Monday, April 07, 2008

MDM’s scrambler-style HP2 Megamoto


This is what the HP2 Megamoto would look like if the bike were being made by Italians!

Pics: Moto Caradisiac

This BMW HP2 Megamoto has been worked upon by Italian customisers, MDM. This rather outlandish looking bike has been fitted with a Marzocchi fork, fully-adjustable Öhlins shock, four-piston Brembo brakes, and 17-inch wire-spoke wheels shod with off-road rubber. The headlamps are twin optical diodes and the orange-and-white paintjob is as over the top as the rest of the machine. The result is supposed to be a scrambler-style motorcycle. We’d prefer the rather more understated original though…

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