Bimota DB10 B.Motard

 

 

 

Make Model

Bimota BM10 B.Motard

Year

2012 - 13

Engine

Four stroke, twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder,

Capacity

1078 cc / 65.8 cub. in.

Bore x Stroke

98 x 71.5 mm

Compression Ratio

10.7:1

Cooling System

Air / oil cooled

Ignition

Digital CDI

Induction

Power electronic injection

Lubrication Wet sump
Starting Electric

Exhaust

2 in 1

Max Power

 73.1 kW / 98 hp @ 7500rpm

Max Torque

103 Nm / 13.4 kg-m / 76 lb/ft @ 8000 rpm

Clutch

Wet multiple plates, hydraulic system

Transmission 

6 Speed 

Final Drive Chain
Frame Tubular chrome molybdenum steel

Front Suspension

50 mm inverted front forks with 165mm travel

Rear Suspension

Preload adjustable monoshock with low speed extension and compression

Front Brakes

2x 320 mm discs, Brembo radial calipers with 4 pads separated

Rear Brakes

Single 220mm disc, 2 piston Brembo caliper

Front Tyre

120/70-17

Rear Tyre

180/55-17

Dimensions Length:   2080 mm  /  81.9 in
Width:       850 mm  /  33.5 in
Height:    1130 mm  /  44.5 in
Wheelbase 1460mm  /  57.5 in
Seat Height 850 mm  /  33.5 in

Dry weight

168 kg  /  370.4 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

13.5 Litres / 3.5 US gal

DB10 Bimotard. As the name suggests, it’s Bimota’s take on the Ducati Hypermotard, using the same Testastretta 1100cc L-twin engine found in the Hypermotard – but being a Bimota, it gets a hand-made tubular trellis frame, which extends down to an excellent-looking tubular-trellis swingarm.

The Bimotard features a 1078 cc, air-cooled, v-twin rated at 98 hp (at 7500 rpm).  In a package weighing a claimed 369 pounds dry, Bimota includes a frame that combines a steel trellis with machined aluminum pieces, and a massive Marzocchi 50 mm fork and an Extreme Tech shock, both fully adjustable.  The DB10 Bimotard also sports the current braking standard, i.e., radial-mounted, four piston Brembos in front squeezing 320 mm discs.