Here at The Culture Curators we’re all about anything fast. Today we get a look at a unique new motorcycle from the creative minds at BottPower. David Sanchez of BottPower has created the Bott XR-1 Motorcycle. This sleek and unique machine takes Harley v-twin engines and combines them with a sportbike aesthetic. The XR-1 is actually based off the Buell XB12 and it arrives as a complete bike or a kit. You can also pick up individual components, which is a nice feature.
BottPower’s XR-1 is track-tested, offering unique attention to detail and a custom approach. The ride features a TIG-welded backbone frame which is host to stock forks and swingarm. It’s high-torque 1203cc v-twin pushes 100 horsepower, plenty of power for such a small machine. The bike has also been outfitted with a flat tracker-style tank and rear fairing which are molded from carbon fiber. These two elements alone shave nearly 40 pounds from the bike’s stock weight. The kit comes with everything you need to transform your XB12 into a brand new machine.
Take a closer look at the Bott XR-1 Motorcycle in the image below and find out more from BottPower immediately. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more new rides and motorcycles coming very soon.
Photos via BottPower