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7/15/2012

The “Brivido Motorcycle” is set up with Marzocchi’s products

Brivido (which is translated with “shiver” in english), by name and by nature.

Schermata 07-2456125 alle 1112_3.jpg Brivido (which is translated with “shiver” in english), by name and by nature. The new model, come out from the Bimota factory (but it would be better to call it “Atelier”), the DB9 Brivido, shows so many mechanical preciousness, that it awoke the enthusiasts’ admiration. The latest word made in Rimini draws attention to itself both for the powerful 1198 cm3 propulsor (derivation from Ducati) and for the precious components, which show the use of several carbon details and, above all, the employment of a Marzocchi’s fork with 43 mm inverted stems on the front wheel. The Brivido prefigures itself as a vehicle suitable for the crafty riding on bends – rich route, as a motorcycle which can send a shiver down to fans’ spine, not only to spectators, but also to them, who are so brave to take it to the limit. “Motociclismo” gives us a taste of Brivido’s potentiality in the video at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7ImXbtF8L0

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