Today we present an unknown motorcycle, which in a relatively small package provides a powerful engine and good maneuverability. It is about Midalu model from the Czech company FGR, whose roots date back to the seventies, when it called PERT producing machines of 125 and 250 cc. In the 90s, the tradition has been continued under the FGR badge (mostly racing bikes) and now the company made a huge leap over to big-displacement engines.
Midalu is very much different from what we were accustomed from the company’s history. New model is powered by no less than 2.5-liter V6 engine that develops 240 hp and 160 Nm of twist.
The massive unit is located in the trellis frame, while for most of the bodywork is generously used carbon fiber. Motorcycle weighs 262 kg (577 lb). Such a weight requires a serious components, and this model doesn’t lack. There is a fully adjustable Ohlins USD fork, also a fully adjustable central Ohlins shock at the back and Brembo brakes..
Midalu 2500 V6 prototype was designed by Stanislav Hanus and premiered five years ago, and was originally planned to produce only 6 copies. The production model was unveiled at this year’s INTERMOT show in Cologne, but it is not known how many will be made.