|Year of specifications
||32 hp @
6000 rpm (est)
/ 500 lbs
/ 33.8 inches
Brudeli 625L Leanster is a product of Norwegian company BrudeliTech.
The 3-wheel Brudeli 625L prototype is based on a KTM 625 SMC
Supermotard with many of the billet machined parts specifically
designed for the vehicle using 3D computer aided design.
Work started on the Brudeli 625L in 2001 When its inventor,
Geir Brudeli, finished his Master of Science degree and set
up his own company with the goal of producing a vehicle placed
somewhere between a car and a motorcycle. By February 2003
the first prototype was ready for testing. Based on Polaris
Trail Blazer ATV the initial testing concentrated on refining
the tilting mechanism - the defining feature of the Brudeli
625L, and therefore essential that it work effectively.
The second prototype (pictured) was shorter, the tilting angle
wider, and it featured a distinctive and attractive design
by Hareide Designmill.
Currently BrudeliTech is working on creating the first production
vehicles due for delivery in 2007. Intended for both on and
off-road use, BrudeliTech intends to get the 625L Leanster
approved for legal European road use, in fact it is already
road legal in Scandinavia.
The BrudeliTech Brudeli 625L features:
- Suspension by Ohlins
- Perimeter disk brakes by ISR
- Custom made Billet A-arms
- BrudeliTech website
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