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Vyrus, a motorcycle manufacturer based in Rimini, Italy, have revealed their latest product called the Alyen. The Alyen is radical looking and powerful at the same time because of a Ducati engine.
The Vyrus Alyen is a limited-run, high-end motorcycle unveiled by the brand. The motorcycle is expected to be priced around Rs 45 lakh. However, the price is not the most radical figure here, instead, that goes to the design of the motorcycle.
The Alyen features unique design, craftsmanship and materials used that makes this motorcycle stand out. The sculpted seat, the single-sided swingarm, the exposed engine, sleek-looking headlights and tail lights, make it a suitable bike for the Batman.
The fictional looking superbike also comes with an engine borrowed from Ducati. The Superquadro 1,285cc V-twin-engine produces a maximum power of 205bhp at 10,500rpm, and comes mated to a six-speed gearbox.
The Vyrus Alyen comes is built on double-beam magnesium chassis called as ‘Double Omega Design' by the company. All the body parts and the wheels are made from carbon fibre. With this the motorcycle becomes light and powerful, the two most important factors for makings of a superbike.
The superbike also features composite handguards with integrated turn signals and an exhaust system is borrowed from the Vyrus 982 M2 bike.
The Alyen features hub-centre steering, called as the Hydraulic Wired Steering System, instead of a conventional fork and t-stem setup. The hub-centre steering system separates the steering and suspension functions.
This helps the bike to become more agile through corners as it separates the braking forces and helping with the weight shift under braking. Ascanio Rodorigo, the project leader of Vyrus had developed this technology back in 2004 and was featured in Bimota Tesi 2D superbike.
The Braking duties on the Alyen are handled by Brembo GP4 series units at both ends. While the suspension setup includes the company's Vyrus push-rod twin-pivot system at both ends.
The brand has just unveiled the motorcycle globally. However, Vyrus is yet to reveal the price and the number of units that will be produced. We expect the Vyrus Alyen superbike to be produced in limited numbers by the company to maintain exclusivity.
Thoughts About The Vyrus Alyen Superbike
The Vyrus Alyen is a bedroom wall poster superbike, that features futuristic design, comes packed with power, uses new-age materials and technology. If there was ever a next Batman movie released, the filmmakers will not find it hard to choose the Vyrus Alyen as their next motorcycle for the character.