Thursday, June 24, 2010

Orange Passion

When Cesare Sottocornola ordered his CR&S VUN he wanted it to reflect the passion he has for his classic 1971 BSA Rocket.

The BSA Rocket (and subsequent Triumph Trident) was perhaps the last British superbike of the classic era.

Cesare's VUN perfectly matches the color and style details of his BSA.


With its spoke wheels, polished alloy tank and minimalist sports styling, Cesare's VUN is a true modern interpretation of the classic British cafè racers of the 1960's and early '70s. Versatile and well traveled this VUN has toured Italy, Germany, the Isle of Man, Tunisia and Libya with fellow VUNIC members and will see many new adventures in the future.

BSA Rocket (1971)
Engine type Air-cooled, inline 3-cylinder
Displacement (cc)750cc
Special FeaturesAmal concentric big bore carburetors,
Carrillo con rods,
Koelliker race camshaft.
TypeQuaife 5-speed.
Front250mm Fontana drum

CR&S VUN (Orange Passion)
Engine type Water-cooled, Rotax single-cylinder
Displacement (cc)650cc
Special FeaturesCDR Racing radiators
FrontCeriani Racing

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