TM Racing’s SMR 125 supermoto mannequin is getting a particular version which pays tribute to the official bikes utilized by the L30 Racing Team with liveries which can be similar to the bikes utilized by Marc Reiner Schmidt, Kevin Vandi, and Thomas Chareyre.
In addition to new electrical fashions, the two-stroke SMR 125 is getting a particular version subsequent month to pay tribute to the model’s efforts in racing.
The SMR 125 is powered by a two-stroke 125cc single-cylinder engine and the upcoming reproduction fashions will come fuel-injected from the manufacturing unit together with a few selection elements which can be tailor-made for supermoto racing.
As for the checklist of additives to the bike, there will likely be race-ready parts in addition to elements that add some further aptitude to the two-stroke supermoto machine equivalent to:
- Non-Slip Saddle
- Front Brake Master Reservoir Cap (product of blue anodized CNC aluminum)
- Clutch Master Cylinder Cap (product of blue anodized CNC aluminum)
- Rider footpegs (product of blue anodized CNC aluminum)
- Chain Adjusters (product of blue anodized CNC aluminum with Teflon safety pads)
- Rear Wheel Axle Locking Nut (product of blue anodized CNC aluminum)
All of the CNC-machined aluminum items are made by Geco Special elements, which is a long-time companion of the L30 Racing Team.
On high of these goodies, the bikes can even sport the identical liveries and numbers that TM Racing’s L30 riders use in competitions, even all the way down to the race quantity. The graphics package will likely be added onto the bike, and you may choose between S1 2021 World Champion Marc Reiner Schidt’s livery, multiple-time Italian S4 Champion Kevin Vandi’s livery, or eight-time world champion Thomas Chareyre’s livery.
The bikes will retail for €10,090 EUR or about $10,600 USD give or take. All of the special-edition fashions will likely be accessible to order, however the run will likely be restricted, although no official numbers have been reported based on our supply. The first batch of those bikes will likely be accessible beginning July 1, 2022.