Tacita Announces T-Race-M and Diabolika Electric Supermoto and Naked Bikes

Tacita Announces T-Race-M and Diabolika Electric Supermoto and Naked Bikes

You`ll most likely not be able to get your hands on the Tacita T-Race M, as this supermoto beast will only be manufactured in a crazy-small run of just 5 units, each identifiable by a special number plate installed by Tacita. However, it looks like a more popular base version of the supermotard will be available in the future.

The electric supermoto machine will receive an updated frame and upgraded brakes and suspensions. Fully-adjustable Ohlins suspensions for both front and rear will be part of the deal, complemented by 320mm discs with radial-mount Brembo callipers. FA-BA will supply custom 17 inch rims manufactured to Tacita specs, with CNC hubs and Pirelli Diablo SBK tires. The bodywork will be all custom black carbon fibre with contrasting seat and anodized details.

The Diabolikais also made with a lot of carbon-fibre an kevlar components and is equipped with a 3-phase motor derived from the existing Cross, Enduro and Rally, mated to a 5-speed transmission already tested in the Merzouga Rally. After the warm welcome the off-road machines enjoyed, Tacita`s Pierpaolo Rigo knew it was time for a street bike, as well, so the Diabolika was born.

Diabolika arrives with a two-up seat which is also noticeably lower than what its sibling roll with, making it more accessible and reassuring for shorter riders, too. Aggressive, yet manageable, high-tech yet cheap to run, the new Tacita T-Race Diabolika is advertised as a nifty, environmentally friendly all-rounder which will be fun and rewarding both in the city and on countryside roads. Prices, specs and availability are expected to surface soon.

Via auto evolution {moto}

03/10/2014

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