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2004 Sergio Robbiano Bimota DB5 Photo Gallery

Photos Of The 2004 Sergio Robbiano Bimota DB5 Article. Check Out The Sergio Robbiano Bimota DB5.

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The rear of the Bimota DB5 is not nearly as interesting without the exhaust cans.
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In August 2004 all the hard work was starting to pay off. A rolling chassis wrapped in the final edition of the fiberglass bodywork.
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Even without paint, or a seat for that matter, the Bimota DB5 was a work of art.
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Slowly but surely the prototype fiberglass bodywork began to give the DB5 its shape in August 2004.
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By the end of August 2004 the Bimota DB5 was nearing completion.
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Bimota DB5 triple clamps as they appeared in the virtual world.
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One of Robbiano's favorite components is the trellis-CNC aluminum plate hybrid swingarm.
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Sergio Robbiano's final design layout for the Bimota DB5.
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At the Robbiano Design studio the goal was to create a bike that looked as unique as the company that created it.
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The Bimota DB5 bodywork as it appeared in a CAD program at Robbiano Design studios in June 2004.
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The trellis frame of the Bimota DB5 and linkless rear suspension are a nice contrast to the CNC aluminum components.
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The Bimota DB5 rolling chassis looked sweet and was ready to be wrapped in the sharp bodywork by June 2004.
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The Bimota DB5 rolling chassis in June 2004.
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Building the Bimota DB5 was centered around the air-cooled Ducati Multistrada powerplant.
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Even in clay during April 2004 the Bimota DB5 looked good.
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Robbiano tucks in behind the DB5 windscreen.
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Sergio poses with the Bimota DB5 after modeling was comlpete in April 2004.
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Clay modeling was utilized in the development of the Bimota DB5.
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In February of 2004 the Robbiano Design Team pose with the Bimota DB5.
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December 2003 CAD drawings of the Bimota DB5.
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December 2003 CAD drawings of the Bimota DB5.
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November 2003 line drawings of the Bimota DB5.
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November 2003 line drawings of the Bimota DB5.
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November 2003 line drawings of the Bimota DB5.
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Sergio Robbiano invites you to follow the DB5 development with this chronological photo essay - October 2003 CAD images of the Bimota DB5.
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Massimo Tamburini's HB1 is the bike that helped put Bimota on the map.
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The Bimota DB5 represents the current state of the motorcycle in Bimota history.
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Even in virtual-o-rama the Bimota DB5 bodywork looks hi-tech.