Italian motorbike company CR&S unveiled the visibly solid Cafedecursa cafe racer motorbike at the Milan Motorcycle Show.
This motorbike is powered by a large V-twin engine that is capable of pumping out as much as 96 horsepower at 5,100 revolutions per minute. This bike also offers a high degree of torque that is claimed to be around 117 pounds-feet. This setup allows the bike to zoom from zero to 80 miles per hour in only 7.4 seconds, on its way to a maximum speed of just over 200 km/h.
Cafe racers are known to hold fairly limited amounts of fuel -- in keeping with this, the Cafedecursa holds 14.5 liters. However, its fuel consumption is listed at a reasonable 13.8 kilometers per liter.
This motorbike is designed for customers who want a good balance between their performance and aesthetic priorities, seeing as how it compromises on neither.