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HPN Paris-Dakar 

The "undestructable" HPN for the rallye- and tour rider 

The HPN Paris-Dakar is a copy of the winning bike of Eddy Hau at the Marathon classement Paris-Dakar. It convinces by it’s performance, easyness to handle, optic and it’s extreme durability (double swing arm) under all conditions.

  • Displacement: 800 ccm / 980ccm / 1043 ccm

  • Power output: from 37 kW / 50 PS up to 51 kW / 72 PS

  • Max. speed: up to 180 km/h depending on the engine

   

HPN R 1100GS/RR

HPN Rallyesport 

The "long-distance" HPN for the adventurer 

With the reinforced BMW GS frame, the BMW R1100GS swingarm and the best accessories parts from Brembo, Marzocchi, White-Power Suspension, Acerbis and HPN we created a motorcycle with superb handling on- and offroad. Those have been tested and improved under racing conditions. Successful privateer participation at the Paris-Dakar 1997 and 1998 and the Master Rallye 1997 with the legendary rider Raymound Loizeaux (18 Paris-Dakar participant) show the durability of this motorcycle.

  • Displacement: 1043 ccm

  • Power output: ca 51 kW / 72 PS

  • Max. speed: ca. 180 km/h

HPN Rallyesport 2002

 

HPN Sport 

The "light" HPN for the sports rider 

With the reinforced BMW GS frame, the BMW R1100GS swingarm and the best accessory parts from Brembo, Marzocchi, WP Suspension, Acerbis and HPN we created a motorcycle with superb handling on- and offroad. These have been tested and improved under racing conditions. Victory in the 2-cylinder classes of the München-Breslau Rallye 1997, the Rallye Cup 1997, a lot of IGE arrangements and the ADAC Enduro Rallye trophy by the rider Ingo Zahn all showed the capabilities and performance of this motorcycle. The HPN "Sport" 1043ccm is without any compromise destined for racing, and is the reason why it has to be modified in some aspects for use on public roads.

  • Displacement: 1043 ccm
  • Power output: ca 51 kW / 72 PS
  • Max. speed: ca. 180 km/h

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