|11-13-2014, 08:34 AM||#1|
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Joined: Jun 2005
Location: 9157 ft Dillon CO
The new Vertigo
Thanks Mario Candellone!
VERTIGO COMBAT CAUGHT ON FILM - 13 NOVEMBER 2014
Following the huge success of the World launch of their all new Combat Trial model at EICMA exhibition in Milan, Italy last week, Vertigo Motors are now pleased to share footage of the PR5 prototype version of this machine in action earlier this year.
The short film shows 12 times FIM Trial World Champion Dougie Lampkin, who has played an important part in the design and development of the Vertigo Combat, putting the new bike through its paces alongside team rider Francesc Moret.
Vertigo Sports Team Manager and brand ambassador Lampkin commented. "Following on from everyone seeing the static bike in the flesh last week in Milan for the first time, we thought it was also important to share just how advanced the bike is in terms of its overall development and performance."
Dougie closed by saying. "The overall package is very strong, and something that feels very good to ride. We have some final refinements to make, but in the right hands the bike already has the potential to be a real winner. As you will see in the film, the engine, suspension and frame set up make for easy riding for all ability levels."
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|11-13-2014, 09:29 AM||#2|
Joined: Oct 2011
The old thread.
Relentless hard on to remove the all day dab.
|11-23-2014, 08:47 AM||#3|
Motoing for 43 years
Joined: Mar 2013
Location: Wichita Mountains SW Oklahoma
Nice video and promo. Beautiful spot.
Now I want to know what is really different in the details Even the Ossa, which is the most different thing to come out in a long while, is different only in some details.
I know. Ultimately what matters is how it feels, performs, and holds up.
|11-23-2014, 10:04 AM||#4|
Joined: Jun 2009
Location: the hills
After downloading the brochure it appears like it'll cost way more than I can afford. And too much complication with the electronic controls for my taste. I don't mind he sophistication on a street bike but am leery off road.
Now that I've said that were a winning lotto ticket in my possession I'd probably buy one.
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