Posted by Andrew on June 17, 2010

Category: General news, Motorcycle

Estonia is a little country in North East Europe, and it’s famous for its…well, nothing. A new company, Renard  Motorcycles tries to change that. The estonian engineers designed a composite monocoque chassis that houses the airbox, gas tank and oil reservoir. The engine comes from a Moto Guzzi V2, while the fairing is familiar from the Wraith concept. It looks like the company is actually to produce a handful of these in an attempt to raise investment. The eventual plan calls for production capped at 100 units a year, each retailing for €75,000. Exclusivity won’t be a problem.

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