For true motorcycle enthusiasts, very few bikes will compare to this one… It’s called the “Molot”, and is based off a 2013 Honda CBR 1000RR superbike.
But don’t let the fact that it’s based off a Honda fool you. The Molot is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Manufactured by a Russian motorcycle company by the name of Chak Motors, the Molot is the kind of bike you’d expect to see Tom Cruise riding in ‘Mission: Impossible 5’.
When you look at the detail in the design you realize the Molot is a prime example of what custom superbikes should be. Super-light, super-fast and drop-dead-gorgeous the Molot is powered by a 1000cc Honda CBR engine (and has the price-tag to match).
Made entirely out of carbon fiber, the Molot displays superb balance and handling. Fitted with top-to-bottom LED lights it boasts a Predictive Emergency Braking System (PEBS) which helps braking in milliseconds without destabilizing the bike at high speeds.
According to Chak Motors, thanks to the state-of-the-art braking system the Molot is among the safest bikes in the world. As if that wasn’t enough, the Siberian tiger is also fitted with a Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS), Gyroscopes to detect abnormal vibrations and reduce them, HD cameras to help distinguish road conditions and an on-board USB port in the rear cowl to help charge your phone while you’re on the move.
All 2015 Molots will be hand-made so as to allow for better attention to detail and to ensure each bike is manufactured per the exact specifications of the client. Priced at an eye-watering $75,000 delivery of the superbikes is expected to begin sometime late 2014.