The most exotic January motorcycle sale in the world …
- The Goldammer Experimental Motorcycle features a modified Honda CR250R frame
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Forget about discounted M&S underwear and cheap microwaves, check out these awesome specials about to be unloaded by the world’s best custom motorcycle builders.
Roger Goldammer’s superb Supercharged Nortorious cafe racer and experimental two-stroke 250 broke away from the monotonous, endless stream of American v-twin choppers using engines you never dreamed of.
The Nortorious used half of a Harley-style air-cooled twin to create a 965cc single. Just to make the single engine more interesting, a supercharger was put on the cylinder to give the bike 80 hp. The mental motor was then adapted to a frame design based on a 50 year old Norton, with drum brakes!
The Experimental is an earlier Goldammer project and uses fewer unique pieces, but the result was just as exceptional. A modified Honda CR250R frame contains a BRC two-stroke double parallel karting engine. The geometry is long and low, with a minimalist and unique bodywork. The finished bike was then timed at the Bonneville Salt Flats, reaching an impressive speed of 128 mph!
Roger Goldammer told MCN: â€œI am selling them because, well, I have in my possession all the bikes that I have built in the last five yearsâ€¦ and too many invoices! “
Nortorious is on sale for Â£ 80,000 and Experimental is on sale with an asking price of Â£ 73,438.
Contact: 001 250 764 8002