Straight out of the Czech Republic, the FGR Midalu is anything but a sombre looking cruiser, especially with those red accents sitting atop that humongous looking V-engine, with oh about 2,500cc worth of air-fuel mixture heading into all 6 cylinders and producing 240bhp. Yeap! Heaven just got further away with thoughts of what we’d like to do with this bike on the open roads.

Carbon fibre’s been slapped on all over to keep its heft down, but FGR still claims that this bike weighs a paltry 272kg. Good luck to those that need to make a U-turn in tight spots though.

FGR apparently got rid of the idea of slapping on a faring and left it with a naked look that exposes rather evil looking V6 and plenty of raw aluminum. Combined with a short tail and a vertical, six-pipe exhaust treatment, the Midalu looks to redefine evil itself.

Rest assured, this bike will be short in supply, because FGR is only looking to produce six units in the first year, So expect the listed price to be in beyond imagination if it ever comes our way.



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