Bimota Tesi 3D 2012
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Bimota was a small Italian manufacturer of custom and production motorcycles. It was founded in 1973 in Rimini, Italy by Valerio Bianchi, Giuseppe Morri, and Massimo Tamburini. The name of the brand was inspired from the initials of its founders’ last names.
Because the state of frame design was sluggish in the 1970s, Bimota concentrated initially on building high-quality motorcycle chassis around existing engines. From the start they customized the highest models of Suzuki, Honda and Kawasaki. During the late 1970s, Bimota also helped and build motorcycyles branded as Lamborghinis. In the 1980s, they also modified Yamaha and Ducati motorcycles.
Bimota’s co-founder and long-time chief designer Tamburini has been an influential player within the development of other Italian brands.
Most recent Bimota models included the DB5, DB6, DB7, DB9 and the Tesi. The Tesi 3D was particularly unusual, which along with the co-designed Vyrus, was the only motorcycle then in production to use hub-center steering.
Bimota first experienced International racing success in 1980 when Jon Ekeroid, a real privateer, won the 350cc world championship on a Yamaha-powered Bimota.
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