The Florentine brand Segoni is a historical name for the Italian motorcycling, which is 70s fasteners strong Japanese aggregates with a specific motorcycle frame. Their first motorcycle was Segoni K900 from 1975, with the engine from Kawasaki Z900, in that honor now presents Segoni Special G800 Oro.
The Segoni Special G800 Oro powered by Kawasaki Z800 engine, liquid-cooled, 4 stroke, displacement of 806cc, which delivers 113 hp (83 kW) at 10,200 rpm and a maximum torque of 83 Nm at 8,000 rpm.
Frame is made of tubular pipes with central supporting structure and chrome molybdenum steel, coated in 24 kt gold with aluminum swing arm. Front suspension is inverted fork with rebound damping and spring preload adjustability and rear suspensions with steel body, compensation chamber and pressurized aluminum, damping and spring preload adjustability. Forged ionized aluminum OZ rims wrapped in tire dimensions (180 / 17-120 / 17). Front brake with double 320 mm floating discs and Brembo M4 four-piston calipers and rear brake with single 240 mm floating disc and Brembo M4 two-piston calipers.
Segoni Special G800 Oro has a weight of 170 kg, fuel tank capacity of 12 liters, wheelbase is 1336mm and the high seat of 720mm.
The most obvious is the special one-piece design fuel tank and tail motorcycle made of carbon, which complements the overall retro look of the bike. Segoni Special G800 Oro will be produced in only 20 copies and will cost around 60,000 euros.