Another motorcycle design has come rolling out of BMW’s doors, but this one is for one specific purpose: stunt riding.
With a balance between aggressiveness and control, the Concept Stunt G 310 motorcycle has hit that perfect sweet spot of being compact and agile with enough power to easily strike any pose. As a press release issued today by the German auto manufacturer describes, four-time World and European stunt riding champion Chris Pfeiffer assisted in its development, lending his expertise in the field to their program.
“Stunt riding is a demanding and multi-faceted sport. Ideally you need a compact, agile bike which is also stable and robust at the same time,” said Pfeiffer in the release.
Based on a single-cylinder study, the G 310 concept features quite a few modifications specific to stunt bikes, including a lockable throttle for constant propulsion and two rear wheel brakes. The larger rear brake is activated using a brake lever on the left handlebar, in a location that allows it to be used at the same time as the clutch.
But what stands out most is the bike’s bright appearance. Classic white acts as the base color, while the red and blue of BMW‘s M division play around the exterior with the green and yellow of Brazil’s flag, since the bike was unveiled in Brazil at South America’s largest motorcycle show. Check out the photos of this agile new motorcycle in the gallery below, and find yourself a four-wheeled BMW from our exclusive listings.