MotoGP » 'Caterham Bikes' launched in Milan


"Expanding our interests into the two-wheeled market is another natural progression for us" - Tony Fernandes.

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Dean Dean

November 06, 2013 4:47 PM

A few years ago, if a bike came complete with, you'd immediately ditch the Maxxi's, they're not so bad now but probably would still...but wait, I bet they're the only supplier so it's a case of tough luck !!
I really like this bike by the way, let's hope they have more than the 'odd model, here and there' to test :)

troy45

November 06, 2013 7:59 PM

Sadly none of these are fresh ideas from Caterham, they're simply re-badging products already designed by other companies - i.e. the brutus, and White SRO according to the report on visordown.

Montarp

November 06, 2013 10:12 PM

The Brutus was designed by Alessandro Tartarini, who hawked it out at last years EICMA motorcycle show. It's not a Caterham design, although that bike and their carbon e-bike design have a rather concerning close resemblance to Confederate Motorcycles!

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