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1986 Bimota DB1
1986 Bimota DB1, 5 miles AS New, Very rare-one of 400 First Ducati powered Bimota. This spectacular DB1 has 5 miles from new, these miles could be factory dyno or road test miles as the bike is new and in brand new condition. Everything is original and untouched, bike has always been in
2007 Bimota db 6 azzuro
1 of 24 ever made.very rare..this bike was made for italian world cup team that won the 2006 cup and the bikes were given to the players
2011 Bimota DB8 Oro Nero
Please look me up on nsxprime and other car forums as username supra2nv for reference. I am selling my DB8 oro Nero вЂњblack goldвЂќ. This bike has the carbon fiber frame and swing arm. It is new old stock. Odometer reads 5 kilometers which are delivery miles. This is truly a work of art and
The history of the Bimota company begins, paradoxically, with an accident. In 1972, Massimo Tamburini has an accident on his Honda motorcycle. With three broken ribs healed, the unlucky pilot set about designing a tubular steel frame to match the power of Japanese bikes. At the same time, the weight was reduced and the center of gravity became closer to the ground, which had a good effect on the handling of the motorcycle. This is how the first motorcycle Bimota (Bimota) appeared - HB1, where H stands for the Honda engine.
In addition to Tamburini, two other people stood at the origins of the company - Bianco and Morrie. The first letters of their names became the name of the foot motorcycle brand. Over the next few years, Bimota (Bimota) produces high-quality motorcycles for professional racing. Then came the Bimota SB1 - a very successful sport bike that was very popular.
In the late 70s, Bimota finally finds its place in the market - the company specializes in the production of high-performance sports bikes. An interesting solution was the sale of some models in the form of "assembly packages", which allowed each rider to customize the bike as precisely as possible.
In the 80s, the talented engineer Federico Martini, who had previously worked at Ducati, came to Bimota. The result was the use of Ducati engines in new models. Another important innovation is the development of the innovative "Scatolato" frame, which was used in the company's products throughout the 80s and 90s.
The 80s were marked by the release of a large number of successful models, but truly Bimota (Bimota) became famous thanks to two victories in the World Championship in 1980 and 1987.
The 90s were marked by an increase in sales and brand recognition - in 1995 Bimota (Bimota) produces about 1250 motorcycles a year, which is quite good for this segment. However, in the late 90s, the company was experiencing significant financial difficulties associated with an attempt to develop its own V-twin-cylinder engine.
After failures with the creation of its engine, Bimota (Bimota) returns to the previous scheme - a powerful engine of a Japanese or European motorcycle manufacturer, plus exclusive design and the highest quality.
After a long absence, Bimota triumphantly returned to the racing championship in 2003, after which the company again began to face financial difficulties. However, by now, the Bimota is once again firmly on its feet, delighting fans with exclusive, high-performance sports bikes.