You don’t need much power on a motorcycle to go fast as they weigh next to nothing but there are always people out there who want to push the limits. Kawasaki has a pretty amazing 1000cc super sport Ninja H2 and H2R which are both the world’s first production motorcycles with a supercharger and also happen to be the most powerful. If you don’t like the sporty look, then there is the interesting and unique looking Bienville Legacy Motorcycle.
The Bienville Legacy features a fuel-injected, water-cooled 1645cc Motus V4 engine which puts down 187 horsepower which happens to be more horsepower than most 1.6-liter V4 engines found in cars. Those numbers sound great but get even better as the company is offering an optional supercharger kit and a tuning package which allows the vehicle to produce an impressive 304 horsepower!
If the performance numbers don’t get your attention then perhaps the looks might do it. As someone who wants to own a motorcycle, I definitely can’t see myself riding this but it’s still quite nice to look at. It’s more of an artwork and a showpiece you would have up for display in your garage or play room.
This piece of art is essentially made out of carbon fiber with an emphasis on weight reduction. The motorcycle features carbon fiber wheels, four carbon fiber suspension arms, a single carbon composite leaf spring, and carbon composite blades which can adjust the suspension in a number of ways.
The Bienville Legacy is set to make its world debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed (June 25-28) and will also be taking part in the 1.8 kilometer hill climb.