Vyrus Street and Superbike by Oberdan Bezzi

02/22/2010 @ 3:09 pm, by Jensen Beeler4 COMMENTS

For some, the aggressive lines of the Vyrus 987 C3 4V are bit too avant-garde for their delicate tastes, despite the bike’s impressive power package found nestled in its hub-center steering chassis design. Helping water down the Vyrus’ potent palette, Italian designer Oberdan Bezzi has put pen to paper to dream up a Vyrus Superbike, and what he calls the “Yellow Fever” street variant. We’re not too sure about the nomenclature, but the bikes look good. Check them both out after the jump.

Talking about his creations, Obiboi said the following (Google Translation):

Two new models for the small factory of Rimini. Both based on the latest developments in sophisticated C3 4V accentuate the features pistaiole.
Superbike, counts as its name suggests, the specific properties of the category, though for the moment would not be expected to participate in international competitions. But nothing prohibits holders of this jewel in the race to go in the championships that will accept these bikes. The second is a Street Legal, meaning that in theory would be homologated for road use, except that it could spread among the fans who spotted a terrible ….. …. ….. to VyrusYELLOW FEVER that among other symptoms shows all in the same yellow of this wonderful … “tool”!

Source: Oberdan Bezzi

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  • Johndo

    Wow. Now that’s one sexy bike. Although I think I prefer the original version, I’d take all three of them :)