Gallery of what we have designed
in ascending order of completion
Last model of 2 stroke GP bike in 2002.
New airbox in carbon fibre with improved airflow and more convenient access to carburetors.
Wind tunnel tests to evaluate aerodynamic and cooling options.
4 stroke MotoGP bike in 2003-2005 with made-in-house V5 engine and aluminium frame.
Carbon fibre airbox with rapid access to the throttle bodies and injection ramp.
Full prototype race bike with alternative solutions for suspensions and engine layout.
Alternative front end with smart trail adjusters.
Both chassis and engine are full prototype.
Randy Mamola tested all the moto2 in CEV for a magazine, and preferred the Inmotec.
Close up of the front details with adjsutable steering inserts.
French rider Lucas Mahias brought the carbon fibre frame Moto2 to Victory in 2011.
In aluminium and carbon fibre, to receive a Kawasaki engine. Rear geometry was adjustable to mount the rear suspension on the frame or in the swingarm.
Claudio Corti raced it at the Valencia MotoGP race in 2012.