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A Slight Change to the Release Date Bimota’s KB4 is one of the best-looking motorcycles that has come out in recent years, and we can’t wait for it to debut. Not long ago, it came out that the bike would be released in March of 2021, but now new information shows that the release date …

20 Units for 2021 The retro-inspired Bimota KB4 motorcycle is finally set to debut for a very small production run come March of 2021. The sportbike should feature the same 1043cc inline-four found in the Kawasaki Ninja 1000xs and their other recent design, the $75,500 USD Bimota Tesi H2 (supercharged). The Euro 5 compliant engine …

Get Ready for It The Bimota Tesi H2 is now up for reservations. However, only 250 units are currently available for preorders. These bikes are available to only European buyers at this time. That said, the bike will become available to other markets at a later date. The price for this high-performance sportbike is €64,000 …

Testing the Tesi H2 Bimota recently told Motorcycle News that it would be putting the Tesi H2 into production in September of this year. That is very good news indeed if you want an exotic supercharged Italian sportbike, and let’s be honest, who doesn’t? The motorcycle will come in a couple of different colors, according …

Far From Finished, but Still Cool I reported not long ago about the KB4 retro sportbike that Bimota is working on. There have been renderings and then some blurry teasers. Well, now some spy shots have emerged thanks to the good folks at Motociclismo who appear to have gotten them from the Japanese publication Young …

Looking Good From These Photos Bimota’s KB4 was rumored and some renderings were shown recently. However, now Bimota has teased a couple of blurry images of the possible future retro-sportbike. You can’t see much from the images beyond the overall shape of the bike, but it definitely looks like the motorcycle will stick pretty close …

Retro Style, Modern Japanese Engineering Bimota and Kawasaki are working together. The rumor was that Kawasaki actually bought Bimota, but I’ve since learned Kawasaki owns 49 percent, according to Moto Station. All you really need to know is that Bimota will be using Kawasaki engineering to create unique, Italian-styled motorcycles. The Tesi H2 is one …

The Project Is Nearing Completion Bimota and Kawasaki showcased the wild Tesi H2, a supercharges sportbike designed to put to shame most other sportbikes on the road or the racetrack. The project wasn’t in its production form when it was shown off, but I knew it would inch that way. It’s a bonkers machine, and …

That Would be Insane The Tesi H2 from Bimota is being co-developed with Kawasaki. The bike broke cover at EIMCA. It’s a sharp-looking sportbike, and one of the most interesting of the show. Kawasaki is rumored to have bought Bimota, and this would be one of the first big projects that the brands have worked …

It Is Possible but Unknown It seems the rumor this morning is that Kawasaki bought Bimota. However, these rumors are as of yet unsubstantiated. According to MoreBikes, Kawasaki purchased Bimota from Swiss entrepreneurs Marco Chiancianesi and Daniele Longoni. MoreBikes isn’t the only publication reporting on these rumors, and that suggests there may be some validity …

UPDATE: New photos added below of the DB5 Bimota North America, Inc., the exclusive importer of the legendary Italian Bimota motorcycles to the USA, Canada, and Mexico, has announced the official U.S.A. launch of the award winning DB5 Mille. The introduction of the motorcycle was held in co-operation with Moto-Euro Magazine at the International Motorcycle …

Thank you to Sergio Robbiano of Robbiano Design for sending these photos and information on the stunning Bimota Delirio!   Sergio is the designer of the Delirio and the Bimota DB5 and many other wonderful projects. Sergio recently sent this note and a new batch of photos! “Hello Rick, We presented the Delirio to the international press (on …

Bimota North America, Inc., the exclusive importer of the legendary Italian Bimota motorcycles to the U.S.A., Canada, and Mexico, has announced the official U.S.A. launch of the incredible Tesi 3D. See below for new photos of a Bimoto Tesi 3D, taken atBattley Cycles in Gaithersburg, Maryland in October of 2011 during the Motus MST preview (report). 2008 …