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If you have any more information about vincent, send email to [mailto:info@philadelphiariders.com] and we'll
If you have any more information about vincent, send email to [mailto:info@philadelphiariders.com] and we'll
make sure it get's posted.
make sure it get's posted.
== Norton ==

Revision as of 19:17, 2 March 2006

There are some exciting motorcycles in development.



The Fischer is an american made prototype sport bike. Fisher is going into production of it's MRX model motorcycle to be deliverd in May 2006.

From http://www.roadracingworld.com/news/article/?article=25016

The MRX features many practical applications of emerging technologies. 
The rigid new 3-piece aluminum frame and 2-piece swingarm were developed 
by Fischer engineers at their Chicago-area facility, and are based on
MotoGP-derived chassis geometry originally developed by Gemini Technology
Systems. High performance adhesives, advanced nylon and plastic components,
and the latest pressure die-casting techniques make the Fischer MRX a 
class-leading motorcycle.

For those of us who have been eagerly waiting for the arrival of a Fischer motorcycle, these are very exciting times.

For more infomration on Fischer:

Star Twin


The Thunderstar is a deisel powered 1200cc inline tripple. This is an exciting project because it has impressive power characteristics and outstanding effeciencey claims. This bike has been covered in MCN among other places. Online the Kneeslider has provided coverage.

Images of the bike can be found here. 80bhp and 165

Some impressive claims about the bike include a 450 lbs. weight, 165 ft lbs. of torque, and outstanding 80 bhp (before mapping work) and 150 miles per gallon. Even if they turn out to somewhat less impressive the bike is still worth watching.



Now this bike is neat. A slim innovative design sporting a dual crank v four engine. The cranks rotate in opposing directions to counteract gyroscopic forces. An american bike, and one to watch.

Press includes the Kneeslider, and Twisting Asphalt. Dead tree coverage of the C1 includes a Cycle World cover in 2005. Anyone know what issue that was?


This images from this section were taken at the 2005 international show in NYC.


There are aging threats to revive the Vincent. We've not heard much in a few years about this project. According to the news section of their web site, CycleWorld covered them in Marchi of 04.

If you have any more information about vincent, send email to [1] and we'll make sure it get's posted.


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