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MotoCzysz E1pc D1g1tal Superbike

Third victory in a row for Michael Czysz' bikes in the Isle of Man TT, after a dramatic race in which Michael Rutter was led by 9 seconds by John McGuinness but finally managed to squeeze in the first position with an incredible 1.672 seconds.
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The MotoCzysz E1pc, dubbed the D1g1tal Superbike, received a lot of changes over the previous year model, with the more traditional suspension and the absence of the rather funny winglets. Being a true racing bike, the triple clamp comes with a tuning job which allows further refinement to the lateral flex.

While the forks themselves only move in the vertical, one-dimension plane, the lateral movement control is housed in this custom triple clamp, and Michael Czysz promises the technology will also be available as aftermarket, performance parts in the future.

Asphalt and Rubber got their hands on some amazing photos of the MotoCzysz E1pc bike, courtesy of photographer Richard Mushet and we're glad to share them with you. The E1pc looks really sharp and looks like a good match for the Mission RS.

 
 
 
 
 

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