The 'Alligator' motorcycle from America was launched in
2002 as a limited edition 'Grand Prix' Alligator with
the build number capped at 36.
The number 36 is significant as it was the number that
donned the Formula 1 Eagle which won the 1967 Belgian
Grand Prix at Spa, a first for an American built car and
driver/constructor team. And the Alligator motorcycle
is constructed at the same factory as the F1 car was.
The Alligator motorcycle's creator, Ex-racer Dan Gurney,
designed the bike to have an exceedingly low center of
gravity, a high level of riding confidence, and an aerodynamic
Powered by a single-cylinder 710cc Honda engine developing
around 70 horsepower, the Alligator has 0-60 mph time
of 3.1 seconds and a top speed of 140 mph.
The unique body work of the Alligator motorcycle is constructed
from carbon fibre and placed over a chromoly frame. The
fuel tank sits behind the engine under the single seat.
While the Alligator motorcycle might feature a few novel
ideas. The less said about its overall appearance the