Bike Of The Day: Bol D’Or By Walt Siegl Motorcycles
The WSM Bol D’Or is a unique motorcycle crafted by Walt Seigl Motorcycles, located in Harrisville, New Hampshire. It was built using the chassis and mechanical components derived from an MV Agusta Brutale 800. This stunning bike features custom carbon-fiber bodywork finished in a striking combination of red and silver.
Powering the WSM Bol D’Or is a robust 798cc DOHC triple engine, which is mated to a six-speed transmission for seamless gear shifts. The motorcycle boasts a steel trellis frame for exceptional rigidity and stability. Enhancing its aerodynamics, the bike incorporates a half-fairing with an integrated Gustafsson windscreen.
The WSM Bol D’Or rides on lightweight BST carbon-fiber 17″ wheels, ensuring excellent performance and handling. It is equipped with an adjustable Marzocchi fork and a Sachs monoshock, providing a smooth and controlled ride. To ensure exceptional braking power, the motorcycle features triple Brembo disc brakes.
Furthermore, the WSM Bol D’Or is fitted with a titanium exhaust system, accompanied by a carbon-fiber SC Project muffler, delivering a unique and exhilarating exhaust note. The bike also includes clip-on handlebars and adjustable rearsets, allowing riders to find their preferred riding position. A sleek black solo seat adds a touch of elegance, complemented by carbon-fiber trim throughout the motorcycle.
In terms of technology, the WSM Bol D’Or offers a range of adjustable electronics for enhanced performance and safety. These include traction control, selectable engine maps, and anti-lock brakes, providing riders with customizable settings to suit their preferences and riding conditions.