Stefan Bradl LCR Honda Replica for Sale

The Repsol replica livery of the Honda CBR1000RR surely looks cool and heads turn when such a bike shows up rolling down the street. Still, nothing beats the livery of a MotoGP bike, with all the stickers and the thrilling vibe. And since Lucio Cecchinello Racing knows this only too well, here’s an exclusive offer in the form of a replica of Stefan Bradl’s current LCR Honda.
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Stefan Bradl LCR Honda Replica: working headlightsStefan Bradl LCR Honda Replica: aggressive profileStefan Bradl LCR Honda Replica: MotoGP liveryStefan Bradl LCR Honda Replica: nice luxury seatStefan Bradl LCR Honda Replica: get them while they last
LCR Honda replica will be delivered with the same official livery Bradl’s actual MotoGP prototype shows in the 2014 championship, but will be a street-legal machine, with working headlights, mirrors, turn signals and license plate holder as stock trim.
A luxurious, embroidered seat and Arrow exhaust
Another cool, luxurious detail is the embroidered seat. MotoGP machines have a very Spartan seat which usually consists of a thin layer of specially-formulated foam which provides some degree of comfort to the rider during the race, practice session or test.

Since riders are aboard the MotoGP prototypes for a limited amount of time, the foam must only provide comfortable support for an hour or so. Even more, the reduced thickness of the saddle helps the rider tuck better behind the windshield and adds to the aerodynamics of the bike. Unlike on the track, the LCR Honda replica is delivered with a single Arrow exhaust silencer with a carbon endcap. The racing version has Arrow exhausts too, but they are a 4-into-2 array.

The 24-year-old German is 10th in the MotoGP world standing, after crashing in the last round at Phillip Island. He collided with Aleix Espargaro and crashed out of the race, causing the Spanish rider retire only hundreds of meters away from the incident, unable to continue with a severely damaged motorcycle.

Next year Bradl will join NGM Forward Racing and will switch over to Yamaha machinery, and this makes the LCR Honda replica really exclusivist, not-available-at-any-time-in-the-future piece of gear. No price was mentioned, but if you feel like buying this bike you should get in touch with Lucio Cecchinello’s team at [email protected]


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