Hamann Soltador Cruiser, the Arch-Evil Roadster
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Aftermarket gurus Hamann wanted to create a truly stunning bike for the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, and that's how the Soltador was born. Hamann has manufactured the bike's frame and swingarm, air filter, exhaust and rims, and loaded a no-nonsense S&S power unit for a truly breathtaking experience aboard this machine.
And by "breathtaking" we're thinking about the 3.3 seconds the 1900cc Hamann Soltador Cruiser needs to go from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph). The 290 kg machine (640 lbs) provides 160 HP. It also comes with an airride suspension and handlebar-integrated forks for a stunning, solid look. Funny how Hamann just mention "sufficient" in the max speed field...
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On 30 April 2013 at 09:57 UTC, ICERIDE2012 I. said:
SOLTADOR is fake, and it has been published by a tiny bavarian bike shop already 2009 under the name "tribute to Porsche"!!! http://www.custom-wolf.de/?content=26&lang=1& Taking the credit from an Artist and presenting it as ones selfmade is just lame! SHAME on YOU HAMANN!!!
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