It’s not just the name, this bike is really special. From Europe’s oldest bike manufacturer comes this beauty that debuted on 1967. It’s just in its third generation, but its slow and steady rise in popularity lets us know it will have more iterations soon.
It has a 744cc air-cooled V-Twin that puts out 55 horsepower and 60 Nm of torque. This is delivered to the rear via a driveshaft, instead of the usual chain or belt, making power more immediate with minimum or no lag at all.
Watch the video to see more of this in the metal or read our review here.