There is a possibility that this project will look much different than it’s initial renderings, but it is enough to give us an idea of what’s cooking in BOTT’s kitchen. BOTT Power is a Spanish company dedicated to motorcycle design and technology, known mainly by their efforts to produce a Moto2 machine based on the CBR600RR engine. They also do a lot of CAD projects prior to producing the bike kits themselves, and this is one such project called BOTT XR-1.
The BOTT XR-1 is using Buell as a donor of various parts including wheels, suspension engine and swingarm. Styling of this beautiful bike is coming from US flat trackers and Harley XR 750 racers. We are sure that XR-1 will be a blast to drive. And why is that, you might ask? Well this bike is intended to weight around 170kg, while spinning some 170HP. The closest thing in terms of V-Twin fun would be Harley XR1200, with 85HP and 250kg! Geometrics is also more aggressive than the Harley, making it much more agile. The whole bike is wrapped around the central spine chassis design.
As this project is still ongoing – some more ideas on the styling will come our way in following weeks. BOTT is currently testing the waters with this one, and if it generates fair bit of interest, they will be making a full kit to turn your Buell in one lovely Flat Tracker. That would be awesome!