See The New Motus Motorcycles In Daytona. Dealer Network And Prices To Be Unveiled.

Exactly one year ago in Daytona Motus Motorcycles revealed its fully functioning prototype motorcycles, rode them around town, announced 12 months of rigorous testing around the country and promised to announce the production specs, colors, pricing, accessories, availability, and an initial list of Authorized Motus Dealers during this edition of Bike Week. This time has arrived. Motus invites all of you to join them for one of the last, rare chances to view the MST and MST-R American Sportbike prototypes March 15-17, at Daytona Ducati Triumph BMW, located at the western foot of the Main Street Bridge, at 118 East Fairview Ave, Daytona Beach. You will get the specifications, availability, pricing, and options. Advance reservations will be accepted for fall 2012 delivery. Motus Motorcycles.

12 Responses to “See The New Motus Motorcycles In Daytona. Dealer Network And Prices To Be Unveiled.”

  1. 1 JB Mar 10th, 2012 at 1:55 pm

    The MST just moves me. Motus seems to be exactly what this country needs. I want one.

  2. 2 Laurence Zankowski Mar 10th, 2012 at 2:29 pm

    Motus folks,

    Are you going to be at the PIKES PEAK races July 2012?

    loved to see you run up the newly paved to the top challenge july 8th..


  3. 3 Rodent Mar 11th, 2012 at 6:16 am

    Should show at Quail Gathering, a world class show!

  4. 4 BlueStrada Mar 11th, 2012 at 9:17 am

    I have seen them up close and personal…. and the db from the fabulous V4 engine is incredible… Don’t miss a chance to check them out…
    Blue Strada

  5. 5 hk Mar 11th, 2012 at 12:00 pm

    i must be the odd man out because i think there is nothing remarkable about these bikes .I watched thier videos a while back ,checked thier site looked it over pretty good and it does nothing for me at all .A cut in half chevy 350 with no glory . They really need to stop showing vids of the rider of these bikes cranking on the throttle and the bike not going anywhere .The first one they posted a while back of a guy hammering the throttle made it seem like he was going uphill carrying a trailer …….nothing happend but a whole lot of snickering .

    “desert ,mountains …..and EVEN TEXAS ! ”

    sorry ,end of rant .

  6. 6 Top Cat Mar 11th, 2012 at 12:42 pm

    welcome to the party is what I have to say. The more the merrier. We have all watched Eric Buell and his efforts all of these years and have seen other efforts as well so it is not an easy road to go. I send no ill-will there way and hope they can find the capital to get it up and going. It seems so many people get bitter about anyone trying to build any “NEW” american bikes and I do not quite get that. Good Luck Motus…

  7. 7 T Davis Mar 11th, 2012 at 2:10 pm

    170hp/120 ft lbs, 500 pounds wet, hydraulic lifters (read:no maintenance), functional fairing, removable bags, multiple farkle ports (hopefully it has a good charging system), Ohlins/Brembo ……..what isn’t to LOVE? A modern bagger that can chug along the interstate and embarrass squids in the corners, too!

    the original pix were dull but when I saw and heard it at Barber, my opinion instantly changed. it is gorgeous, small, and just has…swagger

    all the best to Motus for innovating, risking, and delivering something waaaay needed in the US motorcycle world.

  8. 8 Ray Mar 11th, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    As always, whatever qualities may have this bike, aesthetically it’s very American. It means very poor design. No appeal to me. I want to ride something which ALSO beautiful to look at.

  9. 9 Mark Mar 11th, 2012 at 5:25 pm

    I like there philosophy of building a functional sport touring bike without one upping everyone with 180 hp and 180 mph top end. If it is an excellent sport tourer made in America, they are the only one of their kind.

  10. 10 Luis Mar 12th, 2012 at 2:37 pm

    Saw and sat on these at motoGP race at laguna seca. Very cool, I’d rather get this than that multistrada I’ve been looking at.

  11. 11 Jack Mar 13th, 2012 at 1:57 pm

    hk….if you know anything about Texas you should know that deserts, mountains, forest, flat lands, hill country, excellent highways, and crazy curvy roads all exist there. It’s also a long way across the Lone Star State. Your perception of speed is really interesting and your rude remarks about the bike are just that…rude. Invest your time and finances in something you believe will be an excellent motorcycle. Build it. Try to market it. Maybe then you will sing a little different song.

  12. 12 Waldo Mar 16th, 2012 at 10:08 pm

    Starting at over thirty, they’re only about ten grand overpriced.

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