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Vyrus is based in Coriano, Italy. It is a small motorcycle manufacturer that initially combined forces with Bimota on the latter’s transformative Tesi motorcycle. Tesi (Thesis in Italian) derived its name from a university engineering project that was linked to Massimo Tamburini. The Tesi design was unique because it employed a Hub-center steering front suspension. Vyrus left Bimota under circumstances that have thus far remained unclear and concluded the first leg of Tesi’s evolution. The company marketed the motorcycle under the Vyrus brand.
Vyrus motorcycles were considered exclusivist although some people expressed opinion to the effect that they were no different from the Hondas or Yamahas or even Ducati models. Nevertheless, Vyrus earns the exclusivity because it worked with Bimota, a company that manufactured the most famous motorcycles in the world.
Vyrus builds its machines to order and customizes them to the client’s specifications. Consequently, you will not find two identical Vyrus motorcycles. This also makes them quite pricey seeing as they use high-quality parts. In addition, the company employs the best talents many of them sourced from the best brands such as Ducati, Yamaha as well as Bimota.
The company has four models in the market which include the 984 C3 2V with a Ducati-sourced engine; 985 C3 4V also featuring an engine from Ducati; 987 C3 4V; and 987 C3 4VV, both with Ducati-sourced engines. The 984 C3 V2 comes with a plethora of advanced features such as the desmodromic valve control and the frame type which is described as double omega. The 985 C3 V4 comes with a programmable ignition and an electric starter system. It is capable of hitting 280 km/h with its engine which is built to develop 150 horsepower.
In 2011, Vyrus created a new motorcycle around the series Spec Honda CBR600RR engine based on the engine used in the new Moto2 category. The company offered three versions: a model that was suited to the race tracks, a street bike and kit without engine. These machines were priced at $90,000, $40,000 and $27,000 respectively. Sadly, this venture was not well received and the company sold the prototypes off in 2012.
The company wishes to retain its exclusivity. This ensures that the quality of the product does not diminish and the design remains top-notch in order to compete favorably with the best brands.
Supported VIN CHECK FOR VYRUS Models
|VYRUS||984 C3 2V||2003 - present||1|
|VYRUS||986 M2||2011 - present||1|
|VYRUS||985 C3 4V||2006 - present||1|
|VYRUS||987 C3 4V||2009 - present||1|
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