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MotoCzysz C1 990

1987 Porsche 944 Turbo for w/ 21k miles!

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Not many of these left that kind of mileage. decent examples trade for at $15k, this one seems right at $20k.

1970 Mini w/ VTEC upgrade

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A New Sportbike Manufacturer in Oregon

by Dan | Posted in Automotive. Ramblings | on 15-02-2007

You never know who you’re to sit next to on the plane. And since Ed had the three of us up with first tickets for our recent Vegas (left up $550 :D, you rock Ed! ), I was treated to sit next to Michael owner of Motoczysz .

When I sat I noticed a guy who looked like he had right out of GQ magazine. Well and well dressed, but kept to which is typically just with me when I’m on the But he soon noticed that we all auto enthusiasts as the three of us about Clayton’s Lotus He proclaimed that it was a cool but it that it was slow.

Of course I queried, slower what? It’s like a motorcycle. Then I noticed his magazines and trade publications and he was a rider. We briefly talked and I proudly exclaimed that I had an 1989 Yamaha FZR 600 in college.

He he had a collection, including Ducati’s and I’m a big Aprilia fan, but never owned one. I I had always wanted an RS250, is not available in the U.S. — but is on U.S. sportbike rider’s

I had to demonstrate my knowledge of the brand and after all, since I was in a strong hangover, jeans and a sleeve t-shirt. Michael went on to remark that he had a couple, including the RSV250 was offered on invitation sale The RSV250 is a homologated race

It was soon apparent I was not sitting to your average enthusiast.

MotoCzysz C1 990
MotoCzysz C1 990

out, Michael is in the final of producing his very own sportbike, of his own design. The Motoczysz C1 990. Nothing on his is sourced from another A full carbon frame and suspension is just the start to makes his bike special. The is of a design that I’ve seen before.

He explained that it was an inline but not like I was used to. The block is six inches wide and sits in the frame. He then went on to the engineering of it, which was well my comprehension.

The short of it is that it for a very narrow package in the and distributes the weight better.

He reaches into the overhead and out a Sony PSP (Hadn’t ever one in use before, what a cool He hands it to me and plays a promotional featuring the C1 990 out on the track in Las Vegas. The was shot late last and features none other Freddy Spencer, who is helping to out the bike, wringing it out around the Well as you can imagine, I’m in awe at point.

The amount of development, funding, and vision being displayed was Michael explained his facility was 15 minutes from Portland Raceway and he has a staff of 25. They’ve everything in-house, and pieces are around the world.

And here’s pics and specs of the bike working on:

This is the race version, which is good for He hopes to have everything for the 2007 SBK season. The production is expected to be 350lbs and available year.

Great meeting you Michael, luck in SBK this season!

MotoCzysz C1 990
MotoCzysz C1 990
MotoCzysz C1 990
MotoCzysz C1 990
MotoCzysz C1 990


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