrumentation on the Bimota is and the digital speedometer is not the easiest to read on the move. The big white-faced is beautiful though, and it was fun to watch the racing around toward without having to pay much to the speed. I guess in Italy limits are more of a suggestion as we seemed to travel anywhere to the limit the entire week we there.

All the control switches are mirrors do a reasonable job, and the warning lights are bright.

Bimota DB 6 Borsalino

the bike at San Marino to take photos after a fantastic few on the most awesome twisties, all of technical details faded to as I studied the Bimota, getting in its many intricate parts. by current Italian hotshot Sergio Robbiano, the way the swingarm an amalgamation of thin tubular mated to an alloy plate to the rear wheel is breathtaking.

The process is used with the frame, which is just as to the eye. Dig in deeper, and the quality of the and paintwork is simply without Intricate and stunning, the Bimota is like nothing else on two

Just taking a moment to at the machined-from-solid chain adjuster and brake caliper hanger have every mechanical itching and looking for a fix.

The lines of the bodywork, the unbelievably cut of the gas tank, and the way the shapes and forms all together, educates even the eye that this is not a mass machine. Built with attention to detail in every bolt, and hand made a finer set of components would be to find on a single motorcycle. it was another Bimota, of course.

Capable of breaking men’s and wallets, every single is unique, and as with any exotic, be it two or four, only for a select On paper it is easy to dismiss the as an over-priced motorcycle, but after a day in the and a chance to absorb the bikes details, it is a totally different Especially when you consider are shelling out a lot more money for hard-to-ride American customs by companies without a fraction of the or passion that is Bimota.

Frame: 20/25mm (0.8/1.0in) chrome molybdenum steel with lateral plates in alloy

Rear Frame: (0.6/1.0/1.2in) tubular chrome steel trellis with plates in aircraft alloy

Length: 525mm 20 mm (20.7in

Front suspension: 50mm upride-down fork with TiN

Rake: 24

Front wheel 120 mm (4.7in)

Rear suspension: Tech Mono Shock, adjustable, straight connection

wheel travel: 130 mm (5.1in)

100mm (3.9in)

Wheelbase: (56.1in)

Bore x Stroke: 94 x mm

Compression Ratio: 100.5:1

Redline: 9000rpm


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