Danuvia_motorcycles_logo.jpgEnterprising businessmen in Hungary have launched a new motorcycle brand with a classic name — Danuvia. A major player in their domestic market in the 1950s, Danuvia died off with its parent company Csepel, late in the decade. The new company riffs the firm’s historic off-road racing success with a road-legal flat tracker called the SupeRetro and a supermoto called Nova. Both use a 510cc Sherco single, high-specification components like Öhlins suspension and Brembo radials and weigh in at about 110kg.
>Danuvia_Superetro.jpgWe’re seriously impressed with the apparent build quality and style of
both bikes, but the SupeRetro in particular exudes the right mix of
retro influence, but up-to-date design that we’d like to see from more
(or any) factory flat track bikes.

Danuvia_nova_supermoto.jpgDanuvia via TotalBike.hu  Thanks for the tip, Árpád.

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