In 2014, a man named Vincenzo Mattia called Langen’s first version of the V-Twin a “a brutal GP racing engine delivering 95 bhp” (via Moto Live).
Later, Langen debuted the bike in September 2020 at the highly acclaimed Salon Privé Concours d’Elegance – to great success, we might add.
That same two-stroke technology is still present in today’s models – handsome luxury pieces that feature stunning amenities like 24-karat gold accents and carbon fiber body parts.
The engine remains front and center as Langen’s greatest achievement; with patented fuel injection and an ECU-controlled lubrication system, the handling is nothing less than what you need it to be – and now Langen is bringing their new units to Motorcycle Live tomorrow!
One of the Two-Stroke riders, a former Grand Prix (125cc World Championship) rider named Danny Webb, will be on hand to discuss how the bike handled under aggressive professional use.
In the end, everyone is sitting on the edge of their seat to see what Langen will bring to the table in the next 24 hours – and no one is better prepared for such an event than Christofer Ratcliffe, the founder and CEO. of Langen.
“The whole Langen team is delighted to hand over the first two bikes,” enthuses Ratcliffe (via VisorDown).
“Like all automotive companies, we have had our own component and supply chain issues and coupled with COVID-19, this moment has taken a long time to prepare; however, the best things come to those who wait and our first customers can’t wait to take a look at these bikes and reap the rewards of the hundreds of hours of work put into each machine – now they’re ready to be enjoyed.
Expect updates soon; in the meantime, stay tuned by dropping a comment below, and as always – stay safe on the twists.