Aaron Brown in Drive on what looks more like a mashup of Batmat’s Jatcycle and something the Flash would drive to pick up a girl (who could keep up with the Flash?).
Do you hate waking up every day to find that you are in fact still a living being on the planet Earth, complete with full use of all your limbs? Have you sat around for extended periods of time contemplating what a Maserati would be like as a motorcycle?
No, but I’m interested to see what Italians think of a performance bike.
The LM847 is a custom design built by Lazareth, the same company that build the Ferrari-powered quad that is capable of 155-miles-per-hour. Though specifics on the LM847 are limited, we know it has a Maserati V8 that pushes out 470-horsepower and 457 pound-feet of torque. The motor sends power to its two rear wheels using a twin-chain drive system and, when necessary, the bike comes to a halt by using its massive eight-piston Nissin calipers up front and four-piston Brembos in the back.
Good grief. Where would you ride such a beast?
Anywhere you want.