December 3rd, 2015

Praem SP3

The recent success boom of the custom motorcycles has encouraged many to bring their dream creations to life. This radial new motorcycle comes from a French startup firm going by the name of Praëm who debuted their first motorcycle, the SP3 this week in Paris. Praëm is started by Sylvain Berneron, an ex-BMW Motorrad designer and Florent Berneron, a former aeronautical mechanic in the French army.

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According to Visordown, the motorcycle carries the underpinnings of a 2000 Honda VTR1000 SP1 with quite a few cycle parts exchanged with newer, better-performing ones. The unique bodywork is made in a combination of alloy while the fairing is made out of hundreds of thin aluminium wires joined together. The front fork units have been upgraded to Öhlins FGR units fitted with radial Brembo .484 calipers.

Praëm has drawings and plans ready for another six motorcycles which can be expected from the company in the coming year. According to the background photos on the company’s website, the new designs consist of  two new cafe racers, a board tracker, a Ducati scrambler (which appears to be almost ready) a custom V-twin along with two more machines.

Source: Visordown

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