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Flying 1800 Sbay Motor

We can not get enough of this bike. Build by Sbay Motor’s, their model Flying is a mechanical work of art. With speed and agility in mind, Sbay Motors created dream machine using only the best quality parts in the world. Tested at the Circuit de Jerez, the Flying offers the rider feelings of brutal acceleration, powerful brakes and an absolutely wild behavior coming from it’s V-Twin.

But beware, Flying is not a bike for beginners. If you know what you’re doing – it will award you with a flawless performance and fast laps. But if you are not careful – it will show you it’s teeth and all it’s brutish power coming from 1840cc Rev-Tech Evolution engine :)

Weighing in 211kg, this bike is all about power to weight ratio. The design is a slave functionality – yet the bike will leave you breathless when you look at it. It takes more than 100 hours for aluminum alloy 6061T6 chassis to be made. TIG welded chassis is extremely rigid without welding stresses and low weight.

Flying Sbay

Sbay manufactured by Motor Co. Made entirely in aluminum alloy 6061 T6. The top tube is the oil tank. Maximum capacity: 3.2 L.

110ci Rev-Tech Evolution (1840cc) with 45 Mikuni carburetor, air filter Forcewinder.

Wheelbase: 1565mm.
Steering angle: 24.5.
Seat height: 850mm.

Made of aluminum 7075 with accommodation for Gearbox shaft bearing, 41mm BDL belt drive.

Fork: Ohlins upside fully adjustable.
Rear Shock: Ohlins monoshock.

Weight: 211 kg.

Rev-Tech six-speed.

Continental Race Attack. Front 120/70 17 Rear 190/50 17.

Galfer Wave 320mm floating disc.
Brembo radial four-piston.
Galfer Wave disc 220mm with twin-piston Brembo caliper.

Galfer stainless steel brake and clutch

Source: SBay

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