began anew, featuring a BMW-powered model as its centerpiece, the Bimota BB3.
A superbike with a BMW S1000RR power plant, the Bimota BB3 failed to be the sales success that Bimota hoped for, with the company failing to fill the homologation requiremens
I am really excited to ride the Bimota BB3 there this year as I think it has the perfect package of power and "flickability" through the tight stuff.
Let the holiday season begin!
Still recovering from the failure that was the Bimota BB3, boutique brand Bimota as a couple of interesting for us at EICMA, as it tries to steer itself back
its Ducati engine roots, after the dismal success of the Bimota BB3 and its BMW S1000RR power plant.
We doubt the BB3's engine was to blame for the bike's failure, as the reception to the Bimota BB3's aesthetics was lukewarm at best...this coming from a
agreement with BMW to supply the terrific S1000RR engine, plus the rapid evolution of the BB3 Superbike project, only served to reinforce our good feelings.
The Bimota BB3 was allowed to enter the WSBK series in a sort of R&D agreement with sanctioning
The lads are campaigning BMW S1000RR- powered Bimota BB3s.
American Brandon Cretu will be competing on the Bimota BB3, a BMW S1000RR-powered bike we first saw at EICMA in 2013.
Speaking to Cretu at the beautifully
big four road races (North West 200, Isle of Man TT, Ulster Grand Prix, and Macau GP) on-board the Bimota BB3 superbike.
This is not the first time that Cretu and Wylie have raced together, having shared a pit while at
World Superbikes, impressing with podiums and front-row starts on the Supersport MV Agusta and strong EVO results on the Bimota BB3. He showed the kind of results he is capable of rocking up at Assen last year with an unproven bike
There are three bikes in total available: Badovini's factory WSBK-spec Bimota BB3 (€65,000), Badovini's EVO-spec Bimota BB3 (€45,000), and Iddon's EVO-spec Bimota BB3 (€45,000).
Owning a Bimota is a pretty rare treat in-of-itself, and certainly owning a