Honda displays many customized motorcycle works at Glemseck 101 in Germany
This weekend, six custom car works are displayed on the Glemseck 101 event in Germany.
Glemseck is almost synonymous with German racing. The name comes from a famous German two-and four-wheeler in the 1960s. This year is the thirteenth year of the event, held in Leonberg, Germany. It is an open event. Visitors can enter the event free of charge. Any brand and custom car manufacturer can take part in the event in its designated area.
Among Honda's exhibits, one by British racing division Honda Racing designed for the Sprint International Sprint Racing is more fresh. The work is based on Honda CB1000R and is modified with Ohlins Olympus suspension system from CBR1000RR SP, Brembo Bebo brake, Akrapovic scorpion special exhaust system, special aluminum alloy extended rear single rocker arm, Rizoma metal components, Honda traditional red, white, blue and lined with "earth" The appearance design of "Hao Jin". The car will be driven by five-time WGP 500 world champion and legendary Australian driver Mick Doohan to take part in the 1/8 mile (200 meters) Sprint International sprint competition held during the Glemseck 101 event.