FGR Midalu 2500cc V6 Naked Unveiled

240hp motorcycle to enter production in 2012

By Motorcycle.Com Staff, Jan. 17, 2011
Czech racing team Moto FGR has unveiled what may be the world’s most powerful production motorcycle.

The FGR Midalu is naked motorcycle powered by a 2442cc 90 degreeV6 engine claiming 240hp and over 147 ft-lb. FGR claims a weight of 595 pounds and rates fuel economy at about 30 mpg.

FGR is a Czech race team that made its 125cc World Championship debut in 2010 with racer Ladislav Chmelik riding a Honda in a wild card entry at the Czech Republic Grand Prix. The Midalu project has been in the works for six years and was partially funded by the Czech Republic’s Ministry of Industry.

FGR Midalu V6

Designed by Stanislav Hanus, the Midalu uses a tubular frame while the seat unit and fuel tank are carbon fiber.

The Midalu will undergo testing through 2011 with FGR planning to produce six models for sale in 2012.

FGR Midalu

For more pictures, visit our FGR Midalu Gallery.