Bienville Legacy racing to the Goodwood Festival of Speed
Painstakingly developed in the company’s New Orleans studios for the past three years, the JT Nessbitt-designed motorbike is finally ready to meet the public.autos Updated: May 28, 2015 16:01 IST
Painstakingly developed in the company’s New Orleans studios for the past three years, the JT Nessbitt-designed motorbike is finally ready to meet the public.
Already considered one of the finest modern examples of motorcycle design, the Legacy boasts features never before seen on a production two wheeler, such as carbon-composite blades that allow rake and rail adjustment.
Built from titanium, leather, mahogany and carbon fiber, the bike also boasts one of the most potent four-cylinder engines ever bestowed on a 'normal' bike -- a 300bhp, supercharged 1650cc unit built by US company Montus.
And rather than being part of a static display, when the Goodwood Festival of Speed gets under way on June 25, visitors wil get to see the Legacy take on the event’s iconic hill climb track.
First Published: May 28, 2015 10:57 IST