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Brudeli 654L Leanster


Brudeli 654L Leanster

Brudeli 654L Leanster

Brudeli 654L Leanster

Brudeli 654L Leanster

Brudeli 654L Leanster

Brudeli 654L Leanster

Brudeli 654L Leanster

Year of specifications 2008
Engine 654.7 cc, single cylinder, 4-stroke
Transmission 6-speed, chain
Top speed 105 mph (170 km/h)
0-60 MPH -
Horsepower 63 hp @ 7,500 rpm
Weight 238 kg / 524 lbs
Seat height 860 mm / 33.8 inches

The 2008 Brudeli 654L Leanster is the production version of the Brudeli 625L prototype revealed in 2005. The 654L Leanster is a three-wheel tilting trike which uses the engine and transmission of a KTM 690 Supermoto.

The Brudeli 654L Leanster is best described as a cross between a motorcycle and an ATV-quad bike. It has the ability to lean into corners like a conventional motorbike, but also the stability of a quad bike. During cornering the footboards remain parallel to the ground, while the rest of the vehicle, including the two front wheels lean at an angle of up to 45 degrees. The tilting mechanism is entirely mechanical leaving the rider in complete control.

Having two front wheels also means the 654L Leanster can brake in a shorter distance than a comparable two-wheel motorcycle as there is an extra brake disk and another tire-to-ground contact patch.

The design of the Bradley 654L Leanster was created by Atle Stubberud from Soon Design. Atle said of the vehicle, "This really is a dream project for a transportation designer. Nearly like a student project where you could start with a completely open mind. I have been involved since the idea was first formulated in 2001."

“Making 100 metre controlled powerslides at the local dirt track oval (speedway) is a quite unbeatable feeling. Especially when this is a street-legal vehicle that you actually came cruising with to the track.” says Geir Brudeli, the inventor of the Leanster and manager of Brudeli Tech. “Then just a few minutes later you could be at a go-kart track without any change of setup, leaning 45 degrees into corners with a control superior to that of a normal motorcycle. The Leanster suspension is 100% mechanical and leaves the rider in control. It is built with the goal of boosting the motorcycle experience.”

When the Brudeli 654L Leanster goes on sale it will be fully street legal in Europe.


Features and specifications of the Brudeli 654L Leanster.

Frame: Steel tubular

Front suspension: WP-4014 (rebound adjustment standard, additional high/low speed compression adjustment is optional) 180mm travel.

Rear suspension: WP-Monoshock with Pro-Lever red. 210mm travel.

Front brake: Special designed ISR calliper. Special design inside-out brake
discs, 325 mm discs.

Rear brake: Wilwood single piston / combined mechanical floating calliper, brake disc 240 mm.

Wheels front/rear: 3.50 x17", Billet machined / Cast aluminium 5.00 x 17"

Tires front/rear: 120/70-17" / 160/60-17"



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