Tuesday, March 8, 2011

American Touring Sportbikes to Unveil at Daytona Bike Week

Founded in 2008, Motus Motorcycles has developed the first V4-powered American sport touring motorcycles. The MST series motorcycles will be unveiled at 2pm Thursday, March 10th at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show at the Ocean Center during Daytona Bike Week.

The Motus MST's are sportbikes that were engineered for performance, comfort, and range.

The Motus MST series, including the MST and the premium MST-R, are powered by proprietary, direct injected KMV4 engines that combine low maintenance with high performance and a completely unique character. Here's the video release.

Motus is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama - the heart of the deep South- with Honda, Mercedes, Volkswagen and Toyota nearby. Also located conveniently is the Barber Motorsports Park which houses the world’s largest motorcycle museum and a spectacular race track.

"Special thanks to our team at Pratt & Miller Engineering as well as Pratt & Miller's Video Production crew," said Lee Conn, co-founder, president of Motus Motorcycles.

The Motus story is a pioneering American story that involves four friends coming together with the dream of creating a totally new motorcycle, designed and manufactured in the USA.
The faces of Motus Motorcycles: Brian Case, Steve Gorman, Sven Pipien and Lee Conn.
The MST series motorcycles and accessories will be sold internationally through a network of rider oriented dealterships and distributors.
For more information, email info@motusmotorcycles.com or find them on Facebook.