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Matthew Birt  says:

Exclusive: Tech 3 unveil Moto2 contender

This is the first look at the Tech 3 Moto2 contender that will contest the new four-stroke world championship in 2010. The French team will release this picture of its prototype Moto2 bike in Australia tomorrow ahead of Sunday’s Phillip Island MotoGP clash. But not before MCN was given an exclusive first look at the new bike, which currently houses a standard...

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Jun 04

Posts: 110

nigeleaton says:

Needs some work!

Where to begin LOL, a chain & sprockets would be handy to if you want it to go anywhere. Are they intending to patent the stealth front discs design? Assume it's air cooled too?

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Sep 09

Posts: 712

I Am

Very interested in what Tech 3 will make .....

With yamaha and their reputation as the best frame makers in MotoGP, their perhaps "infomation-aided" Moto2 team would make for a very reputable team and bike in general.

Gotta be my hot pick of the season.

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Aug 02

Posts: 4

Timbo says:

Needs some work!

Needs some work!

The seat looks very uncomfortable, it's modelled on a rear shock!!!!!!!

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Jan 09

Posts: 960

RawDawg says:

worthless picture

If we are going to see a stripped down race bike at least show the swingarm adjustment point or the engine mounts or the adjustable yoke or the craftmanship of high quality welds or something! You can't see anyting from this view point! This photo distance is only good for completed bikes with fairings.

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May 08

Posts: 466

chris313nt says:


I can see their going to have aerodynamic probs, doing the distance with the small fuel tank & giving the rider 'cramp' probs with the seat...but apart from that it looks very light weight !! PMSL... I'd give the rides to - Mattia Pasini & Bradley Smith...cos to be honest, they're fighters...

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