BIMOTA'S SUPERCHARGED TESI H2 IS HEADING FOR SEPTEMBER PRODUCTION
POSTPONED FROM JUNE DUE TO THE PANDEMIC, ALL SYSTEMS ARE NOW GO FOR THE TESI H2...
Due to have been gracing the scene in June, the dazzling new Bimota Tesi H2 was delayed, like many things, by the advent of coronavirus which held up necessary parts and closed down production for a month during the worst of the outbreak. Now, with everything up and running again, it's hoped that the first 20 bikes will be ready in September.
The Bimota Tesi H2 first appeared at Eicma in 2019 when Kawasaki announced that they had bought a 49.9% stake in the company. The Tesi H2, is based on the Kawasaki Ninja H2 and shares the four cylinder claimed 227bhp engine. It is the first new Bimota since the BB3 Superbike in 2014.
Feted by Bimota as a great quality exclusive, the Tesi H2 has parts made from machined aluminium, carbon body parts, forged wheels and has an all new paint job making it slightly different from how it looked when it first appeared at Eicma.
The bike has undergone rigorous testing at the Autodromo dell'Umbria circuit in Magione, Italy and is almost ready to rumble so watch this space. Here it is in action on the race track.
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